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  • Bug Bounty: Inviting ethical hackers to find bugs in Visma applications

    Inviting ethical hackers to find bugs in Visma applications

    In software products and services, there is always a risk of bugs and vulnerabilities. Through our Bug Bounty program, we and our partner companies invite ethical hackers to help us find these vulnerabilities, so that they can be fixed faster.

  • From IT graduate to software developer

    From IT graduate to software developer

    Thais, one of our Danish colleagues, is both a trained software engineer and a media scientist. The combination of the two educations has allowed him to tailor his competencies and put his personal touch on his work assignments as a Visma graduate. Read about his journey from IT graduate to software developer and engineer in Visma. 

  • How can robotics lift HR processes?

    How can robotics lift HR processes?

    Today, many of the processes within an HR department are administrative, repetitive work. Automation of HR processes can enable HR to spend more time on their core tasks: engaging, attracting and developing employees!

  • Are you exploring the opportunities in the Cloud?

    Cloud basics: Deployment models

    What is the difference between public cloud, private cloud, community cloud and hybrid cloud? And what are the benefits of the different types?

  • What projects do our Management Trainees take part in?

    What projects do our Management Trainees take part in?

    Every year, we welcome several Management Trainees that get to work on five exciting and business-critical projects throughout a year. We have talked to Axel, one of this year’s Management Trainees, about his experiences working on an acquisition project with the M&A department. 

  • Visma Summer Interns 2020

    Visma Summer Interns: Working in an empty office

    Every year, we invite a handful of interns to work with us during the summer. This year has naturally been a little different, with most of our employees working from home. So what has it been like for our summer interns this far?

  • How to become a customer-driven business

    How to become a customer-driven business

    Many companies claim to be customer-driven without having a conscious relationship to what it means. What actions can you take to become a customer-driven organisation and increase growth and profitability?

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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.