Metso Outotec is building world-class digital capabilities together with its partners. Success will be built upon long-term cooperation based on trust, regardless of who the participants represent.
“You cannot generate value for customers without digitalisation. For its part, the value of digitalisation is determined by people’s ability to work together,” says Jussi Järvinen, who is in charge of Digital Platforms at Metso Outotec.
Metso Outotec has been consistently developing its digital capabilities since the 1960s. Digitalisation spans all processes, from industrial automation to machine vision systems and customer service, and through digital twins all the way to predictive simulation.
“Digitalisation is one of our key strengths. It enables us to create new developments, streamline operations, and reduce our environmental burden.”
Järvinen has aimed to build long-term teams from the outset.
“I don’t believe in individual, heroic feats. It’s overall performance that counts. That’s why I’ve built a team with mutually complementary skills and trust, regardless of which organisation its members represent.
Cooperation between Metso Outotec and Gofore has continuously expanded. Nowadays, Gofore people can be found in several of Metso Outotec’s Digital Platforms teams.