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Doccle interview in Trends



The Flemish business magazine Trends published an interview with Bram Lerouge on the progress and impact of Doccle.  Doccle will have its trial run on October 15th.

Doccle is a digital platform created by Acerta, Telenet and CM.  It provides its customers with centralized and easy-access storage and management of all kinds of documents such as paycheques (Acerta), refund overviews (CM) or telecom invoices (Telenet). As there will be an enormous amount of users, an innovative and flexible user-interface is of high importance.  Therefore Ixor is very proud to be part of this revolutionary project for the development of user-friendly interfaces and solutions.

 
Hello bank!


Ixor is glad to have been part of the BNP Paribas Group-team launching Hello bank!, the first 100% digital, mobile bank in Europe.

Hello bank! is a new approach to banking, designed to meet the needs of European clients for a FAST, EASY, ALWAYS-ON mobile and internet banking service.
Launching today in Belgium and Germany followed shortly by France and Italy, Hello bank! aims to attract 1.4 million clients within five years.


www.hellobank.be

 
Centric

Ixor is proud to have been part of the development of CENTRIC, BNP Paribas' new, integrated, multi-product, application-based platform. Providing corporate clients with seamless access to a comprehensive range of electronic transaction banking, FX (foreign exchange) and research products and services, CENTRIC launches in Hong Kong and Singapore before rolling out across Asia-Pacific and further afield.

CENTRIC has been developed to give corporate clients complete control of all their treasury business operations from a single platform. Utilising market-leading technology, CENTRIC combines intuitive widget functionality with a range of front-to-back transaction banking and flow product applications including cash management, trade finance, FX hedging, research products and services.

The addition of the platform further expands BNP Paribas’ existing suite of electronic products and services available to clients; it goes beyond increased efficiency by providing corporate clients with choice in managing their risk, optimising liquidity and ensuring they remain in complete control of their underlying treasury business operations.

Eric Raynaud, Chief Executive Officer, Asia-Pacific at BNP Paribas, said “The launch of CENTRIC represents another significant step forward in the provision of products and services to our corporate clients and underpins our commitment to the Asia-Pacific region in support of our strategic growth plans. The corporate market is a key pillar of our business and, through the provision of CENTRIC, we can continue to support the diverse, evolving needs of our local and multi-national client base.”

 
Doccle interview on Kanaal Z

The Flemish Business TV-channel “Kanaal Z” aired a short interview about Doccle with the Doccle Chairman, Karel Plasmans. He states that Doccle plans a full production release as of July (September at the latest).  Also, the target of extending the platform to 7 or 8 senders by the end of 2013 is announced.

Doccle is a digital platform created by Acerta, Telenet and CM.  It provides its customers with centralized and easy-access storage and management of all kinds of documents such as paycheques (Acerta), refund overviews (CM) or telecom invoices (Telenet). As there will be an enormous amount of users, an innovative and flexible user-interface is of high importance.  Therefore Ixor is very proud to be part of this revolutionary project for the development of user-friendly interfaces and solutions.

 
Ghent’s public transport more fluent with adaptive ramp metering

Recently a new traffic control system was launched in view of making the access for the tram more fluent on the crossroads Kortrijksepoortstraat with the Ghent Ring.  During rush hour, the car traffic congestions blocked the tram access.  This is now resolved with new infrastructure and adaptive ramp metering, designed by Ixor.

Whenever congestion occurs, the system automatically influences traffic lights to mitigate approaching traffic streams and give way to the tram. The system also activates signs to inhibit cut-through driving and shows information messages on the LED-signs of the traffic management system of the city of Ghent.


Ixor is very proud to be part of this project for which it created the user interface and the steering of the active road signs.

Read more : Press release Wegen & Verkeer

 
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