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InTech is awarded its 6th Great Place to Work® Label

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InTech is awarded its 6th Great Place to Work® Label

InTech is proud to keep its Best Workplaces™ Luxembourg status in the Large Companies with more than one hundred employees category for the sixth consecutive year in 2021, and this in a COVID19 pandemic situation.

The Great Place to Work® label is now internationally recognised, which has led InTech to repeat this survey every year since its first participation in 2016. In 2020, InTech has been on the podium at every ranking in Luxembourg and has also been selected in the TOP 50 best companies to work for in Europe.

This award is the result of a collaborative work philosophy and innovative governance choices that put employees at the centre of the company’s concerns.

“We are proud to receive the Great Place to Work® label again. This is the result of the strong commitment of our employees and the daily expectations of our management. I would like to thank all of them for their attachment to the company, as well as our clients for the trust they have placed in us by entrusting us with their projects”, says Fabrice Croiseaux, CEO of InTech…

Read the complete article on the IT NATION website.

Elasticity, the Main Advantage of the Cloud

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Elasticity, the Main Advantage of the Cloud

Whether SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, public, private or hybrid, the advantages of the Cloud are numerous and well-known. Among them, elasticity is probably the one that, when implemented, brings the most added value. We will illustrate its advantages and constraints through a concrete example.

A specific need arising from COVID

Supporting the universities and engineering schools of the Greater Region has been part of InTech’s DNA since its creation in 1996. So when, at just before the summer of 2020, we realised that it would not be possible to organise the student forums on-site at the beginning of the academic year starting in September, our employees mobilised to develop a tailor-made digital solution.
While a digital student day is similar to any other digital event, there are some specific features. Among them, the possibility of managing queues in real time. This seems simple from a functional point of view, but for a web architecture, it requires the implementation of a specific and scalable bidirectional communication infrastructure…

Read the entire article in the Grand Dossier Digital “Le Cloud, incontournable pour les entreprises” on the Paperjam website, described by Gregory Tordo, Director at InTech

A Technological Bridge between Start-ups and Key Accounts

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A Technological Bridge between Start-ups and Key Accounts

This is the ambition of InTech, a subsidiary of the POST Luxembourg group since 2014. By placing innovation at the heart of its strategy, the company has become over the years the spearhead of the digital revolution in Luxembourg. For Fabrice Croiseaux, its CEO, well-established companies and start-ups have much more to share than one might think. Interview.

What is your core business?

It’s the development of software platforms based on specifications provided mostly by customers. We work for key accounts, but also, and this is what makes us unique, for start-ups. We have thus supported a number of high-potential young companies such as Tokeny, a FinTech specialised in blockchain, VisitMe.Doctor, a teleconsultation and tele-expertise platform for health professionals and EarthLab, which offers innovative solutions combining Artificial Intelligence, Big Data technologies and remote detection…..

Read the complete article on LG Lëtzebuerger Gemengen website.

A Motivating Project, Serving A Commitment

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A Motivating Project, Serving A Commitment

InTech provides its expertise and resources to the NGO We are NOT Weapons of War. BackUp, a digital tool that supports victims of sexual violence related to armed conflict, collects valuable data and can be used as legal evidence for testimonies and reports. It will soon be launched internationally. A remarkable commitment from both sides!

Read the complete article on the Infogreen website

The InTech-Moovijob Partnership digitizes Recruitment!

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The InTech-Moovijob Partnership digitizes Recruitment!

There are no problems, there are only solutions. This sentence in itself can describe the alliance set up during the COVID-19 lockdown between the two Luxembourg companies. On the one hand, InTech, specialised in design and implementation of business solutions based on new technologies; on the other hand, Moovijob, a job offer website and leader in the organisation of recruitment events in the Grand Duchy. In only 3 months, these two companies have managed to digitize all the major recruitment events in the Greater Region thanks to a latest generation virtual platform.

Read the full article on the ITnation.lu website

and also on the websites Paperjam.lu, Lëtzbuerger Gemengen and Infogreen.

Why Cryptocurrencies are Soaring

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Why Cryptocurrencies are Soaring?

This has not escaped anyone, crypto-currencies prices have exploded in 2020 and continue to climb: +470% for bitcoin over a rolling year. Are there any underlying reasons or is it pure speculation? A quick analysis of the underlying economic fundamentals by Fabrice Croiseaux.

Passionate about digital culture and innovation, and convinced of the potential of blockchain technology, as he defines himself, the CEO of InTech, a subsidiary of Post, Fabrice Croiseaux, assists companies and administrations in using emerging technologies to create disruptive innovations. Carte blanche to explain the underlying economic fundamentals of bitcoin, which surpassed $50,000 for the first time on 16 February, and of the star cryptocurrencies.

Read the full article on Paperjam.lu website.

Innovation: Suffering or Exploiting Technology

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Innovation: Suffering or Exploiting Technology

Banks make extensive use of technology, they have many levers of innovation, and Fintech and regulators are forcing them to transform. Yet, banks still innovate relatively little. What are the reasons for this?

Today, more than ever, players in the banking sector are torn between two extremes: innovating to preserve their survival in an increasingly competitive environment and investing to guarantee their security and meet regulatory requirements. Whereas historically, regulators were mainly concerned with technological and economic security, they are now imposing, if not innovation, the obligation to open up their systems to encourage innovation by other players. The PSD2 directive, which regulates payment services, is a typical example.

Read the full article on the Paperjam.lu website.

Achieve fulfillment by exploring technology and by working for people development

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Achieve fulfillment by exploring technology and by working for people development

For the past three years, InTech has been exploring the new possibilities offered by technology by serving structures active in the field of social entrepreneurship. The approach, while maintaining a tenuous link with the company’s activity in the field of innovation, responds to the new aspirations expressed by its employees.

Read the complete article on website ITNation – extract from Trans-for-Nation Magazine of Winter 2020

The puzzle of innovation in the financial sector

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The puzzle of innovation in the financial sector

Technological innovation impacts all sectors of activity: media, transport, energy, trade, logistics… Surprisingly, the financial sector has not (yet) suffered a major disruption caused by technological innovation. What are the reasons for this? Can this happen? When can it happen?

Read complete article on website Paperjam by Fabrice Croiseaux