AMPLEXOR featured at the Digital Workplace Convention in Brussels

25 October 2016

AMPLEXOR was one of the companies featured at the Digital Workplace Convention, organized by Agoria in Brussels, last 25 October.

The event gathered around 170 participants under the theme “Turning Information Chaos and Silos into Information Opportunity and Collaboration”, showcasing more than 20 speakers across 5 different programme tracks. The aim was to provide powerful insights and best practices on how to offer agile and reliable information and collaboration strategies and help businesses to engage better with employees, customers and stakeholders.

 

AMPLEXOR’s successful implementation of digital insurance underwriting with Alfresco at Credendo Group was the case study featured for the topic “Process & Deliver Information” and was presented by our customers Olivier Lambertyn, Team Leader of the Underwriting Department, and Steven Deneir, Project & Portfolio Manager at Credendo Group.

As a European trade insurance group present across the continent, Credendo Group is active in all trade credit insurance sectors, providing a range of products that cover risks worldwide. To streamline the evaluation process for new requests, AMPLEXOR helped Delcredere | Ducroire, a member of the Credendo Group, move from paper to digital administration.

“This project went exceedingly well, and there were many reasons for this. I believe it was due to several factors, such as the thorough preparation of the workflow and RFP by Delcredere | Ducroire, the highly skilled analysis by AMPLEXOR, the enthusiasm, technical knowledge, professional attitude, and necessary flexibility of the on-site team, the professional project management and clear communication from our side, as well as the support from Delcredere | Ducroire management”, said Steven Deneir.

The conference closed with an entertaining and informative Keynote address by Atle Skjekkeland, Senior Vice President of the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM), about “The Future of Information Management”.