The National Insurance Court has chosen Intility’s end-to-end platform service for its entire IT environment.
The National Insurance Court is a court-like and independent administrative body organized under the Ministry of Labor and Social Inclusion (AID). The task of The National Insurance Court is to handle appeals against decisions on individual entitlements to social security benefits and pensions.
In reality, The National Insurance Court functions as a special court, even though it is not part of the regular court system. For legal review of The National Insurance Court’s judgment, a summons must be filed with the Court of Appeals.
Intility is a platform service utilized by more than 600 companies across 2,500 locations in Norway and the rest of the world. It consists of an industrialized IT infrastructure and a multicloud operations platform that together take full responsibility for everything from users and infrastructure at each location to security and daily operation of cloud-based applications and systems.
Intility serves as a digital foundation and catalyst for companies that want to use technology to increase their productivity and competitiveness.
Read more about The National Insurance Court.