Built on Microsoft technology, the system will delivered end-to-end service, says company
Fujitsu has said that the licence administration and supervision system for Welfare and Health in Finland, Valvira, has chosen Fujitsu Services Oy as the supplier for the new Valveri information system.
Fujitsu’s offering is built on Microsoft technology. The system will be delivered as end-to-end service, including support services as well as maintenance and monitoring services, said Fujitsu.
Valveri, which will replace the current, more limited Ysteri system, will be employed by Valvira and the regional state administrative agencies (AVI’s), said Fujitsu.
Valvira is the National Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health and a centralised body operating under the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland.
The organisation supervises and provides guidance to healthcare and social services providers, alcohol administration authorities and environmental health bodies and to manage related licensing activities.
Much of the activity within the social and healthcare sector is subject to licence.
Valvira CIO Olli Nylander said the new system will serve both Valvira and the regional state administrative agencies which handle licences and supervision.
"The system will be part of our basic infrastructure with a highly central role as it will form the foundation for licence administration and supervision for practically our entire private social and healthcare system," said Nylander.
The Valveri system will incorporate all licence, notification, supervision and guidance information concerned with licence grantors as well as the related register details, annual reports, and a resolution archive, said Fujitsu.
"This reformation was necessary to expand our functionality. We will bring the entire licence process into the same uniform electronic services system to include new licences, changes and links to supervisory registries.
With this modern technical solution the legislative and organisational changes, too, can fluently be taken into consideration," Nylander said.
The Valveri system is scheduled to be deployed in phases starting from autumn 2011.