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Inside censhare: Tieto TJ Talks First Impressions and Silos

Following on from last week’s thank you to the folks who’ve contributed to our successful growth in Northern Europe, we start a mini-series of extended interviews with some of the organizations and people who’ve helped us along the way, our Nordics friends. This week, I chat with Tomi-Jukka “TJ” Panttila from one of our newest partners Tieto .

You might not be familiar with Tieto if you not from the region, but headquartered in Espoo, Finland, Tieto is a very large IT consulting organization which has been in business for over 50 years. With 14,000 experts in close to 20 countries and a turnover of approximately €1.5 billion, Tieto is a significant censhare partner, both in terms of size and capability.

In this interview I chat to TJ about his first impressions of the censhare platform as a brand new partner, and he’s clearly our kind of person - a content management professional who understands the challenges of digital asset and product information management - and we talk about the challenges which he sees we can solve together.

No content management conversation today can avoid the question of the silos which have built up in organizations around these different content management disciplines, and TJ talks about a better way, of a common platform and fewer integrations.

And perhaps, dare I suggest, using a Universal, Smart Content Management solution?

See for yourself, enjoy the video!

Ian Truscott Ian Truscott

Ian Truscott has the unofficial and honory title of the “Träger des Firmen-Megaphons” for censhare, bringing 20 years of B2B software experience to our company (surely starting as a child) to lead marketing here. Luckily for us in the Munich office, he’s found the kettle and some tea bags – look at him, he’s happy.