At Kruso, 2017 has been a blast - we have expanded with two new offices in Aarhus and Malmo, and welcomed 20 new clients.
We have been fighting every day to successfully bring new exciting solutions to life for all our new and existing clients – opting the game of digital transformation. In example Denmarks largest event portal for Ældresagen, a new global platform for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a global commerce solution for Siteimprove or DOT’s new webshop.
Of course, we would like to celebrate this and thank all our clients for strong teamwork!
Over the year, we have strengthened our competencies and services, especially within digital strategy, commerce and not least public digitalization. We have welcomed more than 30 new colleagues, and today we can count more than 60 employees across our three offices.
Curious about more details? Then check out some of the exciting new cases below. Some already launched, others waiting to see the light in 2018.
The projects contain both global B2B commerce platforms for clients like Nordlock, 3Shape and Siteimprove, as well as large complex solutions with a high degree of data-driven service design developed for KL and Aarhus Kommune.
We have just been chosen as KL's new digital supplier. A collaboration that we are looking forward to already in the beginning of 2018. KL needs a new and more user-friendly website in a modern design that is more recipient-oriented and manageable. In addition, increased security is highly prioritized. Read more.
Coop has ambitious growth plans for their membership programs, and when we got this task, the premise was set: In just three weeks a new solution should be ready. The task was to define, develop, test and launch a new sign up feature, which has improved the user experience and design. Read more.
We are currently working on developing a hybrid app, which can be used by animal parks or tourist attractions, so they can present their content in a innovative and smart way. Using Bluetooth Beacons, the app will detect what content it should display. In this way, the attractions can achieve an innovative digitalization of their content.
Nord-Lock is the leading supplier of bolts for products like wind turbines, high-speed trains and slides to businesses like NASA and Siemens. Our collaboration with Nord-Lock started in early 2017 with a progressive web app, which can calculate the correct torque, built in Umbraco CMS. In 2018, we will provide Nord Lock with a permanent team, which will launch, among other things, their new global B2B commerce platform, built in Episerver. The collaboration also offers many other exciting tasks this year.
AMU-Fyn has chosen Kruso as the supplier of their new Umbraco solution, which will improve the user experience for current and future students. We are currently working with the initial UX and design phases, and we begin the development of their new solution in the beginning of 2018.
We are proud to be chosen as a digital partner for one of Denmark's fastest growing companies. 3Shape manufactures 3D scanning software and devices for the dental industry. At the moment, we are working on a new and improved B2B webshop, which is targeted at both companies and retailers. Read more.
We designed and developed DOT's new website and webshop, which has become a success among their customers. The challenge was to build an uncomplicated online shopping experience that could integrate complex product data - in three months. Today, DOT's customers can purchase a range of tickets in one single shop, despite the fact that the products are from three individual companies. Read more.
We have developed a new online commerce platform for Siteimprove, which was launched in April. This is the first version of Siteimprove's global commerce platform, including a new website, user registration flow, and a new account management department. Siteimprove's new platform is being implemented in more than 12 countries, and our role is to maintain and drive the development of the platform. Read more.
In cooperation with Aarhus Kommune, we are actively working on introducing the new aarhus.dk. The new site must be up to date, both on the design front and the new data protection requirements for GDPR. It is a task that will offer a lot of integrations, and especially focus on data protection. Aarhus Kommune’s new platform is being built in the specially developed OpenPublic Web.