What is the problem here? Denmark has had more than its share of bungled it-systems – but as far as I have understood, then specially designed software systems are often recipes for disaster. Anyway, I’ll just note that it-blogger Dorthe Toft argues that Danes in general – always a people of traders – and Danish authorities in particular are good at saving money and selling stuff but lacking when it comes to hard-core hacking competences. But it is true that the Danish debate over “creativity” more often than not focuses on presenting and selling stuff and less on the scientific and vocational underpinnings.
Maybe we should get the Estonians on the job?