Semel Oy

Semel Oy provides mobile information systems and software. Semel Oy is one of the leading providers of mobile information systems in Nordic countries. 

 

Our company was found on 1971, and to this day we remain as the leading information system provider for the taxi business in the Nordic countries. Today we also provide system and software integration services in demanding mobile system ventures. 

 

 

 


MaaS Global Oy

MaaS Global Oy is bringing into reality the concept of Mobility as a Service (MaaS), by building the world’s first mobility ecosystem.

 

MaaS Global aspires to upgrade the service level of transportation by joining together public and private transportation providers. Collaboration and integration of services will create a seamless and compelling travel experience for everyone, locally and globally.  

Imagine if all your daily travel needs would be covered, with one simple app, with one simple payment – directly from your mobile. Travel as much as you like with a flat fee, or pay-as-you-go, with buses, trains, taxis, cars and more - MaaS provides you the ultimate way to move around.

Our revolutionary mobile app, Whim, liberates people from timetables, fixed routes, parking worries and the high costs of owning a car. Born out of a need to be spontaneous, it gives people access to a huge variety of transport options. A Whim subscription means true freedom of mobility.

 


CGI

CGI is committed to help stakeholders to succeed.

CGI has 69,000 professionals in 40 countries across the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific providing end-to-end IT and business process services that facilitate the ongoing evolution of their clients' businesses. CGI is committed to helping their clients achieve their business goals, to provide their professionals with rewarding careers, and to offer shareholders superior returns over time. 

Contact:

CGI Finland Oy

Telephone: 010 302 010
Email: firstname.surname(a)cgi.com

Headquarters
Karvaamokuja 2 d
00380 Helsinki

You can visit CGI's own website via this link.


The Ministry of Transport and Communications

The Ministry of Transport and Communications

The Ministry of Transport and Communications is responsible for two broad sectors: transport policy and communications policy. 

In the transport sector, the Ministry's responsibilities include transport systems and networks, transport of people and goods, traffic safety, and issues relating to climate and the environment. In the communications sector, the Ministry takes care of issues relating to communications networks, information security and data protection, information society policy, the mass media, and postal services. 

More information in our own website.