The holding company EPSO-G and companies Amber Grid and Litgrid, forming a part of the EPSO-G group of energy transmission and exchange companies, have launched an international tender for the implementation, maintenance and development of digital platform products.
“The Group has the ambition to standardise and link business processes. The aim is to increase the integration, unification and efficiency of the Group's companies and their business processes. Digital transformation is not only a technological necessity, but it will also allow us to increase the Group's efficiency, use the same data analytics solutions, better manage the Group's activities, competences, processes, projects and risks, and empower our teams and people to develop,” says Tomas Varneckas, Head of Infrastructure and Project Management at EPSO-G.
Group companies intend to implement and use business management, human resources management, project management and risk and compliance management systems on a single digital platform. The implementation of the digital platform is expected to take up to 36 months.
The EPSO-G group of companies consists of the holding company EPSO-G, the companies Amber Grid, Baltpool, Energy cells, Litgrid and Tetas. The Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania exercises the rights and duties of the sole shareholder of EPSO-G.