Empowering
Organizations
to Digitize

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 - all code free.

Cases

Countless companies worldwide have already integrated DCR into their IT-system. You can read about some of the experiences which companies have expressed in regards to their use of DCR.

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Solutions

DCR is developed to meet the massive and steadily increasing need for better, faster and easier digitization of the knowledge workers' complex workflows and developing more user-supported IT systems and codefree solutions.

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PRODUCTS

DCR Solutions has developed a research-based tool called DCR to facilitate the complex workday of the knowledge workers. Like the GPS we guide knowledge workers dynamically...

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WHAT MAKES DCR SOLUTIONS DIFFERENT

Empower the Process Owner​

The simplicity of DCR and the code-free method empowers process owners to take full control of digitization.

Digitize in Hours not Weeks

The DCR makes it significantly faster to describe and digitize processes

10x Costs Savings

The code-free tool means no programming is required, which significantly reduces cost of digitization

Regulatory Compliance

Direct link between regulatory description, process models and IT-system logic ensures compliance​

Seamless System Integrations

Seamless integration to existing IT-systems ensure fast digitization and increased value of existing IT-investments

Dynamic Process Guidance

Providing digital guidance to the knowledge workers ensure optimal process flow​

Thomas Hildebrandt Professor at the University of Copenhagen

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.

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May 2019

DCR Graphs & KMD WorkZone

May 15 @ 08:00 - 09:00
KMD, Lautrupparken 40
Ballerup, 2750 Denmark
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How can technology support workflows affected by change and unpredictability? WorkZone is a cornerstone in KMD's international strategy and currently in growth. We're hosting a breakfast event on May 15th in Ballerup where you can emet some people behind the successful product. You will meet Thomas Hildebrandt, co-founder of DCR Graphs, and hear how DCR Graphs are applied in KMD Workzone.

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KL WORKSHOP: AGILE DIGITALIZATION OF WORKFLOWS

May 28 @ 10:00 - 16:00
Comwell Aarhus, Værkmestergade 2,
Aarhus, 8000 Denmark
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KL is conducting a workshop focusing on the highly topical subject: Digitalization of business processes and workflows. Methods and tools for agile digitalization will be presented, including the DCR Graphs. Organizations are always looking for improvements in how they work in order to increase efficiency and reduce errors. In recent decades, there has been a focus on modeling and automating well-structured and routine business processes. Today focus is not just on the structured workflows in…

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June 2019

CAiSE ’19, Rome

June 3 - June 7
Auditorium Antonianum, Viale Manzoni 1
Rome, 00185 Italy
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DCR Solutions are proud to announce that three articles mentions DCR graphs at CAiSE 19 in Rome: Discovering Responsibilities with Dynamic Condition Response Graphs by Viktorija Nekrasaite, Andrew Tristan Parli, Christoffer Olling Back and Tijs Slaats Fifty Shared of Green: How Informative is a Compliant Process Trace?, by Andrea Burratin, Giancarlo Guizzardi, Fabrizio M. Maggi and Marco Montali Evaluating the Understandability of Hybrid Process Model Representations Using Eye Tracking: First Insights by Amine Abbad Andaloussi,…

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  • DCR Graphs in several articles at CAiSE 2019 in Rome June 2, 2019- The DCR technology is mentioned in several research articles at Caise conference in June 2019 in Rome. Read more at https://www.caise19.it/ DCR graphs mentioned in three articles at the conference Discovering Responsibilities with Dynamic Condition Response Graphs by Viktorija Nekrasaite, Andrew Tristan Parli, Christoffer Olling Back and Tijs Slaats Fifty Shared of Green: How Informative is a Compliant Process Trace?, by Andrea Burratin, Giancarlo Guizzardi, Fabrizio M. Maggi and Marco Montali Evaluating the Understandability of […]
  • Researchers use artificial intelligense to improve case work in Danish municipalities March 23, 2019- Rektor Martin Zachariasen from IT University mentions how DCR Solutions assist case workers in Danish municipalities using artificial intelligence. Read more.
  • Kommunernes It-Arkitekturråd (It-architecture council of Local Government Denmark) emphasizes EcoKnow as an interesting project January 11, 2018- When the It-architecture council was gathered for the 24th time, the machine learning topic where high on the agenda. The council finds three projects of particular interest, including the “EcoKnow” project and the underlying technology, DCR Graphs, used to develop navigation systems supporting the changeable legislation. The council has an interest in the Ecoknow project as it illustrates the big potential of machine learning, and how it can make public case management systems more effective […]
  • KMD uses new technology from ITU to give flexibility to government knowledge workers June 6, 2017- Professor Thomas Hildebrandt DCR (Dynamic Condition Response) enables the possibility of gradually making knowledge work digital. In regards to knowledge work there’s an enormous economic potential in converting to digital form and the prospects of specifying work procedure by utilizing DCR is huge. I often compare DCR technology with an app like Google Maps, which is able to find a route dynamically regardless of your position or goal and ensure that you follow the rules. […]
  • Converting knowledge work into digital form is possible May 3, 2017- Source not available Professor Thomas Hildebrandt DCR (Dynamic Condition Response) enables the possibility of gradually making knowledge work digital. In regards to knowledge work there’s an enormous economic potential in converting to digital form and the prospects of specifying work procedure by utilizing DCR is huge. I often compare DCR technology with an app like Google Maps, which is able to find a route dynamically regardless of your position or goal and ensure that you […]

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DCR are used so far by municipalities, public authorities, banking companies, insurance, manufacturing, service and IT-companies on five continents.