All posts by Mikael Runhem

Pergite spins off the system to new subsidiary and streamline sales

For the last years, we have been busy developing, the QR based TMS (Things Management System).

The development started back in 2015 with the idea of how to make error reports super easy.
Over the years the system has begun to be used in various verticals, utilizing the powerful ease of use paired with rapid deployments.

Now, having gained market success, we have decided to put the system into a separate subsidiary: Rexidy AB.

Together with this, we have also signed a master distributor agreement with Blippaco AB.

With this, we are focusing on technical development (in Rexidy) and sales+customer projects (in Blippaco).

For more information visit

/Mikael Runhem, CEO, Pergite Software AB and Rexidy AB.

Pergite delivers Insurance Claim System for

We have been working with the development of a bespoke insurance claim system since January.

Yesterday the customer Alivia decided to go live, putting the new ALiSS system into action.

Aliss is developed to integrate with the insurance system Focus (by Jaycom).

We also made sure that Alivia selected Fortnox as the ERP system. This way we can fully automate invoices and provide financial reporting invoking data from both Focus and Fortnox.

Please visit for more information.

/Mikael Runhem

Pergite delivers DSP integration for Oracle Eloqua.

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Pergite and Infunnel have now integrated the new Mopedo DSP system with Oracles marketing automation platform Eloqua.

This makes it possible to use segments from  Eloqua in advertising campaigns without the risk of exposing the customer database.

Mopedo replaces the external uncontrolled DSP (Demand Side Platform) by supplying the advertiser with its own DSP, securely inside the firewall.

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A new live monitor showing the current ad bids is now in beta test.

For more information, please visit and

FreeBu Teams!

The first beta version of the new Teams function for FreeBu (our calendar sharing system) is now live.

With Teams it is easy to get a view of all team members calendars, even though the calendars reside in different systems (like Google Calendar, Office365, Apple iCal etc).

Like the previous Assistant role, you can let Team members book appointments directly in a Team member calendar.

Already a FreeBu user: Check out

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Tryout the Perpetus monitoring system and avoid embarrassment!

The Monitor screen has been made to mimic the Desmond Hume control panel in the "Lost" TV series . Note: The countdown numbers flips and turns red when they reached zero :-)
The Perpetus Monitor screen has been made to mimic the Desmond Hume control panel in the “Lost” TV series . Note: The countdown numbers flips and turns red when they reached zero 🙂

During the years we have had many systems going down. Perhaps due to lack of memory. Or due to a changed password. Or some service account being removed.
Most of these systems were quite easy to monitor, like “website x is down” or “disc y is running low on spac”e etc.

There are hundreds of monitoring systems to do this.

However, there were some “silent failures” (nonevents)  that was a bit harder to monitor. Like automatic imports/exports and reports sent out by email or text/sms.

Working with our Enecto systems we now ran into this problem again. Reports that were supposed to be delivered failed to be sent out by email. And nobody in our team noticed. Even though we copied ourselves on the daily report emails..

And when a customer finally called after a few days we were embarrassed and decided this would never happen again!

But how to monitor something that was supposed to happen?
But did’t?

After going through the whole internet we found some “dead mans switch” systems but these failed to meet our standards. Either too technical or too specialized.

So, being a small software company we built our own system.
We used one of my old domains, ( Perpetuus is Latin for “continuous, entire or universal”) and built a sort of egg clock system.
Step one is to create a monitor.
The monitor is basically a countdown timer that resets the countdown each time the monitor url is accessed
Or when the special email address for the monitor receives an email.

Simple monitor setup
Simple monitor setup

Also, we have something called Testament. This is the last will of the monitor and is the action/actions performed if the monitor countdown reaches zero.  Right now these actions can be sent as email or text/sms messages.

For our developer friends we also have a basic API that allows to create monitors on-the-fly 🙂

Ready to try Perpetus? Just log in at !

(During the Beta no credit card details are needed but alerts are limited to emails).

/Mikael Runhem, Pergite Software AB





Pergite delivers the Adxto PSP medical support system.

Pergite Software AB has now delivered the new Patient Support System (PSP) to Adxto. The system was launched at the annual Almedalen conference and is targeted at supporting patients with their pharmaceutical treatments.

Patients can join the support programs free of charge at or at a pharmacy.

A support program contains various activities, such as emails, text messages, questionaries and (in some programs) nurse calls.

On the backend of the system, all patient data is encrypted and submitted data is separated from the patient, protecting patient integrity and following regulations.

For the sponsoring farmaceutical companies there are graphs, reports and non-personal data.

The development of PSP was conducted as a rapid development project during two months by the Pergite Labs team.

For more information about Adxto PSP contact Helena Östregård, see for details.

/Mikael Runhem, Pergite Software AB, +46-708558899

Join the FreeBu beta test and get a low user account number :-)

We are now expanding the beta test of our new calendar sharing system FreeBu

Right now, we have just passed account number 75 so if you would like to be among the first 100 users, create your free-for-life account at !

Why use FreeBu?

Well, you can put links like “My calendar is available at in you email footer.

Or, you can create team links that show the availability of everyone in the team, regardless of what calendar system they are using (We support Google Calendar, Microsoft Office365 and Apple iCloud Calendar).

And, if you are a developer and would like to spend your time on building the ultimate Family Calendar app, please add /JSON at the end of the url.

Or, add your family members to get the /family to show you what is going on today in the calendars.

Or, if you would like to check the luch availability among your friends: Mark them as favorites and use /lunch.

Have fun!

Mikael Runhem