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Your Partner into Digitalization

Intosome is a Finnish digitalization consultancy. We help small and medium-sized companies  understand the ways to utilize digitalization to improve their business performance.

Our consulting approach starts with the company’s business goals and takes into account the resources and other restrictions each company has. Through our facilitated strategy process our customer will identify the best ways to utilize digitalization and maximize its impact. These ways can improve internal operations, make marketing more efficient, help to create new customer leads, or innovate new business based on data and analytics.

Our offering includes:

  • Workshops
  • Digitalization mapping, strategy and project planning
  • Digital way of working; support and training programs

Our experts

Harri Lakkala

Harri LakkalaHarri Lakkala is a seasoned social business consultant. He has been working with social tools and adopting social ways of working since 2003. Harri brought blogs and wikis to internal use at Nokia Ltd and made a significant contribution to company’s internal and external collaboration and innovation processes and communities. Harri has been working as a social business consultant since 2009.

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Kaija Pöysti

Kaija Pöysti is a serial entrepreneur and board professional with over 35 years of experience in building growth companies. She has used data and analytics for growth and profitability since 1990s. She has lived in Germany and in the US, and helped companies grow into international markets. She has also written two books on Enterprise 2.0 in Finnish. The first one was published in 2008 (Wikimaniaa yrityksiin– Yritys2.0 tuottamaan) and the second one in June 2012 (Kilpailykyky 2.0).

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Oskari Uotinen

Oskari Uotinen is an entrepreneur, social media trainer and consultant. He specializes in the use of social media and collaboration tools for marketing and communications. Oskari has a long experience on using social media both in the education and public sector. He has also developed a concept for a “Social Media Driver’s License” (used e.g. in Summer Universities’ curriculum).

Find Oskari online at: TwitterLinkedIn – SlideShare