CSC's customer stories
Our mission is to help our customers succeed.
CSC is a state-owned company with a special mandate. Our owners – the Finnish State and higher education institutions – determine the purpose of our existence. We provide services specifically to meet the needs of the Finnish State and higher education institutions. As a not-for-profit company our goal is not financial gain – we use our specialized expertise in an effort to ensure that our customers are given the best possible chance to succeed.
Our experts work ambitiously for research, the national education system, culture and the digitalization of public administration and promote the interests of our customers and society as a whole.
Digital preservation of data ensures that cultural heritage materials are preserved and passed on to future generations and that they remain comprehensible.Read More »
Education and research organisations require diverse statistical data to support business intelligence, operational management and planning. A comprehensive illustration of the Finnish education and research system is essential to research as well.Read More »
Accepting a study place and enrolling for a semester is easier when you can do everything in a single online service that can be integrated in the national Studyinfo.fi service.Read More »
Finnish researchers can apply for high-performance computing and data management resources and services from PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe).Read More »
KAVI preserves films and film-related materials as well as television programs for our decendants. CSC maintains KAVI´s radio and television program archives and provides the live streaming services so that the films and programs can be watched and heard by our users today, as well as the future generations.Read More »
As the research environment changes, there are also changes in the manner in which research is managed. Researchers should be able to publish and describe research data and refer to research produced by others.Read More »