Creating value for life

Tieto aims to capture the significant opportunities of the data-driven world and turn them into lifelong value for people, business and society. By doing this, we aim to be our customers' first choice for business renewal. That’s where our Bubble Sessions and blogs come in. We’re discussing and sharing the kinds of ideas that will change your business, our society and make everyday life a little better for each and every one of us.

Recent blog posts

The introduction of APIs and standards made easy

July 13, 2018 | Edgars Bremze, Strategic Product Manager Tieto

Tieto is monitoring many European jurisdictions in the process of introducing PSD2, which mandates banks to open up their APIs to third-party service providers. Simultaneously, we closely follow the reaction of the financial community in other markets, such as Singapore, Russia, China or Nigeria. It is evident that implementing the mandates can be a complicated process that eats up a lot of time and resources.  More

PSD2 paves the way to innovative banking

July 11, 2018 | Edgars Bremze, Strategic Product Manager Tieto

Open Banking is bound to reshape the banking industry and its services. The driver comes from the EU in the form of PSD2, short for Revised Payment Service Directive, which opens up the EU payment market to companies offering consumer- or business-oriented payments based on access to information about the payment account. However, we’re still waiting for the influx of innovative services.  More

Two facts every mobile operator should know about signaling

May 22, 2018 | Jörgen Trank, Lead Product Manager Product Development Services, Tieto Corporation

In the midst of the IoT, cloud and 5G buzz – do you know just how critical robust signaling control is for successful cloud operations?  More

How female networks have helped me – and how they can help you

April 24, 2018 | Michelle Cañada, Business Developer Trainee Tieto

If you asked me how I became interested in Tieto, I would probably surprise you with my answer. It all started when I was in my second year of studies at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, one of the biggest schools for engineering in Sweden, where women make up around 30% of the student population. In fact, it is no big secret that the gender distribution in technical education is lopsided to say the least.  More

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