Based on many years of research, we have developed an IT solution that makes it considerably easier and faster to digitize business processes and develop IT systems. Systems which to a much greater extent than seen before are able to support the complex workday of the knowledge workers.
DCR Solutions is an innovative Danish IT company with ambitions and a strong will to revolutionize the world market for digitizing knowledge work and setting a new standard for it with our research-based IT solution DCR.
DCR is a research-based tool to facilitate the complex workday of the knowledge workers and at the same time reduce IT development time.
”DCR revolutionizes the way you digitize business processes today and it has now finally become possible to provide knowledge workers with complete IT systems that support their reality. In the same way as car drivers’ lives have been revolutionized using the GPS, the workday of the knowledge workers can become much more effective because they are guided step by step in their work process until they reach the goal.”
For the second year in a row, The Department of Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen is hosting a conference focusing on successful public IT-projects, where you get the chance to learn more about the topic based on a number of concrete case examples. Thomas Hildebrandt, professor and head of the Software, Data, People and Society Section at Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen and co-inventor of DCR Graphs, will do a presentation about the DCR tool and the…Find out more »
The annual BPM (Business Process Management) conference will in 2018 take place at the University of Technology in Sydney where DCR Solutions once again will be present. DCR Solutions will be represented by a strong team this year including Morten Marquard, CEO at DCR Solutions, Søren Debois, Thomas Hildebrandt and Tijs Slaats, Associate Professors at the IT University of Copenhagen. Further information about DCR presentations coming soon! BPM 2018 The conference is the 16th conference in a series that provides…Find out more »
Welcome to the 6th workshop on ACM and other non-workflow approaches to BPM The sign of our time is the amazing speed with which changes in the business world happen. This requires from the enterprises of today, and even more of the future to become agile, e.g. capable of adjusting themselves to changes in the surrounding world. Agility requires focus being moved from optimization to collaboration and creativity. At the same time, current process thinking is continuing to be preoccupied with the issue of…Find out more »