The Kanta Services competed in the category of societal influence in the first Blue Arrow Awards competition. We did not win the main prize, but gained a great deal of prestige and honour.
The Blue Arrow Awards rewards the best organisations offering digital services. The purpose of the competition is to showcase the leaders in digital services with respect to their teams, services and implementation. There were seven categories in the competition, and the Kanta Services took part in the category of societal influence. The winner in the category was a digital project that had succeeded in significantly improving and facilitating the operations of society and citizens. This year, the winner was the Yrityskylä learning environment.
The judges represent the best, most interesting and high-profile people in their respective fields, including, e.g. Michael Widenius, Jyrki Kasvi, Marina Vahtola, and Risto Kuulasmaa. The Blue Arrow Awards is organised by Better Digital Services.