Building on our long heritage of delivering innovative solutions with our Scandinavian clients, our Copenhagen office is the hub from which we provide local knowledge and expertise to mainland Northern Europe.From here we collaborate with your teams, ensuring open and timely communication from initial engagement, maintaining a clear focus on your business needs to ensure successful outcomes.
Current vacancies in Copenhagen
Some of our work in Northern Europe
Scaling-up with a small-scale team
During a period of significant expansion at Saxo Bank, Scott Logic proactively recommended an agile and low-cost approach to improving the scalability of a key platform for its customers, and implemented the new architecture at pace.
Nord Pool is Europe’s leading power market, delivering efficient, simple and secure trading across Europe. Our UX team designed a new mobile app to showcase their energy market prices, managing all technical and commercial aspects of delivery, including beta-testing, submission to the App Store, and creation of a clear landing page to encourage download.
Rabobank is an international financial services provider serving approximately 8.7 million clients around the world. Our consultants worked with their London IT Department as part of its transformation to DevOps, to develop a solid model that would improve performance, and build a more cohesive culture of collaboration and communication.
“Being Head of Consultancy is like developing a software system but now you’re nurturing clients, putting the right teams together, and delivering solutions that, fingers crossed, delight. But instead of one work stream, it's 20 client outcomes with me sitting across them all, ensuring each one delivers.”
“I really enjoyed the interview process itself. It felt more like an opportunity for me to show who I actually was, instead of being expected to adopt some kind of super-formal persona in order to tick the right corporate boxes.”
“I have now been at Scott Logic for over eight years instead of making like a typical dev and job-hopping every couple of years. My reason for staying is simple: I have been on a definite path since the day I joined in 2012 after graduating from university.”