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.
SELISE rockin’ software, an innovative Swiss venture teams up with US Skateboarding Elites to build a unique App called FlipMob that combines high class algorithm design with latest MEMS hardware and brings it into the most hyped action sports of the past two decades: Skateboarding.
SELISE rockin’ software engagiert Elite der amerikanischen Skateboard Szene, um eine einzigartige App namens FlipMob zu vermarkten. Die App kombiniert hochwertiges Algorithmen-Design mit der neuesten MEMS Hardware und verbindet das ganze mit dem grössten Action Sport der letzten zwei Jahrzehnte: Skateboarden.
investiere.ch is an example of how modern software can revolutionize the venture capital market. In Spring 2012, SELISE was given the opportunity to become a software development partner of the investiere.ch crew (https://www.investiere.ch/impressum). The following blog post explains this interesting and innovative business model.
SELISE proudly presents its first enterprise software business case delivered to a leading system provider in the SELISE home market Switzerland. With our core development team we have been building a software configuration and deployment studio solution for the hardware devices embedded in public transport. The technology of choice has been Microsoft .NET along with the latest versions of WPF, Prism, MEF and WCF. The still ongoing project is run based on agile SDLC within a distributed team environment and has been initiated in April 2011.