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Digital collaboration building your future



The ecosystem shares insights and deliver services enabling organisations and people to step on the digitalisation path.

Dynamic Integrations contributes to the ecosystem with the Chills backend, the digital toolbox and articles about various digitalisation topics. Ecosystem members explore digital opportunities for themselves and add their expertise to the ecosystem. We intend to create a future where work is a motivating, creative and a joyful experience.


Innovation Norway, an independent Norwegian State Department, supports our company with funds, knowledge and a European network. 

We received approval of our plans after a tough approval process. With their help, we deliver the Chills backend and ecosystem globally.

Innovation Norway will be a huge support for our further expansion, with legal, Intellectual Property, business development tools and consultancy. 

Innovation Norway– Norwegian state support for start-ups


Based on our PEST analysis we conclude that the entire world continuous to be in turmoil.


PEST analysis (political, economic, social and technological) describes a framework of macro-environmental factors used in the environmental scanning component of strategic management.


PEST is an external strategic analysis or doing market research, and gives an overview of the different macro-environmental factors to be taken into consideration. It is a strategic tool for understanding market growth or decline, business position, potential and direction for operations. Source: wikipedia 


There is an irreversible Political (power) shift going on from the West (US) to the East (China). This shift will cause major disturbances in the existing power balances and alliances from the 20st century. The new AIIB (Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank) where a new international financial alliance is formed, besides the IMF and the World Bank, but without the United States, is a very good example.


The fundamental problems resulting in the financial crises of 2008 are not yet dissolved which might lead to another crises. This uncertainty poses a threat to the global Economy. “To dissolve,” means implementing a structural change so the problem cannot emerge again. (Ref: Mabey C., et al., 2007, Managing Change 2nd edition, page 48.)
The continuous devaluation of currencies will eventually result in a currency war between nations. (Ref. Rickards J., 2012, Currency wars, The Making of the Next Global Crisis.)

The ongoing lowering of interest rates by national banks resulting in negative yield on state issued bonds. The policies of buying state issued bonds by the major global central banks in the world have contributed to unprecedented debt bubbles both private and corporate. A potential future raise in interest rates can cause payments on the debt to be unsustainable, let alone paying down on the debts towards responsible levels. 


The “Social contract” an individual has with a Society must be reviewed thoroughly. A new thought is the Universal Basic Income (UBI), where every person has a fixed basic income. Due to technological changes, there is no job guarantee what so ever. High schools and universities have no clear direction how to educate their students. Nobody knows which jobs become obsolete and when, and which new skills will be in demand for new emerging jobs. This uncertainty concerning jobs, job skills and the future in general might create social unrest.


Technology is the digital era’s main driver. Robots combined with Artificial Intelligence will be the result of various breakthroughs, totally changing our lives, the so-called disruptive changes. The link below shows the fields technology is affecting.

These changes again affect the business model of nearly every industry segment (Economic), the way Society functions and the governance of societies (Political)


Technology and service development enabling organisations and people to thrive in the digital era.


Our services our mutual ecosystem enable people to grow, cooperate and create. A fundamental thought behind our mission is equally distributed wealth according to Piketty’s insights.

Click TED to see Piketty’s talk


Our values supporting the mission:

•   Independence   

Making free choices without constraints imposed by others. 

•    Contemplate

Evaluate all options, discuss and research the information quality

•    Courage 
Decisions made in freedom will rock the status quo and demands courage to realise



An innovative culture supporting our values

•    Role based jobs
Giving people various roles in our organisation to gain insight in business coherence 

•    An open dialog
Everybody feels free sharing ideas and insights

•    Fail & Learn
Variety of tasks, projects & assignments, redefining failure as learning

•    Administrative Focus
An administrative approach to everything we do, achieving solid results

TED – stories worth telling
Network organisation – connections – expansion - independence


We see a future emerging where people from all over the world connect. Based on this and other insights we intend to stretch the Chills ecosystem globally.


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The Chills backend is built on low code technology combined with many other programming languages. The development is done with a German based firm birkle IT. We closely cooperate to develop new functionality and improve the Chills backend core.


Other partners deliver design, legal and accounting services. To scale quickly a low code ecosystem application is currently under development.


Dynamic Integrations is a Norwegian-Dutch enterprise, established in 2016 by the founders Bård Øvrebø and Fredrik de Vries.

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Bård Øvrebø


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Fredrik de Vries


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