The tech company that facilitates decision-making
Who are we?
Our values: Smart, Passion, Trust
Admincontrol was founded in Norway in 2005. We now number almost 100 employees with premises in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, the UK and the Netherlands. We became part of the Visma group in 2017.
What do we offer?
A smart and secure collaboration platform for decision-makers
Through our cloud-based solution, users can efficiently access, share, discuss and act on business-critical information.
Who uses us?
Board work and due diligence
Admincontrol is used for board work and due diligence by many of the listed, private and state-owned enterprises in the markets where we operate. Companies both large and small enjoy the benefits of Admincontrol’s board portals and data rooms.
Security in focus
Your business-critical documents are safe with us
For Admincontrol, security and privacy are at the centre of everything we do; in developing our solutions, as much as in day-to-day operations and activities.
Admincontrol is ISO 27001:2013 and SOC 2 Type II certified.
A fast-growing technology company
With a unique culture and team spirit
This is a place where employees genuinely care about each other, while focusing on building strong professional teams. Employee satisfaction is measured at 5.5. on a scale of 1-6. That says a lot! Visit our career centre to see our vacancies and sign up for updates.View vacancies
Proud partner of Sabona
Self-help aid in Zimbabwe
Admincontrol has been a Sabona partner since 2012 and has contributed to Sabona’s establishing of food stations, a maternity clinic and development centre in Matabeleland North in Zimbabwe.Visit Sabona
+47 909 89 532
From our blog
Why boards now need to put long-term focus on employee welfare
The role of the board has changed a lot in recent times. After years of bad publicity over corporate governance, traditional supervisory boards with little external accountability have given way to new entities that set values, create standards, and are more responsible for strategic direction than they used to be.
How to manage an increasingly remote organisation
In the wake of Covid-19, most businesses are not considering a large-scale return to the office until 2021. Many organisations are also thinking about changing the way they work permanently. They want to offer staff more flexibility to boost morale, increase productivity, and reduce office overheads and property costs at the same time