“Xylos made sure the right infrastructure is set up in the Azure Cloud, with solutions like Azure IoT Edge to capture the data, Azure data Lake to store the data and Azure Data Bricks to analyze the data.”
Etex dismantled its physical data centre in Kapelle-op-den-Bos and migrated to the cloud. With IT service provider Xylos’ help, this migration happened flawlessly.
“If you want to convince the outside world of the benefits of digitisation and the cloud, you need to integrate these concepts into your own business as much as possible”
“Xylos had installed our hardware already and has been our trusted infrastructure partner for several years. Thanks to this experience, their proposal was perfectly tailored to our needs."
Xylos’ FAITH audit is a quick, general screening of the IT environment. It’s not just about the servers, storage and systems, though – it includes much more.
Xylos worked with the company to create a unique Internet of Things environment in which underground sensors carry out measurements in the water pipes.
Productize’s engineers developed the bicycle’s ‘brain’: they were responsible for developing the hardware, writing the firmware and they assisted COWBOY during the entire concept development process.
“With OASE, our employees can find the answer to their Office-related questions themselves. Our number of service desk tickets has dropped drastically.”
E-learning shows Brussels Airport technicians shafts and underground tunnels before they can enter them
By the end of 2017, Brussels Airport Company will start to use an interactive online training developed by Neo.
The IBM Lotus Notes software that the former Bank Degroof was working with was ready for replacement. The IT department opted for Microsoft Exchange Server.
A few years ago, food company Vandemoortele decided to move its entire have-and-hold IT to a private cloud in an external data centre.
For Carglass, Lotus Notes offered too little in the way of possibilities and innovation, while technical support imposed a heavy burden on the IT department.
Manufacturer SABCA wants to adequately protect itself against data loss. Generally, however, it is the computer users who are seen as the weak link in the security chain, and for this reason SABCA called on Xylos to set up an awareness course.
The Foreign Trade Association represents over 1,900 retailers, importers and brands worldwide. The organisation promotes the values of international trade and sustainable supply chains via trainings and workshops, and monitoring processes.
Crelan is surfing on the wave of digitisation too. Mobile banking has recently become easier for customers, and the staff also benefit from the innovation.
Pharmacy Group Multipharma has resolutely chosen for the ‘New World of Work’, partly so it can communicate more easily with its 300 sales outlets in Belgium.
When Engie – Global Energy Management introduced new Office 365 applications such as SharePoint, Yammer and Skype for Business, employees immediately started asking the technical department lots of practical questions.
When Reynaers Aluminium’s telephone exchange had become well and truly outdated, the window and door frame manufacturer realised it was time to evolve to a new system that supported mobile working.
Together with Neo, Febelfin Academy has developed two online courses to meet the needs of credit intermediaries to follow in-service training wherever and whenever they want.
The pharmaceutical company Febelco teamed up with Xylos to create iConnect, their internal digital toolbox.
After an introductory meeting with ESAS, Neo came up with a solution and demo using the HoloLens. That demo convinced ESAS to carry out a proof of concept with two technicians and two experts.
"There are many markets in which customer experience could be improved. The products and services for the energy market of private households are also insufficiently geared to users, and that's a mistake."