Posts Tagged ‘ICT’

01 Synergy to Exhibit at ICT Expo Hong Kong 2012

April 9th, 2012

Team 01 Synergy is excited and looking forward to participate in the 9th edition of HKTDC International ICT Expo. The HKTDC International ICT Expo is a powerful leading Asian trade event, linking information and communications technology product and service providers with buyers from around the world. More than 570 exhibitors from all over the world will showcase their latest products and solutions at the fair. Group pavilions include representatives from Australia, Canada, the Chinese mainland, India, the Philippines and Taiwan. We cordially invite you to visit us. Our booth number is 3G-E28 in Hall 3.


The main points of focus for this event will be:

  • Mobile Software Development
  • Rich Internet Application Development
  • E-Commerce Solutions
  • Legacy Application Re-Engineering
  • Custom Software Application Development
  • Consultancy
  • QA & Testing
  • Offshore IT Staffing

As a software development company, 01 Synergy has always provided innovative & cost effective solutions to its clients helping them to stay ahead of their competitors. 01 Synergy has also successfully maintained the trend of delivering superior quality applications to the clients in a timely fashion.

Drop by our stand 3G-E28 in Hall 3 and speak with us about your technology needs and lets discuss on how we can help you.

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ICT program for otherly abled

November 3rd, 2011

In a bid to turn the concept of ‘Digital Inclusion’ programme a reality, by empowering all students in the State in using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools, the IT@School Project has planned to introduce specific programs for differentially-abled students. As the first step, the training module for teachers has been developed using the free software application Gcompris.

�The Project has already imparted ICT training to all visually challenged teachers in the state using the free software ORCA and the achievement had fetched special appreciation from Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt of India.

�IT@School Project has customized the free software-based application GCompris exclusively for the program for differentially abled students, by which a total of 119 activities have been incorporated under eight sections. Using the software, it is possible to provide specific topics relating to physical and psychological conditions of individual students.

�The module comprises various educational activities enabling the student to learn by seeing, hearing, touching and reading. Students with differential capabilities would be able to learn ICT through this software irrespective of their physical limitations, a press statement here said.

�“Through this training using the customized software, differential capabilities found in students such as lack of memory, attention loss, lack of hand-eye coordination etc could be overcome significantly, enabling those students to learn and develop much better. The software GCompris has been packed with activities infusing reading materials, numericals, colours etc along with different games to help students who are hearing impaired, visually challenged, orthopaedically handicapped etc”, said K Anvar Sadath, Executive Director, IT@School Project, in a press release.

�The learning process has been designed in such a way as to facilitate psychological growth for students playing different games. The narrations and letters have been made available in Malayalam. The module, which encourages reading, calculations, puzzles, creation of maps etc, would be made use of in training the teachers from schools with the differentially abled students.

�The Project would also extend these resources to MHRD so that similar students of other States also can benefit. The innovative module of this training programme has been developed by the Malappuram team of IT@School.


155 million euro ICT orders in Germany, Switzerland and Southeast Asia

October 6th, 2011

GImtech N.V. (IM-AE, technical services provider in Europe) announces that it recently obtained a large number of new orders in the German and Swiss ICT markets, as well as in the fast-growing Southeast Asian ICT market. The orders represent a total value of some 155 million euro.

Imtech CEO René van der Bruggen: ‘Imtech’s ICT strategic focus lies on integral ICT solutions with strong added value in the specialist ICT fields of Business Intelligence, Data Centre Technology, Managed Services and ERP software. One reason why we are able to deliver this strong added value is our close collaboration with global market leaders like IBM, Microsoft and Cisco. Germany, Switzerland and Southeast Asia each offer positive economic conditions. In these markets, our strategic focus has generated extra growth. The new orders, which primarily relate to new ICT market segments, are an excellent case in point.’

Leading partner in new, fast growing ICT market segments and ICT niches
Imtech is represented in the German ICT market by Fritz & Macziol, a full subsidiary of Imtech ICT that is one of the larger players in the German ICT market. This Imtech subsidiary, which has enjoyed strong growth in recent years, is also active in Switzerland and Southeast Asia. The primary focus of Imtech’s overall ICT strategy is on new, fast growing ICT market segments and ICT niches.

Orders in new German ICT market markets
An excellent example of the firm’s activities in new segments of the ICT market is Cloud Computing, in which shared, configurable networks, applications, servers, data storage facilities and additional IT services are offered to customers, eliminating the need for them to invest in these matters themselves. This in turn generates recurring business, in which work is carried out on a continual basis for a growing group of customers. New services like PaaS (Platform as a Service), IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) and SaaS (Software as a Service) are provided to customers in this fashion.

Another example is Managed Services. To offer these services, a separate IT domain named Managed Dienstware® was set up in Germany, which is used to support customers’ business-critical software applications.

Imtech also focuses on the development of innovative functionalities like Unified Communications and Collaboration, which are utilised to promote communication within and between communities in the context of ‘New Way of Working’ and the use of social media. To ensure the security and continuity of the aforementioned services, Imtech also helps customers to set up and optimise their Data Centres and ICT infrastructure.

Recent orders in these new ICT market segments include the pharmaceutical company Merck Pharma, the German railway operator Deutsche Bahn and the food company Edeka.

The market for Business Intelligence services and products is extremely dynamic. It centres on data relating to production and process flow and the measurement of organisations’ financial performance. Imtech offers a distinctive solution: Imtech Control®, also known as STAS Control®. Over 50 new customers, including the German energy specialist RWE, have currently adopted this innovative software. Imtech also distinguishes itself by supplying NEO Mobile Suite – a range of mobile SAP applications – to new clients, like SMA Solar Technology and Viessmann.

Strong growth in financial public-sector software in Switzerland
Imtech (the business unit Infoma®) is also a leading player in the German and Swiss markets for software solutions in the area of public-sector financial services. The modular Microsoft Dynamics NAV software package ‘newsystem® kommunal’ was developed to offer an integrated, comprehensive solution for both traditional cash accounting and new public-sector accounting, reporting and budgeting. In Germany alone, this ICT application is already being used by 800 customers. The town of Baden-Baden has placed a major new order. In Switzerland, last year 60 Swiss municipalities and regional networks joined this innovative solution. On top of this, the Swiss canton of Graubünden was recently welcomed as a new customer, placing a new order of some substance. These new business relationships generate spin-offs with extra orders in the area of Document Management and Business Intelligence.

Strong growth in Southeast Asia
In Southeast Asia, Imtech recently acquired the 100% interest in F&M Asia, a subsidiary of Fritz & Macziol. F&M Asia, which has local offices in Manila and Singapore, operates in a fast-growing market. A share of its revenue is based on offshoring, in which IT-related tasks for Imtech customers in Europe are handled via a remote service. New contracts were signed with, among others, Globe Telecom and SM Shoemart.


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