Transformation digitale

Digital transformation

The French-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce organises immersive learning expeditions about unfamiliar contents and allows you to meet stakeholders of the French and Norwegian ecosystems with moments of reflection and creative production.

 

The French Norwegian Chamber of Commerce organised in Oslo from the 29th to the 31st of March a very interesting learning expedition about digital transformation. In fact, you could not have dreamt for a better framework than Norway, one of the first countries to connect to the Internet and one of the best digital markets in Europe. 

 

To begin with, the participants started their journey with a visit and a presentation of BI the Norwegian Business School, Norway's only triple-accredited school and the biggest Business School of Europe, with 19,000 students. During this visit, the participants had the opportunity to discover the high-tech and effective electronic devices used by the students. During the afternoon, two presentations took place; the first one about the Norwegian Digital Transformation presented by the Teacher Espen Andersen, and another presentation about MobilPay, a new solution to purchase via a mobile phone, by two representatives of MobilPay Norge

The second day, the participants discovered the digital strategy of Ruter, the famous Norwegian transport operator of Oslo. They were then transferred by metro to Oslo Science Park which gathers more than 300 companies and 3,000 people, in order to hear some presentations made by representatives of Sopra Steria. This company was perfectly matching the theme since it develops a framework and tools for identifying, measuring and analysing digital maturity of Business-to-Customer companies. This productive day ended with two presentations on the digitalisation of the Norwegian health industry (by Anita Moe Larsen, Oslo Medtech, Norwegian cluster) and of Norwegian public services (by André Hoddevik, Head of e-procurement unit, DIFI). Later on, the participants enjoyed some free time at Holmenkollen, a beautiful hotel overhanging Oslo's Fjord. 

To conclude this expedition, the delegation was welcomed by Jan Frederick Lockert, Head of Business Development Unit, and Lene Lad Johansen, Project Leader at SmartOslo, to attend a presentation about the Smart City Strategy of Oslo. 

 

Ludovic Caubet Managing Director
caubet@ccfn.no
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