The global telco sector is renowned for selling complex products in an environment that is continuously being shaped and reshaped. This dynamism stems primarily from two unique factors. On one hand we have the continuous influx of innovative and disruptive solutions; on the other hand, we have major players constantly trying to outwit each other by crafting the better offer for their customers.
The Swiss Life Group is one of Europe’s leading insurance providers. With its global insurance business headquartered in Luxembourg, the company aimed at connecting its Network partners around the globe digitally. A layer of digital correspondence would make relevant business information accessible from any device, any location and at any given moment.
ABOUT RUF Since its inception in 1917, Ruf (http://www.ruf.ch/en/) has established itself as a Swiss brand that prides on high quality automation, innovation and data security. One of Ruf’s core branches, Ruf Informatik, offers full-fledged E-Government solutions for entities ranging from regulatory authorities, counties and districts to social institutions, schools and even churches. Such sector-specific solutions tailor-made for private enterprises complement Ruf’s portfolio.
An ETH Zurich based “Spin Off” named Parquery has collaborated with SELISE in order to deliver their product, a computer vision based system for monitoring on-street parking occupancy. This Smart City application helps cities optimize their on-street parking administration and enforcement while at the same time making parking spot availability accessible through a web-based application.
SELISE has always considered its proximity to the startup industry one of its core differentiators. Its recent partnership with JetQuote is yet another contribution to that sector. JetQuote promotes a platform that lets users charter a private jet instantly using their mobile devices or a web application.
Rapid Application Development (RAD) is the combined outcome of today’s most prominent software development tools, API’s and SDK’s and the naked agile philosophy. The New Venture industry has gladly embraced this catalytic approach for faster innovation. SELISE rockin’ software heavily promotes the RAD approach when working on new systems because of its proximity to the market. Multinational corporations and government agencies are experiencing wonders by allowing their IT managers to implement RAD as a means to innovation. SELISE CEO, Julian Weber covered these business implications in his recent conference contribution on Corporate Innovation through Rapid Application Development.
SELISE Software Engineer Jonayet Hossain and his team RenoScience have crafted the winning innovation for the visually impaired, at this years Make-a-thon, an international hardware development competition. E-Braille is designed to make life easier for the visually impaired and states an excellent example of how the right blend of technology, creativity and youthful enthusiasm can lead to great innovations.
A particular Asian government recently faced a severe problem that required immediate attention- it was a matter that affected over 10 million of its emigrating citizens- one pertaining to the issuing of national passports. The call for IT integration beckoned as the two private System Integration Solution Providers, who had previously collaborated on the same project, were now undergoing legal disputes.
Since its inception in 1917, Ruf has established itself as a Swiss brand that prides on high quality automation, innovation and data security. One of Ruf’s core branches, Ruf Informatik, offers fully fledged E-Government solutions for entities ranging from regulatory authorities, counties and districts to social institutions, schools and even churches. Such sector-specific solutions tailor-made for private enterprises complement Ruf’s portfolio.