We analyze the customer’s needs, challenges, and ideas for the new system, after which we discuss potential solutions that will fit the customer’s business processes, procedures, and existing IT systems.
We work closely with the customer to develop ideas and define an approach that will deliver a lasting solution. We then create a short requirements specification, which can be fine-tuned during the iterative development process.
To align goals and expectations, we develop either a prototype or presentation (mock-up), which gives the customer an impression of the content and functionality of the final solution.
We involve the customer throughout the design and development process, which is essential for a successful end product.
We play an active role in the setup and implementation of the final system at the customer site, and we offer introductory courses and training for key staff.
Once the system has been implemented, we are always ready to accommodate requests from our customers for additional functionality, increased capacity, etc.
Software Developer & Owner
VAT: DK 33 499 299
Versio ApS was founded by Nikolaj Westergaard in 2011.
Nikolaj creates solutions within system development, cloud computing and infrastructure for companies, organizations, associations, and more.
In-depth knowledge of: Java, SOA, Node JS, Web Services (RESTful and WS-* Standards), SQL, Graph Databases, Cloud Computing, Linux and PHP.
Experience gained as a software developer in companies within IT development, the pharmaceutical industry, webshops (e-business) and wind energy.
Design/development projects include systems for data collection, monitoring and fault-finding of wind turbines, transport tracking and temperature monitoring; databases for travel guides and recruitment; ERP, project and case management within fish farming; customer processing and CRM; EDI management; and control of industrial scales with data collection and integration with other systems.
Versio partners with a network of specialists within IT, and brings together the resources needed to meet the task in hand–whatever the scope and complexity.