The company was founded in 1991 under the name Cardiac, now Baze Technology, as a lightweight ICT platform for the visualisation of real-time data in the oil and gas industry. With 16 years of experience in how real-time data can be used to reap business benefits and results, the company took its first foray into the healthcare sector in 2003.
In 2007, that part of the company was demerged under the name Imatis to focus on the healthcare sector, and since then has exclusively specialised in e-health. Imatis opened its office in Porsgrunn with support from the regional business development agency Vekst i Grenland, and subsequently with significant support from Innovation Norway at a local level.
Imatis was aquired by DNV in the summer of 2021, which was renamed DNV Imatis following the acquisition. The purpose of the sale was to position the organisation for further growth and development, and to facilitate the implementation of the strategy for international expansion. After continuous growth for a number of years, Imatis had made a major impact on the Norwegian domestic market, and the time had come to take the plunge and fully commit to major international growth.
An ecosystem of applications that provide real-time overviews and decision-making support for healthcare professionals to ensure efficient patient care, supports DNV Imatis’ vision of ‘A better and easier life for patients, their families, and employees’. The head office is located in Porsgrunn, and the company currently has 100+ employees – the majority of whom have a bachelor or master degree – in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, England, Australia, Italy and Vietnam.
DNV is a global company working in quality assurance and risk management, with a presence in over 100 countries. Since 1864, the company’s purpose has been to safeguard life, property and the environment. With unique technical expertise and independence, DNV helps its customers to improve safety, efficiency and sustainability, and to cope with the global challenges they face. For more than three decades, DNV has been enabling health sector actors to make critical decisions with confidence. The company’s accreditation programmes provide hospitals with a clear framework for optimising performance, and improving patient safety and the quality of care. DNV is also partnered with medical equipment manufacturers to ensure that the quality and safety of its products comply with mandatory requirements. DNV is now seeing rapid growth in the e-health market, and aspires to become an active player in the global transformation within the health sector.
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We are experiencing strong growth, and the multiple major new contracts that we have secured complement a solid customer base with long-term agreements. As the company grows, so too does the need for new employees to join our collective effort. If you do not find an advertised position tailored to your profile, please send us an open application that describes you and in which area you can strengthen our team.