This summer, Finestmedia was delighted with another recognition - we were awarded the Teleworker Label (Kaugtöö Tegija), which gives all current and future employees a guarantee that our working methods and management structure support working remotely in every way.
As of this autumn, the Riigikogu (the Estonian parliament) is using a new system to prepare verbatim reports of its sittings. According to the representative of the Estonian IT company Finestmedia who developed the system, the solution, which is based on speech recognition technology, has great export potential and could prove to be a useful tool for other public and private organisations.
According to Anneli Ustav, our Information Security Manager, in order to maintain the reputation of the leading digital nation in Estonia, more attention must be paid to ensuring information security. For example, the information security standard ISO27001, which is essentially mandatory in many international IT procurements, is today accredited to a handful of companies in Estonia.
During a partnership that began in 2015, Finestmedia transferred the previous outdated information system of unemployment insurance to a modern, easily manageable platform and made the unemployment insurance benefit procedure at the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund fully automatic.
According to Søren Hejnfelt, Chief Business Development Officer, Poland is a big and prospective market for Estonian IT companies.
Finestmedia was chosen to deliver the global e-solution FLUX (Fisheries Language for Universal eXchange) locally in Estonia.
How Hansapost went through a business transformation process to become a “digital-first” company and a local market leader with the help of Finestmedia.
The Estonian Road Administration (ERA) cut administrative costs, improved traffic safety and eased the life of Estonian drivers in a drastic manner, in just a few years.
Estonia is famed for its digital society and has received praise for its innovative e-solutions by many international organisations such as UNESCO, Forbes or the CNBC. One of the key elements to its digital eminence has been its e-education IT solutions.
Instead of leaving the current employer to realise a dream start-up project, one could also consider launching it with professional support from their colleagues within the organisation, says Søren Hejnfelt, our Chief Business Development Officer.