Corporate Eye

Tieto a Corporate Website Worth a Visit

I believe this is the first consulting services company I have profiled. It is not one of the mega consulting firms, but it sure knows how to tell visitors about itself. The company Tieto is based in Finland and does business across the globe.

A good feature on the uncluttered homepage is that the company tells you what they do (not every company does).

Industries served and their offerings are outlined.

Want to learn more? You only need to click on Industry Expertise and Offerings and you get more information.

Next, the About Us page offers a good menu of links.

I would like to see Corporate Governance here instead of being part of the Investors section. Good that Strategy is listed first and I think other companies would be wise to take note of this. Click on Strategy to see–

Tieto strategy

and related Financial Goals–

Tieto goals

This is a good example of transparency without divulging the “corporate jewels”.

Next the company offers Customer magazines and Other Publications.

Here is a tidbit from the article “Grow your own financial recovery” —

Cheer up…
– some of the benefits of a recession….

1

It forces you to stop being wasteful.

2

It makes you think again about business habits.

3

It accelerates change

4

It encourages you to be more creative

5

It forces you to make tough decisions

6

It thins out the competition

7

It makes you realize that you shouldn’t take anything for granted

8

It brings you back to basics

9

It is an opportunity for a new start

10

It reminds you that business is about people… and ideas

Good advice indeed.  Tieto: a corporate website worth a visit.

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Ed Konczal has an MBA from New York University's Stern School of Business (with distinction). He has spent the last 10 years as an executive consultant focusing on human resources, leadership, market research, and business planning. Ed has over 10 years of top-level experience from AT&T in the areas of new ventures and business planning. He is co-author of the book "Simple Stories for Leadership Insight," published by University Press of America.
 
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