October 13-December 1, 2016, 10AM-10AM

Metso at ADIC16: Creating value for industrial customers through digitalization

Metso is now looking for fresh, digital innovations for its Flow Control business, which develops and produces intelligent valves and services for oil & gas, pulp & paper, and various other process industries.

To whom? Students or recent graduates from university or university of applied sciences in Finland
Where? Helsinki, Finland
When? Application deadline, October 13, 2016 / ADIC Case day, October 29, 2016 / Accenture Corporate Track at Slush, December 1, 2016

Our value-adding digital devices for process industry flow control have more than 15 year track record and we utilize cloud-based services in recognizing our customers' services and maintenance needs. What we expect is to discover a totally new way of producing value to our industrial customers - thinking outside the process industry box.

Join our challenge

You can come up with anything from new business models to new ways of digitizing the value chain. It can be related to digitalization of service concepts, novel solutions for partnership management or applications for industrial design. Get creative in developing new digital solutions with us.

Apply via ADIC16 webpage no later than October 13.

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About ADIC16

Accenture Digital Innovation Challenge  is a concept competition where young talents team up to innovate new services, product concepts or business models to the real life business challenges of the partner companies and organizations.

The finalists - who are chosen in the ADIC16 case day - continue to receive further coaching to develop their idea, and will present their concept in the finals held as part of Slush.

Metso experts

Kalle Suurpää

Kalle Suurpää

Head of Neles Smart Products
Email to Kalle Suurpää

Juuso Jokinen

Juuso Jokinen

Reliability Engineer
Email to Juuso Jokinen