For­tum’s head of­fice in Espoo to shift


For­tum’s head of­fice in Keilaniemi, Espoo, will move into a re­fur­bished multi-space of­fice that sup­ports flex­i­ble work­ing and in­no­va­tive col­lab­o­ra­tion. For­tum em­ploy­ees in Helsinki met­ro­pol­i­tan area will move at the turn of 2017-2018 into a multi-space of­fice lo­cated at Keilaniemen­tie 2-4. In ad­di­tion to For­tum, the new head of­fice build­ing also houses Ti­eto and Mi­crosoft of­fices.

The move will af­fect some 1,100 For­tum em­ploy­ees who are cur­rently work­ing at Espoo’s Keilaniemi and Pi­is­pan­portti sites and Van­taa’s Myyr­mäki site. The head of­fice move is part of a broader cor­po­rate cul­ture change, which will strengthen in­no­va­tive­ness, open in­ter­ac­tion be­tween em­ploy­ees, and a mod­ern man­age­ment ap­proach. For­tum an­nounced the plans to give up its cur­rent Keilaniemi head of­fice first time in spring 2014.

“We at For­tum want to re­spond to the re­quire­ments set by dig­i­tal­i­sa­tion and a chang­ing work­ing life, and we want to get the best pos­si­ble ben­e­fit from new tech­nolo­gies in our daily work. The head of­fice move strongly sup­ports this ob­jec­tive. The goal is to pro­mote the work well-be­ing of our per­son­nel by of­fer­ing an in­spir­ing work­ing en­vi­ron­ment and the op­por­tu­nity for flex­i­ble work­ing,” said For­tum’s Arto Räty, Se­nior V-P, Cor­po­rate Af­fairs and Com­mu­ni­ca­tions.

For­tum’s new head of­fice will be a multi-space of­fice of­fer­ing space so­lu­tions that ac­com­mo­date var­i­ous work­ing needs. Based on the work, em­ploy­ees can se­lect com­fort­able spa­ces for open team work, pro­ject work, cre­ative work, or quiet work. Ef­fi­cient co-work­ing is sup­ported by lat­est tech­no­log­i­cal so­lu­tions.

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