Fingrid’s strategic projects strengthen the company’s target of remaining agile during the energy market transformation and safeguarding power system functionality in a reliable way. The company’s fast, new investments over a 5–10 year time window are aimed at proactively addressing the challenges of the global clean-up project
What happens when the hackathlon spirit takes over at Fingrid’s headquarters in Käpylä? This was the case in late November when seven teams competed in Fingrid’s first hackathlon. Several new services to benefit Fingrid and its stakeholders were developed over a two-day period. They will be piloted during the spring.
The latest addition to Fingrid’s HR unit, a software robot called Tero Tiima, has been introduced to routine payroll administration tasks. This will provide the staff with more time for personal encounters. It also speeds up the payroll process and reduces the number of human errors.
Finland has been taken over by digitalisation fever. It seems to be reaching all sections of society and is approaching hype proportions. Fingrid has already been carrying out digitalisation for years, especially in the automation of power system operations and proactive maintenance solutions. Today, digitalisation is used to achieve efficiency and cost benefits in all sections of business. Published 8.9.2017.
Maintenance is constantly becoming more proactive – and more digital. For Fingrid, it has always been vitally important to handle any servicing in a way that minimises the resulting disruptions. Digitalisation helps to keep costs low and outage times short – and eliminate them entirely in the best case.