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Subsidy payment system based on Business Central

We’re pleased to announce that we have just signed a contract with the Danish Agriculture Agency for the development of their new subsidy payment system in collaboration with twoday A/S. The project is also known as TUS 3.
Apr 12, 2024 9:03:05 AM twoday Group

The Danish Agriculture Agency is a public agency that supports political goals regarding green transition and the development of agriculture. The agency employs approximately 1400 employees spread across eight locations in Denmark and has one of the largest IT departments in the country. The Danish Agriculture Agency falls under Denmark’s Ministry of Food, Agriculture, and Fisheries.

The agreement between twoday and the Danish Agriculture Agency has a value of an amount in the double-digit million range for the contract period. It's the largest fixed-price project for twoday to date.

Better future for Danish agriculture

TUS 3 will be used to distribute billions of subsidy crowns annually to farmers, landowners, and researchers. Therefore, the system will play a crucial role in the daily work of Danish Agriculture Agency employees. We're proud that we – together with our colleagues at twoday A/S – can contribute to ensuring an efficient and up-to-date payment system that makes a difference for the Danish Agriculture Agency’s thousands of employees and customers.  

At twoday, we have the expertise necessary to bid for large and complex IT projects like the one at the Danish Agriculture Agency. The new TUS 3 system is based on Business Central, and our strength in software development and ERP solutions will be crucial in creating the right solution. In general, we will draw on many of the different competencies that our employees have.  

One of twoday RelateIT’s largest projects

The Danish Agriculture Agency currently operates on an older AX solution with some customizations. Fortunately, they quickly became convinced that Business Central is the best and most efficient solution for the price. 

We cannot avoid some development on the solution, and therefore, the Business Central implementation accounts for 80-90% of the entire project.

For us twoday RelateIT alone, approximately 21,000 hours of delivery are planned in connection with the implementation of the latest version of Business Central, which will be hosted in the state’s IT data center. This provides an opportunity for a lot of new learning, as we will be cut off from using some of the solutions we're used to.

Although it will be an on-premises solution, it will be operated with the same requirements as in Business Central Cloud, which is why the solution needs to be upgraded after 18 months. 

Building a new team from scratch

Such a large project will require a lot of effort. Currently, we're building a new team in Lithuania, and together with our colleagues in Denmark, we're starting the development of the Business Central platform for an agro-agency. The project is of significant scope – with at least two years of active programming planned.  

What makes the project so interesting? We're starting it from scratch – assembling a new team, making technical decisions here and now, so it's a great opportunity to showcase your skills and learn something new. We use the latest BC versions, follow best practices, and work in an international team. 
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