Christina Nielsen


Affility and beyond…
Long time collaborator, Louise Juhl, now Founding Partner at Affiinity – working to optimize the digital lead generation towards the B2B channel – was introduced to Presuno and loved it. You don’t have to take our word for it – here’s part of her post from LinkedIn:

‘I need to use tools that connect customers through online touchpoints and through their digital customer journey. This could very much be a new tool to use. Creating a feeling of togetherness – close to what you can have in a real face-to-face situation. You don’t need an entire TV crew or big technical setup. The tool can live stream directly from an app – whaaaat!
Well, you have to see it to really get the full experience.

Read the LinkedIn post here.


After a long and exhausting journey through the Corona pandemic with restrictions and lock downs, the optimism and eagerness to explore new solutions is finally blossoming. And so is our partnership with Royal Jelling. Vi have been spending the lock down developing and adding new features to Presuno and Royal Jelling is ready to start implementation of the tool for education purposes and online tours for audiences outside the borders of Denmark. In this specific case, a high school class learning about the Strones of Jelling and Harald Blåtand.

Have a look and join the first 10 minutes of the tour.


A short status before we go on a well-deserved Christmas holiday break. We are nearing the end of our new focus area for the media world and expect to continue to be able to deliver this in the beginning of 2022. However, it also means that we have postponed the plans for an actual public app in the App Store a little more. The focus is 100% on the professional segment, and it will continue to be so in 2022.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


With our eyes fixed on our new focus area in the media world, we are making the App and Admin interface simpler on the surface. In practice, however, this means more complexity under the hood, so that we in turn can remove complexity for the users of the system (above the hood). It is now possible for us to turn features on and off depending on the user group, so that our customers in the media world get exactly the features they need. We expect to be ready with this new setup during January.


We have had some really good and successful user test at the museums over the last year, i.a. from the Jelling Museum. Now we have shifted our focus and our laser gaze onto our new target group in the media world. During the last few weeks, we have had some extensive planning sessions to map changes to both the app and admin interface. We will expand the entire core of the system, with options to customize Presuno – both the app and admin interface, so we can turn features on and off, and only show exactly the features that are needed, depending on the target group. This allows us to use Presuno for different segments, whether we offer it to the media world, museums, influencers or otherwise.


Summertime is near! We plan to release our Presuno Android and iOS app during July. At the same time, we will release our updated backend! – so close, so warm, so hot! Have a great summer everybody…


The iOS app is taking shape. Our app development team is really accelerating, and working hard to perfect the iOS app. Just like the Android app, this will bring better quality and lower bandwidth requirements to the end user. And at the same time make for a better experience for the presenter and guides.


We will soon be releasing the android app. After months of testing and bug fixing, we are now very close to an Android release date. This also means release of the new backend and user frontend that supports one merged feed, with lower bandwidth requirements and higher streaming quality.


Wow, we are now moving fast! This week, we will be ready for internal testing of our guide app on Android. Next step will be the iOS App. Then, we will go onto public testing with our large team of beta testers. Remember that you can sign up as a beta tester if you want to help.

Kronborg Castle

Kronborg Castle is perhaps most famous all over the world for forming the setting of Hamlet, but in fact the castle has an impressive and rich history dating back to 1420