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    My experience being a UX intern at Visma

    What is it like to be a UX intern at Visma, and what sorts of projects will you be working on? Matilda from Sweden has written a summary of her experience and what she learned.

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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?

  • Therese Sletten, one of Norway’s 50 leading tech women

    We are thrilled to announce that Visma’s Therese Sletten, is named one of Norway’s 50 leading tech women in 2021. We had a chat with Therese about her early interest and enthusiasm for tech, what female role models have meant for her over the course of her career, and why we need a more inclusive workforce.

  • General Manager in team jUmbo-Visma and rider Anna Henderson

    [Podcast]: Equality and inclusion in professional cycling

    Pro cycling is a male-dominated sport. Why is it so, and how can we get more women into cycling? We met with the General Manager of Team Jumbo-Visma and one of the riders in the new women’s team of Team Jumbo-Visma to talk about diversity and inclusion within cycling.

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    Tools for remote design sprint facilitation

    As a UX Studio at Visma, we spent last year running remotely all the activities that traditionally require whole team onsite participation such as design sprints, usability tests and problem framing workshops. Here are some of the tools we have used with success.

  • Working together to promote women in tech

    Some of the earliest pioneers of computing were women. But considering the gender gap in the tech industry today, there is still an urgent call for more role models for women and girls. We have partnered with several organisations that promote women in tech, and together, we work towards a more diverse industry.

  • User tests not always a success story

    Technology is only as effective as the people who build it

    Did you know that the first computer programmer was a woman? In the 1840s, Ada Lovelace wrote the world’s first machine algorithm. Fast-forward to today; tech is predominantly a man’s world. Why is this problematic, and how can we shift the course?

  • Visma TechZone first TechTalk

    Visma TechZone—a hub for technology and competence sharing

    With new technology comes new opportunities–and new challenges. What does better data and analytics mean for our society, and where is machine learning and AI taking us? With our new initiative, TechZone, experts within and outside of Visma, will give you a deep dive into how new technologies will drive us forward.

  • 5 elements to include in your AI strategy

    Is your company at the starting point of exploring the endless opportunities AI can bring? Developing a solid strategy is a natural first step. Here are five points you should consider when building your AI strategy.

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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 by their analysts prior to the World Cup 2006, they have played out the tournament 1,000 000 times to find out what results each team can expect from this summer’s football festival.