Digital transformation is high on the agenda in many organisations. Today, more than ever, organisations understand that “Digital” goes beyond apps, UX or the front-side in general. To enable that “Digital Story” a strong back-end execution capability is needed, aligned to the new digital front organisations are building. LoQutus and Vlerick business school wrote a Red book on 'Designing information-driven business'. Including a framework which will in on 4 components deemed important to create value from information management.
LoQutus helps organizations to manage, analyze, share and secure their information. Using innovative technology. In collaboration with best-in-class partners.
Competent information management, that is LoQutus. As an experienced coach we guide dynamic and ambitious organizations – both in private and public sectors – through a digital transformation process. From design, development and implementation up to the adoption phase. Our experts help IT and business excel in innovative challenges. Thanks to our pragmatic approach, holistic vision and very complete service we really help companies to innovate.
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In this blog post I want to highlight a very simple yet powerful integration pattern: the notification pattern. The reason why it's not often used is because it does not map requirements one-to-one (and let’s be honest, it's also more complex than a simple point-to-point connection).
AT KIND & GEZIN, THE PRAGMATIC AND GOAL-DRIVEN CASE ANALYSIS BY LOQUTUS OUTLINES NEW CASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR IMPROVED INFORMATION SHARING AND PROCESS AUTOMATION
Kind & Gezin (K&G), together with external partners, establishes ‘Huizen van het Kind’ to support local families with children. Its ‘Huizen van het Kind’ programme is now in full swing in Flanders and Brussels. However, K&G had not found a suitable case management system yet to manage its start-up efforts and carry on business, including management of the application process for accreditation and subsidies by prospective ‘Huizen van het Kind’ participants.
FROM CHIMPS TO CHAMP - GHENT PORT COMPANY OPTIMISES INFORMATION MANAGEMENT WITH LOQUTUS
As a limited liability company under public law, Port of Ghent has to assume various managerial responsibilities to safeguard a consistent day-to-day operation of the port. In practice, it makes sure the required infrastructure is in place to enable the smooth operation of both the shipping and goods traffic.
Ghent Port Company has many responsibilities including those for the rights, security and environmental licenses. All involve substantial administration and invoicing and of the 160 employees, 125 of them are directly involved with these daily requirements.
LOQUTUS AND MÖBIUS SUPPORT VYGON TO IMPROVE INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS AND CREATE A MORE COHESIVE? UNIFIED ORGANISATION
Vygon is a leading global player in the field of single-use medical and surgical equipment, with a strong emphasis on product innovation, development and reliability. Made up of 26 independent affiliates across the globe, the company is seeking to improve communication and cohesion between the affiliates and promote a stronger sense of belonging to a single group among employees. LoQutus collaborated with its parent company Möbius, a specialist in supply chain management, to create a bespoke digital platform for Vygon that would support them in this venture.