More than 600 companies use Intility as their primary IT platform
Flytoget, the airport express train to and from Oslo Airport Gardermoen, provides fast and convenient transportation to Norway’s main airport. Their corporate office is in Oslo and every year approx. seven mill. people travel with the airport express, which makes up almost 20% of the total train passengers in the Greater Oslo area. In 2015, the company had a customer satisfaction level of 96.7%, as well as an average travel punctuality of 96.6%, and they are continuously rated high by organizations such as Great Place to Work and Norsk Kundebarometer (Norwegian Customer Satisfaction Survey).
Flytoget has utilized Intility since 2013 and has been working actively to reap the benefits of the Managed Cloud service. By focusing on digitalization and a more efficient use of IT in their core business, they have managed to increase both productivity and competitiveness, which has positively influenced both operations and customer satisfaction.
Scatec Solar (OSE: SSO) is a Norwegian solar power company that produces solar energy all over the world. The company’s ultimate goal is to make solar a sustainable and affordable source of energy for the world’s population. In 2015, the company produced more than 460 GWh of electricity, which is equivalent to the yearly energy consumption of over 170 000 households. Scatec Solar is expected to double the production capacity of their solar plants by 2018, providing an estimated installed capacity of almost 1 600 MW.
Scatec Solar’s global IT environment has been running on the Intility Managed Cloud since 2013. Their constant focus on digitalization and better use of IT has helped the company improve their productivity and competitiveness. Especially the use of reporting and data analysis has been an important contributor to more efficient operations of their solar plants.
BDO offers professional services within auditing, taxation, accounting and financial advisory. BDOs customers range from large enterprises to small family owned business. The company is part of an international network with presence in over 150 countries and with over 60 000 employees worldwide.
Digitalisation and the effective use of IT are essential elements in developing BDO's future business. Amongst other things, they currently operate one of the largest Visma installations in Norway.
BDO selected Intility as its primary IT platform in 2005. At the time, the company consisted of 280 employees at approximately 20 locations in Norway. Since then the company has developed into one of Norway's leading financial services companies. They employ more than 1350 people at more than 60 locations throughout the country.
Entra is one of the Norway’s leading real estate companies. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and owns upwards of 1.2 million square meters of property. Entra employs around 225 employees, is headquartered in Oslo and is divided into 4 regions: Oslo city center, greater Oslo, Southern and Western Norway and Mid-Norway.
Entra's subsidiaries and other partly owned companies include Papirbredden Eiendom AS, Hinna Park Eiendom AS, Oslo S Utvikling AS and Entra OPF Utvikling AS.
Entra's entire IT platform runs on Intility. This is also true of the growing IT environments at every building owned and managed by the company.
Ruter AS is a publicly-owned company responsible for the public transportation system in the greater Oslo area, the fastest growing capital city in Europe. The company is responsible for over half of all yearly public transportations in Norway.
Ruter AS had almost 320 million registered passengers entering its vehicles in 2014 and there are almost one million people traveling on Ruter's vehicles on any given day. The electronic ticket system took in more than 3.1 billion kroner in 2014, and kept passengers up to date on nearly 4 million departures through their real-time information systems.
DNO ASA is an independent international oil & gas company headquartered in Oslo and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The company was established in 1971 and have operations in Yemen, Kurdistan, Dubai, Oman and Ras Al-Khaimah.
The DARK Group is one of the biggest architecture firms in Norway. It currently consists of seven companies that offer a wide range of services within design, architecture, visualization and workspace development.
Aspelin Ramm is one of the biggest urban property developers in Norway.
The Norwegian Labour Party is the largest political party in Norway after the 2013 elections and led by Jonas Gahr Støre.
Norwegian Property (NPRO) is a commercial real estate company listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Their business activities include development, administration, daily operation and maintenance of key properties in Oslo and Stavanger.
Tekna (Technical & Natural Sciences Organisation) is Norway’s largest academic union and the labour organisation for engineers and IT professionals. Tekna has over 69 000 members with Masters degrees or higher.
Sunkost is Norway's leading health food chain with over 130 stores all over the country.
Canica is a privately owned investment firm focused on active long-term ownership, mainly in sectors such as manufacturing, consumer goods, trade and real estate. Canica was established in Oslo in 1985 by Stein Erik Hagen.
Ferncliff TIH AS is an investment company with three primary focus areas: direct investment, properties and financial investments. The company was founded and is owned by Øystein Stray Spetalen.
The Norwegian Railway Authority exercises control and supervision over all railway activities in Norway, including city trams and the underground metro. The inspectorate is subject to the Ministry of Transport and Communication.
The Norwegian Bar Association is the attorneys’ special interest organisation in Norway.