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Some examples of our projects

Multiple functionnal devices suggesting that we ensure hardware accountability.

Ensuring hardware accountability

Multiple funtionnal keys suggesting a media playlist manager.

Jazzy Playlist Manager

Solution cube extracted from a rubik's cube suggesting customized development for dynamic reports generation.

Dynamic reports generation

Art Of Cooking sprl (retail)

Asset and IT management

We offer benefits to ensure accountability for all hardware (workstations, servers, network equipment, storage, backup and printing, etc.), software and information system.

This responsibility applies to all entities (headquarters, offices, shops, etc.) and includes:

  • anticipating changes imposed by the strategy of the company, changes in the context, changes in laws
  • assisting IT project management in the company
  • supporting projects with providers (possibly internal)
  • administering databases and application servers
  • cash register configuration and installation

Comtoyou sprl (sensorial marketing)

Jazzy Playlist Manager

Comtoyou has a huge audio files library from which files are selected (picked up) to be copied to broadcast stations (players) in place at customer's sites. Comtoyou now has a custom application - Jazzy - based on metadata to manage the synchronization of players with the appropriate files in this library.

The application allows defining playlists and players per customer. Defining themes of audio streaming in a playlist is conceived like the definition of folders and sub-folders on a hard disk (hierarchical structure).

Atlas Copco (manufacturing)

Customized development for dynamic reports generation

As part of a business intelligence solution, reports in Word and PDF format must be generated dynamically from a web interface.

In collaboration with SAS® Institute, we developed a solution generating customizable sections of document containing tables and well-designed graphs.

Data are stored in an SQL Server, computed by SAS®, and processed by a solution involving OpenXML.