We create a better tomorrow through technology

Established: 2022
Number of employees: 2500
Segment: Information technology
Customers: 8,000
Countries: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Lithuania


twoday was established in 2022 when 22 former Visma companies from the Visma Custom Solution division were separated from Visma. Visma Custom Solutions’ focus was on consultancy and IT solutions. The business model of a consultancy is quite different from Visma’s focus on standard SaaS software, and both parties felt at Visma and twoday would be even more successful as separate companies.

 Our name, twoday, shows our eagerness to work closely with customers and it reflects that we are always available, present and efficient. The “Two” in twoday represents partnership with customers and community among employees. “Two” also represents equality, teamwork and cooperation between people. “twoday” represents drive, presence, availability and trust to deliver on time.


With more than 2,500 employees and 8,000 customers, we are one of the largest tech consulting companies in the Nordics.  Every day we develop truly useful solutions that make people’s everyday lives a little easier. We have a broad range of competencies. Whether you’re looking for specialists who can boost your e-commerce or customize applications, experts in software development, data & analysis or digital marketing – you will find your team of skilled people at twoday. To put it simply, we help people create value in the complex landscape of digital transformation. 

Our people combine strong skills with drive, adaptability and a big heart. Leading the way in digital transformation is no easy task. That’s why we invest in learning and development.

We’re a forward thinking community that works with new and modern technology to solve today’s challenges and create a better future. Together, we make a difference today – and prepare ourselves, clients and society for what tomorrow will bring.



We use data-driven insights to improve existing solutions in the public and private sector. Implementing sustainable technology solutions can be based on this insight. It is rewarding to contribute with data-driven insight that positively impacts society.

For example we have helped property companies that need a better overview of their buildings. Based on this, we find ways to streamline and optimise how spaces are used. Several buildings are empty after working hours, and can be used for other activities so that there are fewer buildings that need heating, and you don’t have to build more than necessary. 

Another example, is how our solutions contributed to saving businesses and workplaces in a difficult time. When consumption patterns changed as a result of the pandemic, we used insights from data collection to see how stores could adapt their offering. That way they could continue to be profitable.