Published / 25/09/2015
On 15th September 2015 Sopra Steria, Norway hosted an exclusive breakfast briefing at the top floor of Radisson SAS, Oslo in partnership with NJW Limited. Sopra Steria is a leading European supplier of IT services with a strong presence in UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Scandinavia markets. We are working in partnership to provide clients with software-supported consultancy and Business Analytics solutions in the Nordic Markets.
The location of the briefing was overlooking the entire city and Olso’s business district, with curious attendance from the Norwegian Government and leading FM and Property companies operating across Scandinavia.
A range of thought provoking presentations were delivered around the much discussed and in need of addressing topic of Digitisation and Smart Buildings, with an exclusive presentation from one of the UK’s largest property owners, Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and how they replaced 100+ legacy systems with one Information Management System to revolutionise how the DIO manages the UK Ministry of Defence Estate. The impressive return-on-investment and step-by-step journey presented by the CIO raised interesting questions of concern relating to ambitious projects and how these were overcome.
Nigel Warrick, CEO, of NJW Limited delivered a presentation ‘Age of Analytics’ and how to translate BIG DATA into meaningful analytics to make strategic and informed decisions.
“NJW’s proprietary Analytics and reporting solution FOCAL365 is now becoming a must have for Property and Facilities Executives in large or medium corporations. There is nothing more satisfying than leveraging a clients or Service Providers BIG DATA into Top HAT Analytics providing a strategic level of insight on an automated basis”. – Nigel Warrick, CEO, NJW Limited
David Cameron, Director of Industry for Sopra Steria said “Digitisation is now a big issue in the building, real estate and facilities industry in Norway. We organised this seminar to bring together IT and business management from all parts of the building value chain and show how IT becomes a core technology. We have received good feedback and believe that there is a lot that we can do in the short term to make the Nordic industry more customer-centric and competitive.
All presentations are available upon request – please visit the Oslo Breakfast Briefing contact form to send your request.