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Maps SpA

IT services and consulting – Italy

Founded in 2002, Maps has become an innovative SME and is now the parent company of Maps Group, which operates mainly in the Healthcare, Energy and ESG sectors by designing and distributing software for Big Data analysis. In addition to its core business, Maps SpA has designed a tailored welfare plan for its employees.

Development of digital solutions to optimize energy production, storage and consumption, interpretation of complex data, and predictive and analytical models based on machine learning and artificial intelligence. All of this enables Maps Group to support the energy transition, new development and land-relation processes, the use of renewable sources and distributed generation, through improved performance and inter-operability between different energy systems.

In addition, in the Healthcare field, Maps Group supports public and private healthcare organizations in their digital transformation journey towards connected care models. Analytics provide the information needed to help entities in planning and controlling administrative and clinical processes, thus making them more efficient and effective.

Maps Group also works in the ESG field, to support companies, public administrations, the health sector as well as university and research institutions in creating value for communities, without neglecting sustainability aspects related to land management.

The Maps Habitat project for employee well-being
Maps SpA has been reconfirmed by Welfare Index PMI among the best small and medium-sized Italian companies for the quality and content of the initiatives dedicated to its employees’ well-being. These include the Maps Habitat project, through which each employee can choose from nine different programmes involving different work schedules and on-call availability, to ensure everyone can enjoy the right work-life balance. Among other things, the adoption of the Maps Habitat model has made it possible, in the 2020-2021 biennium, to reduce the distances traveled by about 2,839,241 km, thus avoiding the emission of 392 tons of CO2.

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