Cases - open source solutions
Magenta solves development and operational tasks for half of the Danish municipalities, and we are part of the OS2 community, which consists of the majority of the Danish municipalities. In Greenland, we have established a subsidiary, Magenta Greenland, and we offer a range of solutions for Greenlandic self-government, including the Greenlandic Shared Data Services.
We also supply IT systems to a number of Danish NGOs and private companies.
The University of Copenhagen has one of Denmark’s largest web portals, with over 500 subsites and more than 2000 web editors affiliated as users – the solution is an open source CMS and developed from scratch by Magenta.
The portal is the university’s primary external communication channel, and contains everything from online recruitment of students and staff to research dissemination, conference sites, department websites and much more.
When Parliamentary Ombudsman relaunched its website, the biggest challenge was to transfer most of the information from the old website to the new one.
Observand Database (ODA) is a solution for handling information about individuals in forensic psychiatric units. ODA complies with the EU Personal Data Regulation and protects against the misuse of sensitive personal data.
The security of IT is high on the agenda of Vordingborg Municipality. So, an effective solution to the GDPR challenge of securing personal data made the innovative bulbs light up.
OpenDesk realizes the vision of a system that provides the administrative employee with access to the necessary and relevant functions. It’s all wrapped up in a simple, intuitive, web-based user interface.
OS2bos was developed in close collaboration with Ballerup Municipality to digitize the procedures for grants in the field of children and young people. Paperwork, communication by e-mail and annual