Evry nieuwe Exsion partner

3 april 2017

EVRY is one of the leading IT companies in the Nordic region and has a strong local and regional presence. Our employees have in-depth expertise and extensive experience, and we offer both local and global delivery models. We develop solutions that give our customers a digital advantage, modernise business processes, and make IT operating services more efficient. Through our insight, solutions and technology, we contribute to the development of the information society of the future, for the benefit of our customers and society as a whole.

EVRY delivers business-critical solutions to companies and public sector organisations at the national and local government level. Over four million people in the Nordics use services delivered by EVRY each day. We are the force behind a whole range of innovations that have transformed and simplified the way people access services across society. Throughout the day and night, people are logging into internet banking, retrieving important work documents, or just checking the time of the next train home.

We provide industry-leading solutions to large and complex customers as well as to smaller businesses that need off-theshelf products. Our ability to make use of our strong local knowledge while also drawing on our international resources puts us in a unique position.

EVRY is divided into the following market segments: EVRY Financial Services, EVRY Norway and EVRY Sweden. EVRY Financial Services delivers services to the banking and finance sector internationally, while EVRY Norway and EVRY Sweden serve their respective markets. EVRY Operations and Global Delivery work across the three market segments to provide IT operating services and outsourcing services respectively, with EVRY offering offshoring to India, nearshoring to Ukraine and first-line customer service from Latvia.

EVRY has some 10 000 employees across Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, India, Great Britain, Ukraine, Latvia and Bulgaria. The company’s head office is located at Fornebu outside Oslo, Norway.