Energinet, the owner and developer of Denmark's electricity and gas networks, has chosen three companies to provide IT consulting assistance for the next four years under a newly signed framework agreement.
Systemate, cVation, and Alexandra Institute will all be suppliers on the Microsoft "Data & Analytics" sub-agreement furthermore Systemate and cVation will both be suppliers on the "Integrations" sub-agreement.
The framework agreement aims to support Energinet's need for specialized IT expert assistance on Microsoft technology, and to develop Energinet's existing platforms, and create new solutions and services with a cloud-first approach.
As Denmark's transmission system operator, Energinet has an increasing need to modernize its existing and new platforms and services as its tasks change and become more complex, particularly in light of its ambitious goals to enable Denmark's green transition.
The three IT companies will now support Energinet in developing Energinet's future digital infrastructure.
Strong team with the right expertise
In the past three years, Systemate has provided numerous specialists to develop Energinet's applications and integrations based on Microsoft Azure Cloud and other Microsoft technologies. The company's many years of domain experience in the utilities sector have been a great support to Energinet, enabling a strong partnership at both the team and organizational levels.
The Alexandra Institute is the only GTS institute focused on IT with a large number of experts in artificial intelligence and data science. They look forward to bringing their expert knowledge to the energy sector in Denmark and helping to ensure that the Danish energy supply remains stable during the green transition.
cVation complements the team of partners as a solid software development and cloud house where all employees practice DevOps and native cloud development based on Microsoft Azure. cVation is leading in terms of raising customers' technological level to new heights and implementing advanced use of cloud technology.
The framework agreement is part of Energinet's large IT strategy to automate and renew the technological platforms, including a digital transformation of operations to the cloud.