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Collabco reaches the Nordics with new Danish institution partnership

The partnership hopes to be a showcase for providing a seamless student experience on mobile devices.

Today Collabco announced that Danish University, Københavns Professionshøjskole (University College Copenhagen) have chosen myday by Collabco for their digital campus. Collabco is excited to partner with University College Copenhagen to provide the student portal and app to their 20,000 students, giving learners the ability to access information across any device, anytime, anywhere. Collabco were specifically selected on the strength of their product and its capabilities on mobile and browser as well as offering pilot access.

“Collabco is delighted to announce our partnership with our first Danish customer” says Daniel Taylor, Sales Director at Collabco “We’ve enjoyed working collaboratively with the project team at University College Copenhagen during the pilot phase and welcome their collaborative approach to delivering a leading student engagement experience.”

“We were looking at building a solution like myday from scratch but having spoken to Collabco at Online Educa Berlin (OEB) we saw the potential and that we could achieve something much quicker.


Students needed to have a place to find key information from all of the systems. We hadn’t had a mobile app before and myday offered us this as well as our main criteria; being able to test the system. We also liked that Collabco always gave us the time we needed and came to see us in person. We have already built up a good working relationship and we look forward to building upon it.” Says Louise Lindskov, Project Manager at Københavns Professionshøjskole.

  • The Københavns team were able to test the product before deciding if it fit their requirements which gave them and their students an insight into how myday meets their requirements. The team are especially excited about the ability to develop new features on the platform and have already taken advantage of the software to turn some ideas into reality.
  • Being simple and easy to use, the students are able to access the platform and navigate through it without requiring training or help.
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