Trace: Unifying complex systems as a trusted technology partner

Trace is a Swedish company that’s tackling the challenges of planning, traceability, and responsibility in the construction industry using advances in distributed ledger technology (DLT).
Trace: Unifying complex systems as a trusted technology partner
Metergram took the time to fully understand our vision and craft it into an effective solution. Their team excels on all levels – strategic thinking, technical skills, and it is also just great to work with them.
Cent Gustafsson


For several years, Trace has been in an innovation phase, building prototypes and testing technologies and suppliers. In 2020, they decided it was time to act on their insights.

Trace needed a technology partner that could work with the several applications that were already in production, develop a new system, and create a plan that would unite all systems.


As their primary technology partner, our overarching goal was to run a collaborative guided process that would support Trace in narrowing down the details of their new system

How we did it?
How we did it?
Evaluation of frameworks, cloud providers and technology stacks
Creation of criterion matrix mapping technology choices against scalability, data portability and modularity
Prototyping with Kubernetes, microservice models, message queue systems and database engines



Together with our client, we decided on a serverless architecture in AWS that provides excellent support for all the most important criteria on the matrix.

We’re now building a multi-tenant SaaS platform where all micro-applications can be run separately but also gather seamlessly in a common interface.

Thanks to this solid technical foundation, Trace has been able to test prototypes for UX and UI. With the architecture ready and a technical roadmap for 2021/2022, Trace finally has a clear picture of the unification of all systems.

Trace: Unifying complex systems as a trusted technology partner
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A prominent Charge Point Operator (CPO) platform offering a comprehensive Charging Station Management System (CSMS) faced the challenge of expanding its service reach and streamlining connectivity with multiple e-Mobility Service Providers (eMSPs). The goal was to harness existing roaming capabilities to expose its network to a wider user base efficiently. Despite having direct connections to eMSPs via OCPI, the client sought to enhance its roaming capabilities through a strategic integration with a leading EV roaming hub.

Seamless Integration of Driivz with ERP for Enhanced Charge Point Management

A prominent Charge Point Operator (CPO), approached Metergram with a complex challenge. They wanted to integrate their Charging Station Management System (CSMS), Driivz, with their existing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. This integration was crucial for streamlining billing, accounting, and invoicing processes, and enabling enhancements in operational efficiency, customer service, and strategic decision-making.

Smart Lighting in Sweden

Proptech solutions that connect IoT devices to applications, dashboards and online portals, are currently in high demand. This allows users to access devices in their properties remotely, manipulate the settings or switch them on or off. Metergram’s software engineers are well-versed in device-level application programming, which is evident through the success of one of our latest projects for one of our clients. The client is BRIKKS, a property management platform employed mainly in the Swedish real estate market. The platform enables tenants and owners to efficiently manage their properties remotely.
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