Crayon Group inks $250 million deal in healthcare industry
The ink is still drying on Crayon’s $256 million deal with Norsk Helsenett SF, a government-owned company responsible for delivering IT infrastructure to Norway’s healthcare sector.
The agreement signed Wednesday is a multi-cloud frame plan that will last up to six years with Norsk Helsenett. Crayon will provide platforms and services to support Norsk Helsenett on its cloud transformation journey.
“Our proposal was competitive on both commercial terms and quality of associated services,” said Crayon CEO Torgrim Takle. “This win is a clear demonstration of our capabilities as the preferred partner on our clients’ digitalization journey.”
Norsk Health Network aims to deliver and develop a secure and robust IT infrastructure for collaboration between every facet of those in health care services.
“We are extremely proud to have been selected as the only partner to work in the Norwegian healthcare sector,” said Geir Øivind Gulliksen, Crayon Norway’s CEO. “This deal is key because we get to work with one of the most important stakeholders in digitalization in this industry.”
Crayon Group Holding ASA is a leading IT advisory firm in software and digital transformation services. With unique IP tools and skilled employees, Crayon help optimize its clients' ROI from complex software technology investments. Crayon have long experience within volume software licensing optimization, digital engineering, predictive analytics and assists the clients through all phases of the process of a digital transformation. Headquartered in Oslo, Norway, the company has approximately 1,400 employees in 45 offices worldwide.
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