PwC and Ardoq enter partnership

PwC and Ardoq have entered a non-commercial partnership. With this partnership, PwC has strengthened its toolbox with a world class documentation platform that can be adapted to its clients’ varying documentation requirements without subjecting them to huge frameworks or complicated standards.

Thanks to Ardoq’s collaborative features and interactive visualizations, PwC can deliver even greater value to its clients. The partnership is the result of several successful projects in which PwC has utilized Ardoq to solve specific customer challenges that have required a feature-rich documentation platform.

In a recent architecture and program management project for a Nordic mail and logistics company, the client chose Ardoq’s cloud solution to create dynamic project documentation. Ardoq allows multiple stakeholders to collaborate on mapping project phases and milestones, then enabling them to set up custom visualizations to accommodate for their exact requirements. These visualizations combine properties and dependencies to communicate efficiently to the various business entities how and when specific project milestones will impact on them.

Ardoq gains great value from PwC’s domain expertise, expansive experience, and in-depth insight into customer needs.


“We have found that Ardoq is a lightweight and flexible application that can be adapted to meet our customers’ project requirements. We look forward to working with Ardoq on bringing this time-saving application to life. It’s fun to work with too.”

Jan Fredrik Stoveland-Alfsen. Senior Manager, PwC

“We’re very proud that a recognized Professional Services Firm such as PwC sees the value and market potential in Ardoq. We believe that this partnership will provide value for their projects, for our product development efforts, but most of all for customers who can tap into the shared competencies and offerings of both firms. We’re really excited about this!”

Magnus Valmot. CEO, Ardoq

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Capgemini partnership takes aim at GDPR readiness

Capgemini partnership announced

Oslo, February 28, 2017

Technology consulting company Capgemini Norway will leverage the Ardoq platform to document and support projects ranging from digital transformation to GDPR readiness by implementing security by design.

Capgemini has one of the most experienced architect communities in the world. They have delivered incredible value to their clients by transforming their digital visions into coherent architectures.

GDPR Readiness

Read about Ardoq’s GDPR compliance documentation capabilities

In May 2018, a new data privacy regulation called the GDPR will go into effect. At that point, any business that collects or processes user data in the EU will be subject to the regulation, and the steep associated fines. The regulation marks a broadened scope of European digital privacy laws, which will soon apply to businesses outside the EU.

In anticipation of this, both Capgemini and Ardoq have prioritized providing services for GDPR audit readiness. With Capgemini’s seasoned consulting expertise and Ardoq’s agile approach to capturing business insights, the companies hope their new partnership will result in valuable insights for their customers’ preparations towards GDPR readiness.

As the result of collaborating on the first GDPR projects Ardoq and Capgemini have developed a standardized package which can be rolled out rapidly to new and existing customers. Capgemini is working on a standard set of guiding materials that will support stakeholders to share insights into their current status in regards to GDPR compliance. This GDPR readiness package is an evolving collaboration between Ardoq and Capgemini.


“Working with Ardoq over the last 12 months has been an eye-opener. The level of insight we get by using Ardoq helps us to understand and discuss our concerns in a meaningful way.

Using my experience in security and architecture to support the evolution of Ardoq has been a tremendous journey. I have started to realize many years of ideas – to make information security by design, and to derive security goals directly from business goals. Having everything documented and up-to-date in Ardoq has been a game changer for helping enterprise and security architects communicate with CxOs.”

Thorbjørn Ellefsen, Cybersecurity Lead, Capgemini Norway

“We’ve worked closely with Capgemini for a long time, and they have provided invaluable insight into customer needs. We’re very excited to enter into a formal partnership with them, and look forward to continuing our relationship.”

Magnulf Pilskog, CEO & Co-founder, Ardoq

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Magnulf Pilskog, Co-founder & CEO
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Mexia and Ardoq announce partnership


Oslo and Brisbane, 14th November 2016 – Mexia, an award-winning digital and integration advisory company in Australia, and Ardoq, Norwegian SaaS provider, signed a partnership agreement.

Mexia is an award-winning Australian digital integration consultancy company. They have had consistent growth year after year and recognition in the BRW Fast 100 for 3 years in a row. Starting out as BizTalk integration specialists, Mexia’s offerings have grown to include digital transformation consulting, business process transformation, digital & API strategy enablement, and deriving data insights from IoT systems.

Mexia plans to use Ardoq to visually document and illustrate as-is/to-be scenarios to their clients, and to lay a foundation of dynamic, collaborative systems documentation for those clients to build on. The ability to design flexible data models in Ardoq will help Mexia adapt to the various use cases and industries they work with.

“Ardoq is the next generation of architecture documentation. It balances the right amount of structure and control needed to describe complex software against the need for team based collaboration and sharing. Customers know our software is of high quality when they receive the rich documentation that we provide to them.” – Lee Simpson. Practice Lead, Mexia

“We are very excited to have been endorsed by such a remarkable player in its field. In Mexia, Ardoq has found a local ally to help us establish a presence in a new market.” – Eric Kloster. VP Customer Success, Ardoq

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Magnulf Pilskog
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Ardoq signs deal with renewable energy company Agder Energi


Kristiansand, 14th October – Agder Energi, Norway’s fourth largest energy producer, will use Ardoq to document its ICT architecture.

Agder Energi will build an Enterprise repository in Ardoq, containing all the various components of its architecture, in order to let Ardoq visualize the dependencies between them. This documentation will cover integrations, applications, information objects, as well as infrastructure.

“How we do it today, using a series of different solutions for our ICT documentation, merely gives us a limited overview. We’ve chosen Ardoq to document, in a much simpler way, integrations and dependencies in our ICT architecture.” – Dag Efjestad. ICT Architect, Agder Energi

About Agder Energi:

Agder Energi’s vision is to be a leading player within renewable energy. The group’s activities include production, distribution and reselling of energy, as well as energy-related services. 100% of the energy produced by Agder Energi is renewable, 99% of which is from hydropower sources. Agder Energi’s district heating system serves 190 000 customers in the South of Norway. Agder Energi employs 1 580 people and has its head office in Kristiansand, Norway.

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Magnulf Pilskog
+47 975 97 978

Award-winning law firm RPC chooses Ardoq

Oslo, 13th July – RPC, a leading international commercial law firm, will use Ardoq’s SaaS solution to document their business architecture.


Sporting goods retailer Gresvig chooses Ardoq

Oslo, 20th April 2016 – Gresvig AS, a leading sporting goods retailer in Norway, will use Ardoq’s SaaS solution to document its e-commerce architecture.