September 25, 2022

Techstep signs SmartDevice agreement for 1000 users with Stendi

Techstep has signed an upsell agreement with existing customer Stendi AS, one of the largest private healthcare providers in the Nordics, to provide the managed mobility solution SmartDevice to 1000 users in Norway.

Techstep signs SmartDevice agreement for 1000 users with Stendi

(Oslo, 4 April 2022). Techstep has signed an upsell agreement with existing customer Stendi AS, one of the largest private healthcare providers in the Nordics, to provide the managed mobility solution SmartDevice to 1000 users in Norway.

SmartDevice is Techstep's mobile device lifecycle solution including Techstep's own lifecycle handling software, online store, and self-service management portal, as well as the option of purchasing mobile devices as-a-service at a fixed monthly cost.

SmartDevice will help Stendi reduce its IT costs and complexity, in addition to helping the company's reach its sustainability goals by allowing for safe reuse or recycling of their used mobile devices.

“Techstep has supplied Stendi with mobile devices for several years, and we are pleased to see that they have now decided to evolve to our lifecycle management solution, SmartDevice. We look forward to building on this progress and to develop our relationship further”, says Techstep's Chief Revenue Officer, Gunnar Aasen.

Techstep estimates a total contract value of NOK 13 million, with an initial three-year contract period. ARR from own software is estimated to be NOK 500 000.

About Stendi AS

Stendi is Norway's largest care provider and runs nationwide activities within child welfare, BPA, round-the-clock care, home-based services and elderly care on behalf of public clients. Stendi is part of Ambea, one of the Nordic region's leading care companies with around 26,000 employees in Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

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Chief Transformation Officer i Techstep

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