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QPR chosen as the provider of enterprise architecture services for the Finnish National Board of Education

20/05/2014 by

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QPR Software, specialised in the operational development of private and public sector organisations, has been selected by the Finnish National Board of Education as the preferred provider of enterprise architecture consulting services. The call for tender was launched under the general agreement of consultancy services for government administration. Under the 2-year agreement (with an option for a 2-year extension), QPR will be delivering architecture consulting services for the implementation of FNBE’s strategy and the development of enterprise architecture capabilities. FNBE is responsible by law for the development of education in Finland.

QPR supports FNBE in building tangible operational models and capabilities to connect business processes to both operational development and strategy. QPR helps to model the ‘as-is’ state, develop the operational models and IT- services, as well as brings visibility to the development work by linking the development steps to the annual planning cycle of FNBE’s management model. The enterprise architecture work at FNBE has been started during first quarter of 2014.

”It is exciting to be part of developing how FNBE operates through enterprise architecture. Regardless of whether an organisation is in the private or public sector, understanding the capabilities required to implement chosen strategy and understanding the operational dependencies and transparency of operations are key for development work and for realisation of benefits. And for this, QPR’s internally developed operational development model provides a solid starting point”, comments Jari Jaakkola, CEO of QPR Software.

This article has been extracted from http://www.globenewswire.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2014/05/20/637692/0/en/QPR-chosen-as-the-provider-of-enterprise-architecture-services-for-the-Finnish-National-Board-of-Education.html

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