Anders started as a developer in 2013 and showed great insight into understanding the customer’s needs. Therefore, Anders makes always sure that the projects reach their goals safely and on time. He is development manager of Uptime Development A/S in Denmark now and have experience in both programming and business knowledge. So, he knows exactly how to give the best solution to business clients.
With the application AQClients360, Danish banks have a new intelligent tool for assessing customers. Through smart utilization of data and algorithms, the software supports the customer risk management.
The new tool for banks has been launched by AQRisk. Just a few years after company founder and director Morten Virenfeldt got the idea for the application, a number of Danish banks have already implemented the new tool. Among others, Frøs Sparekasse, Sparekassen Thy, Salling Bank and Fynske Bank are using AQClients360. 18 Danish banks are expected to use the platform by the end of the year, and international scaling is planned from 2021.
When the computer game club Comma contacted developers of Uptime and offered to participate in their CS:GO e-sports tournament, it didn’t take long – the team got together quickly and for the first time in this composition for a new battle. The risk paid off – after a tense competition in the finals, such well-known Estonian players as Bolt and Telia teams were left behind.
Äripäev’s annual TOP of the most successful Estonian IT companies has published and Uptime reached a high fourth place there based on the 2019 economic indicators.
Last year was the most successful for the Uptime Group ever, which gave it a good place among other IT companies. In addition to Estonian offices in Tallinn and Tartu, foreign offices also performed very well. More than half of the turnover came from outside Estonia. The largest export market was Norway, followed by Denmark and other markets on a smaller scale.
Last year was the most successful for the Uptime Group ever. Economic results grew both in Estonia and in other countries, more than half of the turnover came from outside Estonia. The largest export market was Norway, followed by Denmark and the remaining markets on a smaller scale.
Heidi Kogres, who has worked in different software development teams for 17 years, appreciates variations and various topics, and as a team leader she likes to be deeply involved in software development projects at the same time as an analyst and project manager. She is also not afraid of small disputes or disagreements to get the best solution that everyone is happy with in the end.
At Uptime, it is tradition to bring together people who have worked for the company for more than five years to go out somewhere and do something fun and educational together. This time 5+ developers went on an off-road trip with UAZ cars. This adventure can also be called a good teamwork exercise, because it is necessary to plan your journey wisely when taking checkpoints. Currently, Uptime has 24 people who have worked for the company for more than 5 years.
Pärnu Financial Conference held at August 27-28, financial managers and specialists gathered to spend two useful days listening to the necessary presentations and also finding new contacts. Uptime was present to share recommendations for choosing a development partner. Many new contacts were made, too for further cooperation.