Fennovoima chose QPR as their process mining solution provider for the versatile product functionality, QPR EnterpriseArchitect compatibility and excellent co-operation with QPR experts. A Proof of Concept project completed during the selection was a success and convinced Fennovoima of both the software capabilities as well as QPR expertise. Especially fast deployment and results were a factor in the decision. Now Fennovoima Management System, which is built on QPR EnterpriseArchitect, will be completed with process mining and analysis capabilities. The company will use this to compare their actual way of working to designed way of working. The analysis focuses on construction phase processes.
“QPR fulfils our high quality standards well. With QPR products we get a comprehensive overview of our processes and can follow their performance. QPR’s products are state of the art in process development,” says Marjo Räisälä, Quality Development Manager of Fennovoima.
“We are pleased to work together with Fennovoima in identifying improvement potential in their processes and ensure operations follow the designed and agreed steps. Our software and consulting services provide excellent support for this,” says Jari Jaakkola, CEO of QPR Software.
The deal consists of QPR ProcessAnalyzer software licenses and implementation project.
About QPR Software
QPR Software Plc (Nasdaq Helsinki) provides solutions for strategy execution, performance and process management, process mining and enterprise architecture in over 50 countries. QPR software allows customers to gain valuable insights for informed decisions that make a difference.
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Fennovoima Oy is an energy company founded in 2007 building a new nuclear power plant in Finland. It employs over 350 people. Hanhikivi 1 plant is an investment measured in billions bringing work and stably priced electricity for both businesses and consumers. Pyhäjoki plant will strengthen Finland’s energy independency and help reach climate goals.