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    Bridging the gap between content creation and data analysis

    During the last nine weeks, our Management Trainee Michael Sants has created a way for us to score the performance of our product pages based on a set of metrics. Read on to learn more about this exciting project and how Michael went about solving this challenge.

  • Visma Ski Classics celebrates its 100th event

    La Venosta Time Trial marks the 100th event since the start of the championship in 2011. The event also marks Visma’s 67th as the title sponsor. Learn more about our Visma Ski Classics journey and all the fun and exciting activities we initiate through our sponsorship.

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    Diversity creates a dynamic workplace

    How important is it for women in IT to have female role models and more diversity in this industry? We have talked to two graduates in Visma Consulting Denmark, developer Josephine and IT consultant Kim Ida, about these topics.

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    Three important skills of a Management Trainee

    The three most important skills identified by Management Trainees are the ability to take initiative, having good analytical skills as well as good social skills. In this article, they share their thoughts and experiences about these abilities.

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    Santa Claus’ optimized delivery process

    This year’s busiest working day is ahead for our hero from Lapland. Delivering the presents is (in the world of optimization) a typical travelling salesman problem (TSP): how to visit a number of locations using the shortest path available. But how long would Santa’s route have to be for him to visit all households around the world?

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    Holiday scams to avoid when shopping online

    Every year we spend millions on Christmas gift shopping online. The Holiday season is also the peak for cyber crime. What are the most common scams during the Holidays and how can we avoid falling victim to these scams?

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    The importance of Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

    Over the last month, our Management Trainee Mikkel Ahlgren has participated in creating a customer relationship management (CRM) strategy for the division in Visma that serves small- and medium-sized companies. Read on to learn more about the project and why having a CRM strategy is such an important part of the overall business strategy. 

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    Hire the right candidate first time around

    Think about how dependent your team and organisation is on making sure you have hired the right candidate in the right role. How many companies are currently in a position where they are spending too much time, money and resources on replacing staff that are leaving prematurely?

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    Log4Shell: Surviving the latest wide-spread cyber threat

    Starting from the famous video game Minecraft and not ending with your smart toaster, a new vulnerability was discovered last Thursday that potentially affects millions of Internet users. Learn more about Log4Shell and whether or not it affects your business.

  • How the Visma way of working benefits you as a customer

    How the Visma way of working benefits you as a customer

    How do we in Visma ensure that we deliver cloud software that is secure, reliable, performant, and responsive to the needs that you as a customer have? In this article, we’ll show how our way of working, and the technology we use, is aligned with those goals.

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    What is an IT Security Policy?

    Every organisation—from startups to large, global corporations and nonprofits—must make sure that they have procedures to keep up with an ever-changing landscape of threats and vulnerabilities to keep its assets secure. But what is an IT Security Policy, and how do you enforce them?

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    Turning the UEFA Euro into math

    The Finnish company Weoptit, a company in Visma, has turned the UEFA Euro tournament into math and simulations. Based on a model originally built prior to the World Cup 2006, they have played out the tournament 1,000 000 times. Why? To find out what results each team can expect from this summer’s football festival.