Globally recommended technology
In 2020 Gartner recommended Ortelius globally as key vendor of digital twin technology. Gartner: “Ortelius can handle new or changed data, but does not only change this in the mapping, but also in the feeding data component. This is a rarely seen exceptional capability that makes the Ortelius’digital twin technology truly dynamic.”
We apply our world class modelling skills and generic information models at the businesses of our numerous customers in-and outside Scandinavia. We have a growing customer-base with many household names and are continuously expanding our footprint at our customers. The best proof of providing added value.
Our invention: the inorigo® platform
Invented by the world’s most experienced business architects when there was no solution available on the market. A unique solution for creating a true reflection of a business environment, including depicting complex connections. Created with the vision of helping companies increase their market value utilizing digital twin technology. And when desired, evolving their business through continuous transformation.
“Gartner recommends Ortelius”
We leverage our customers’ collective capability to see where things are heading and how to get there first, with technology and purpose driven methodology to imagine the possible and turn it into reality.
What to expect
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What’s in a name?
In 16th century Abraham Ortelius became the first cartographer in history to ever create an atlas of the world. His work was prized for its accuracy and for unifying cartographers on the mapping standard by creating a true model of the physical world.
Just like Abraham Ortelius’ standardized approach for maps led to the most valued publication of his time, a true reflection of your business with Ortelius’ digital twin technology will ensure your competitiveness and optimize your market value. Why not start with twinning your product portfolio, or your competences and discover unknown opportunities?