Taija Engman, founder, and CEO of Good Sign, has been appointed as a new member of the Board of the Software and e-Business Association for 2020.
The aim of the Software and E-business Association is to create the best possible environment for the success of Finnish software and digital services.
“In the board of the association, I can be involved and influence the success of Finnish software and digital services. The transformation and the new opportunities that modern and world-conquering recurring services bring to businesses and individuals, are close to my heart“, Taija Engman comments.
Good Sign Software is intended for monetization of service business and recurring revenue. It allows companies to freely develop and launch new customer-centric services and automate pricing, billing, and accounting. The Software is also suitable for service business ecosystems to automate service fulfillment and financial transactions between partners.
“New digital and customer-oriented services are increasingly being launched. For effectivity, companies need to have the right systems in place, including the capability to automate also pay-per-use and custom pricing efficiently. As a member of the board of the Software and E-business Association, I will also have the opportunity to participate in developing ideas that support the growth of customer-driven digital services", Taija Engman continues.
The Software and E-business Association elected its Board of Directors for the year 2020 on November 27, 2019. Pekka Walkama, who is the CEO of Blue Meteorite, will continue as the Chairman of the Board and most of the Board members continue. One new member was appointed: Taija Engman, the CEO of Good Sign.
CEO Taija Engman, tel. +358 50 372 5142, email@example.com
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Good Sign is a Finnish software company with 30 employees. The company's clients include Fortum, Fujitsu, and Technopolis, for whom Good Sign has brought significant improvements in customer satisfaction and performance by improving the billing accuracy and transparency, and automating service delivery.