We are officially back after the summer holiday, the third quarter has come and gone, and a lot of things has happened in Asseco Denmark. In August we threw our annual race Asseco Run. Yet again, family and friends were invited to King’s Garden where running, drinks and good food had the crowd entertained all night. The race was a huge success and the winning team managed to run the almost 15-kilometre-long baton-race in 01:09:56.
As mentioned before the summer, we were able to send all our consultants on vacation with the knowledge that their contracts had been extended throughout the rest of the year. Furthermore, we have hired a new consultant, who has started an assignment at Ørsted from September.
Our marketing department has spent the last quarter preparing our new website which has received quite the face lift. Our back end has been updated and the website has become more dynamic while reflecting our new identity much better. We are looking forward to the launch in week 42.
Our InsureControl department has had the pleasure of welcoming a new student worker. Toke Ull Harremoës started in October and has been introduced to our Solvency II solution and the extra hands are very welcome. We are happy to be able to reveal that we have had a huge extention on our SII solution with Alm. Brand as they have merged with CODAN and is now one united insurance concern.
Simultaneously our Projects department has their hands full with our DCSA contract and collaboration with AncoTrans. A few of our colleagues are taking a trip in week 43 to The Netherlands to strengthen the bond with DCSA, who are located in Amsterdam.
The big news in Asseco Denmark is that we are among the companies which have been allocated funding through SMV:Eksport, which Virksomhedsprogrammet is responsible for. We are about to start distributing our solutions in Germany. It is a large project where several people from Asseco Denmark across departments and qualifications have been chosen to create the specific team responsible for this project. We are thrilled to get started on the project and see what it brings with it.