Further developing our digital infrastructure is a priority at Carnegie. It is business-critical and will determine our continued growth.
Our advisory to companies, private individuals and institutions is critical to our success, as is our capacity to position ourselves in relation to long-term strategic issues like ESG and digitalisation. Further developing our digital infrastructure is a high priority at Carnegie. It is business-critical and will determine our continued growth. Carnegie worked with several projects during the year aimed at digitalising the company from the ground up and in doing so streamline current processes and create the conditions for new business opportunities.
“We’re in an exciting phase right now, modernising most of our IT infrastructure while digitalising certain aspects of our working methods. We also want to look forward by moving into new technologies to enhance our client offering”, says Elisabeth Erikson, CIO at Carnegie.
“Attracting the right employees is critical to achieving our ambition.”
“We have to work close to the business to make sure our digitalisation journey delivers optimal results for our clients. In so doing, we can create the conditions for client satisfaction. The work we are doing now is creating both long- and short-term digital improvements.”
The goal of the Carnegie IT team is to digitalise the company from the ground up. This will create more efficient processes and more client-friendly interaction. “Attracting new colleagues with a clear IT/Tech profile is critical to achieving our ambition. We are constantly looking for new people who want to be part of integrating a digital dimension at Carnegie through new technical platforms”, says Elisabeth Erikson.