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Visa Claims Resolution

Brussels, Belgium (2018). It can take up to 100 days to resolve a chargeback, which means for a merchant over 3 months worrying about the disputed transaction. This is why Visa released in April 2018 its new global dispute resolution process: Visa Claims Resolution (VCR). As a consequence, all disputes are now moderated by Visa’s automated tool Visa Resolve Online (VROL). Objective is to cut down on time, cost, and the number of overall chargebacks a merchant receives. Learn more


CBK software

CBK softwareBrussels, Belgium (2017). CBK is a chargeback processing software provided by FIS, which resolves disputed transactions while minimizing fraud loss. CBK is implemented at major banks and card processing centers, offers one single interface to cover all types of exception processing problems, cutting down operational costs, ensuring real financial control and relieving users from repetitive and highly time-consuming tasks to focus on decision making. Learn more


VWFS México

VWFS México

Puebla, Mexico (2015). In this project, we are gathering and analyzing both business processes and requirements expressed by Volkswagen Financial Services (VWFS) México for the implementation of Miles, which is a flexible end-to-end software for automotive finance, leasing, fleet and mobility management. This requirement gathering and analysis (RGA) phase is a necessary step to determine the needs, or conditions to meet, for a customized implementation of Miles in Mexico. Learn more


Miles software

Miles software

Ghent, Belgium (2015). Miles is a flexible end-to-end software for automotive finance, leasing, fleet and mobility management provided by Sofico. Main customers are leasing companies, car brands and banks. Software delivery projects consist of several phases: preparation, definition (i.e. analysis of the requirements), implementation (i.e. translation of requirements into a solution), system integration and user acceptance testings, go-live and post go-live. Learn more


Brufodebat

Brufodebat (project)Brussels, Belgium (2014). Brufodebat is a cycle of trainings-debates organized by Bruxelles Environment (IBGE) and whose main themes are the liberalization of energy markets, the social energy guidance, the rational use of energy and the structural measures to improve the energy efficiency of both buildings and equipments. These trainings are for social workers involved in the issues of energy poverty in Brussels and take place in the form of basic and advanced modules. Learn more


UREBA Exceptionnel

UREBA Exceptionnel (project)Jambes, Belgium (2013). The UREBA Exceptionnel subsidies are subsidies granted by the Walloon Region (BE) for the execution of works, such as the purchase and installation of materials or equipment, aiming to improve the energy efficiency and the rational use of energy in buildings. These subsidies are intended for persons of public law and non-commercial organisations, such as municipalities, schools, hospitals, swimming pools and community services. Learn more


APIFRESH

APIFRESH (project)Madrid, Spain (2012). The competitiveness of the European beekeeping sector is progressively falling due to the reduction of production as a direct consequence of the decrease in bee population. In addition, beekeeping products from countries with lower quality standards are gaining market share in Europe through an unfair competition. Furthermore, there is a current lack of standards at European level for certain bee products like pollen and royal jelly. Learn more


GIMIAS framework

GIMIAS frameworkBarcelona, Spain (2011). GIMIAS (Graphical Interface for Medical Image Analysis and Simulation) is a workflow-oriented environment for solving advanced biomedical image computing and individualized simulation problems, which is extensible through the development of problem-specific plugins. In addition, GIMIAS provides an open source framework for efficient development of research and clinical software prototypes while allowing business-friendly technology transfer. Learn more


Regional appearance

Regional appearanceSophia-Antipolis, France (2011). In this work, we present a novel appearance prior for model-based image segmentation. This appearance prior, denoted as Multimodal Prior Appearance Model (MPAM), is built upon an unsupervised clustering of intensity profiles. Unlike classical approaches based on Principal Component Analysis (PCA), the clustering is considered as regional because intensity profiles are classified for each mesh and not for each vertex. Learn more


3D Anatomical Human

3D Anatomical Human (project)Geneva, Switzerland (2010). The 3D Anatomical Human (3DAH) project is a EU Marie Curie Research and Training Network (RTN). The objective is to increase the development of technologies and knowledge around virtual representations of the human body for interactive medical applications. More specifically, the network aims at developing realistic functional 3D models of the human musculoskeletal system, the methodology being demonstrated on the lower limb. Learn more


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