EVRY has a flexible delivery model and is represented in over 20 Norwegian towns and cities. The company focuses on selected industries such as the public sector, the healthcare sector, insurance, telecoms and logistics, manufacturing companies, the energy industry, and trading companies. With a customer-centric approach in combination with extensive experience and a high level of expertise, EVRY achieves significant digital gains for its customers. EVRY modernises business processes and makes IT operations more efficient, and is the force behind a whole range of innovations that are shaping and developing Norwegian society every day.
In each industry EVRY is a full-service provider of IT services throughout the whole value chain, from infrastructure and operations services to business process systems, applications, consulting services, collaboration solutions and innovation support. EVRY has dedicated and highly-trained employees with in-depth technical insight and industry expertise. Over the last year EVRY has further strengthened its focus on consultancy services, particularly in digitalisation. It is no longer correct to label EVRY Norway as an operating services company; it now derives 40% of its revenue in Norway from infrastructure services.
“We have built up a unique position in the Norwegian market, and we further strengthened our position in 2016. Our strengthened service offering and greater delivery capabilities provide fertile ground for growth and further development.”
The digital shift
Digitalisation is high on the agenda in the public sector, and EVRY is contributing to this with innovative services that automate and increase the efficiency of the sector. EVRY is helping most of Norway’s municipalities and county authorities to improve their service offering and to automate and simplify how they communicate with the local population, as well as with standardising and increasing the efficiency of their existing solutions. EVRY’s new solution that automates building applications is an example of this. This solution simplifies the process for residents, saves time for case managers and ensures everyone receives the same treatment – regardless of where they live. The solution’s value to society is enhanced by the fact that it is available to all municipalities, bringing public sector collaboration opportunities. It is also an example of how EVRY wishes to contribute to the digitalisation of the public sector for the benefit of Norway, its municipalities and, not least, its population. This is how EVRY is helping to turn digitalisation into a genuine digital advantage for Norway.
Renewed confidence in all segments
In the SMB segment, EVRY delivers complete and cost-efficient solutions through its extensive local presence. The company has dedicated teams that know the opportunities and challenges facing local businesses. In addition, EVRY has a unique partner network that ensures its customers have access to leading technology and specialist expertise and the flexibility to choose the best solution for their organisation.
EVRY’s reorganisation is delivering results; it is now a more proactive and relevant company, and it has entered into a range of new agreements. In 2016, agreements were signed with customers including Aibel, Nye Veier, Storebrand, the Central Norway Regional Health Authority, the Norwegian Government Agency for Financial Management, Telenor, Wilhelmsen IT Services, Norway Post, Frende forsikring, Digitale Vest-Agder (an IT collaboration), the municipality of Fredrikstad, the Norwegian Courts Administration and Nordpool.
Two acquisitions were also made that further strengthen EVRY’s position in the Norwegian market: IT Nor, which strengthens the position of the company’s ERP team as a market leader, and Gecko Informasjonssystemer, which is part of EVRY’s strategy to be the leading supplier of core systems (case management) to the public sector.
EVRY is well-positioned for organic growth. Forecasts by the market intelligence company IDC indicate that the market for IT services in Norway will grow by 1.9% annually, taking it from NOK 32.8 billion in 2016 to NOK 35.2 billion in 2020.
EVRY Norway has 2,361 employees with in-depth insight into the opportunities and challenges that characterise the Norwegian market. Thanks to its strong delivery capabilities and dedicated teams with extensive experience from large and complex projects, EVRY Norway is an attractive collaboration partner to customers in all the company’s focus industries.
Focus areas in the Norwegian market:
- Manufacturing industry
- Oil and gas
- Retailing and logistics
- Local government
- National government