Haaga-Helia and Gredi join forces
Haaga-Helia started a cooperation with Gredi and implemented the brand and digital asset management service Gredi Content HUB. It is a professional, secure cloud service, which can be used to collect all materials in a uniform way for all users to easily find and use.
“More and more players are entering the field, and to keep the act together, the focus needs to be clear: one cloud service that is uniformly available to everyone,” says Ari Nevalainen, Communications Manager at Haaga-Helia. “We have big materials like videos and folders. Over the years, we’ve managed and stored our material on hard drives and in diverse locations. During COVID, everyone worked remotely from their home offices. Now we are adapting to a new way of working with a hybrid model, working remotely and on-site,” says Ari.
Haaga-Helia has 11 000 students, including more than 1000 from abroad – 95 different nationalities from all over the world – 650 experts and 5 campuses in Helsinki, Porvoo and Vierumäki. Haaga-Helia trains business and service industry experts and researches and develops knowledge and activities in its fields of education. These are Business Administration, Computer Science, Hospitality and Tourism, Business Service Solutions and Languages, Journalism Education, Physical Education and Vocational Teacher Training.
They focus on entrepreneurship, innovation, internationalization, and cooperation. “We consulted our colleagues at universities, and we all have the same themes and the same goal for using Gredi’s service: to make our lives easier. What is essential is a good service for our professionals and students, and to connect with third parties such as advertising and media agencies and media suppliers. In the future, we won’t have to go and fetch big files from a hard drive in the office, but we can send links to the latest videos, for example, to our Indian students and agents around the world,” says Ari.
“We thank Haaga-Helia for their trust and for the great start of our collaboration. It’s great to continue the journey of our digital ecosystem together. Haaga-Helia’s Gredi Content HUB service is designed for broad and diverse internal and external use in a highly international ecosystem, and to facilitate remote, mobile and local work in a responsible way for all”, says Risto Pasanen, Chief Operating Officer of Gredi.
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