The Norwegian Transparency Act
Itera hereby confirms its intention to be compliant with The Norwegian Transparency Act, which is enforced by 1 July 2022.
Founded in 1998, Itera is one of the most experienced technology companies in the Nordics. By applying our technology, design, and business consulting expertise, we help our customers work better – now and into the future.
Itera has operations in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Slovakia, Poland, Ukraine, and the Czech Republic. We deliver innovative solutions and services to about 20 countries, including Nordic ones.
We are aware of our responsibility
At Itera, we run responsible business operations and take on an important Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) towards people, society, the environment, and the industry to which we belong. Through our active choices and initiatives, we commit ourselves to enable lasting positive change and know that tomorrow's winners are aware of their responsibilities.
Itera is committed to high standards of ethical conduct and compliance with laws and regulations. Accordingly, we have 'zero tolerance for illegal and unethical business behaviour and activities, including bribery and corruption, tax evasion, forced labor, child labor, non-decent working conditions, and other breaches of human rights.
Our people & customers are our biggest value
All the below Policies and Procedures were adopted by Itera to ensure compliance with the Norwegian Transparency Act, Working Environment Act, and Personal Data Act:
- Supplier Code of Conduct
- Procurement Management Policy
- Evaluation of actual adverse impacts and significant risks of adverse impacts through the Vendor Due Diligence process
- Code of Conduct
- Whistle-blowing Policy
- Health, Safety, and Environment Policy
- Diversity and Inclusion Policy
- Employee Satisfaction Survey
- Vendor performance evaluation procedure
Get in touch
Until we have published our report on compliance with the Transparency Act, latest 30 June 2023, we welcome requests for information on how Itera addresses adverse impacts on fundamental human rights and decent working conditions. You are welcome to send your request to email@example.com.