Inosa is wholly owned by Hatteland
Hatteland will take over the entire company INOSA. – There is an ever greater demand for quality and internal control in a company. Then tools that INOSA offers are indispensable, says incoming board chairman in INOSA and general manager in Hatteland, Stig Hatteland.
INOSA, established in 2006, offers a leading cloud-based software solution for support for continuous improvement, quality and HSE work in the process industry as well as in a number of other companies and industries around the world.
On the customer list, the company has big names such as Hydro, Eramet Norway, Elkem and Qatalum, Qatar.
– By owning 100 per cent of the company, we have the opportunity to set the directions we believe are right to reach the potential of the INOSA product. The acquisition also makes it easier to establish close collaboration with RamBase, thus creating synergies across organizations, Hatteland said.
Provides good control and overview
RamBase is a cloud-based ERP platform, owned and developed by Hatteland. Through RamBase ERP, all relevant information and players are linked together in one system, so that all information relating to production, storage and delivery is up to date and accessible to everyone at all times.
A close link between RamBase and Inosa will give the user good information on how to perform specific tasks. – INOSA and RamBase are two forward-looking products that fit well together, both functionally and technologically. Both products will have their own customer groups, but can use the same distribution channels and expertise in development, says Hatteland.
Many quality systems have the challenge of not being used in practice. Here, INOSA focuses on the users, and provides good control and overview when changing processes that are in use, which can be a challenging to register in a busy everyday life.
– INOSA covers statutory requirements such as internal control and HSE. Beyond this, it is a powerful tool for visualizing and sharing work processes. There are increasing demands for quality and internal control in a company, then tools offered by INOSA are indispensable, Hatteland points out.
INOSA, located in both Haugesund and Kristiansund, currently has six employees, all of whom will join the journey further. – The department in Kristiansund is maintained. The employees in Haugesund move into Hatteland’s premises on Raglamyr, says Bente Baugstø, INOSA general manager. In addition, the organization will be strengthened, both in sales, consultancy and development. – INOSA’s systems can also be run completely separately in the future, but also as an extension to RamBase. “Inosa Together with RamBase”, which was launched on RamBase Inspiration Day in Stavanger on October 24, will be built as a separate brand in the future, says Baugstø.