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EBRC is 14 years old and now tackles a new chapter in its history. Only a small start-up at the beginning, the company has become a centre of excellence in the management of sensitive information in Europe. "It is now time to move on to the next level," says Yves Reding, CEO of EBRC.
A travers ce numéro spécial, EBRC vous informe :
- de ses dernières évolutions et projets
- de ses réalisations marquantes en 2014 avec ses clients e-Payment, e-Industry, e-Health & BioTech
- ainsi que de l’accélération de son développement international.
In order to ensure the performance and security of its innovative solutions for the transmission of financial and regulatory information, KNEIP has transformed its ICT systems, entrusting EBRC with the management of the infrastructure and the associated services.
Eight years have passed since EBRC started operating the first Tier IV certified Data Centre in Luxembourg (certification granted by the Uptime Institute). Today, out of five Data Centres operated by the company, 2 more have been certified; thus making Luxembourg the country with the largest number of Tier IV certified Data Centres worldwide: a fact rendering EBRC proud and representing a prestigious business card internationally for the Grand Duchy.
Cashcloud, concentrated innovation boosted by EBRC's ICT Trusted Services Europe, receives the 2014 Banking IT Innovation AwardNovember 18, 2014
During the Business Engineering Forum recently held in St. Gallen, Switzerland, cashcloud AG, a start-up based in Luxembourg that created the mobile eWallet “cashcloud” was awarded the 2014 Banking IT Innovation Award. Cashcloud convinced the jury with its "visionary implementation" and features "that reach far beyond the typical elements of a traditional eWallet". This year the Banking IT Innovation Awards 2014 were given to cashcloud, Commerzbank, Fidor Bank and UBS.
For a long time the IT industry has had to rely on technology providers without any real justification beyond the simple need to replace tools that become obsolete too quickly. Accelerated by the crisis, business has become the first area of concern, but so have time-to-market, agility, risk management, and especially the creation of value through differentiation, in other words... innovation.
Daniel Chatelain is the founder of "The BayPay Forum", a platform of which EBRC has recently become a partner. We meet him upon his return from San Francisco where he hosted a two-day conference dedicated to mobile applications with members of the banking and finance industry. What he took away from this event is that in Silicon Valley, a trend is emerging around the integration of systems based on APIs for the purpose of big data and advanced analytics, with the stated goal of bringing new services to businesses and consumers.
The operational teams of EBRC now represent over 100 highly developed skills. They're different profiles but a common concern: service and customer satisfaction. For Yves Reding, CEO, quality and proximity are an advantage, a differentiator when compared to the practices of international business giants.