The challenge: selecting and implementing a new IT architecture specifically tailored to loan transactions
An international bank was sourcing a loan transactions application capable of meeting statutory and supervisory requirements. Defined objectives included optimised support and leaner processes.

The solution: implementation of a new lending system that takes individual requirements into account
Once a needs analysis had been performed, the main focus in this case was on integrating existing applications into a new IT architecture. The solution involved a modular structure composed of standardised components, in order to map individual loan processes in optimised form. Data also needed to be migrated from the previous system, in addition to training the administrators.
Documentation of the newly implemented processes was also required, in the form of a written set of rules and procedures.

The challenge: designing and developing software for stock market transactions
To assert itself against competitors and secure key competitive advantages, a major British organisation was looking for a software developer for stock market transactions. In addition to actual development of the software, it was also necessary to integrate it into the company's IT systems.

The solution: developing and customising a bespoke software solution
After placement of the order and in-depth needs analysis, the decision came down in favour of developing a new, bespoke software solution. This was the most cost-efficient option for the client. For trading software in these dimensions, IT security was also of crucial importance. Initial tests were conducted after the design and development phase, followed by fine tuning in the beta phase. The project also involved installing and configuring the software and training the administrators.

The challenge: designing and implementing an IT structure
A major French company in the mechanical engineering industry was battling with an outdated IT structure. Implementing a new IT structure was imperative if productivity was to be maintained.

The solution: from needs analysis to after-sales support
After placement of the order, the initial situation was analysed and a list of requirements was compiled. In addition to establishing a new IT structure, it was also necessary to take the fusion of various business units into consideration. The needs of different user groups also had to be taken into account. The new IT structure was implemented in several phases, to ensure that ongoing operations could continue. Once the test phase was completed, the focus then switched to application management, guidance and support.

The challenge: technical implementation of an application at all company locations
A group with Europe-wide operations was looking for a consultant for harmonised implementation of shared services at the various European locations.

The solution: rolling out a standardised PC workplace throughout Europe
The challenge in this case was first and foremost to provide advice and support in selecting the software. A detailed recommendation for management was prepared. The next step involved planning programs until the highly heterogeneous systems in use were replaced with the roll-out of a standardised PC workplace for all of Europe. It was also necessary to test various applications for compatibility, in order to ensure long-term stability of the system.