Axians Customer Stories
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CNHi: Graincam Mobile app
Axians developed a sustainable application for CNH Industrial Zedelgem. A great example of how technology and digitalization contribute to productivity and an efficient process in precision agriculture.
Geldof: Intuitive and user-friendly web application for material requests
Om misverstanden en frustraties bij het aanvragen en versturen van materiaal te vermijden, werd voor de klant een webapplicatie, ‘eShop’ ontwikkeld. Verschillende integraties en de intuïtieve en gebruiksvriendelijke user interface zorgen ervoor dat alle communicatie gestroomlijnd verloopt.
Verjo: tailor-made E-learning platform
Being a publisher with primary expertise in the field of drivers licenses, Verjo & Wees Wegwijs required a future proof way to ensure that they can provide and publish the best content available to both drivers schools and students alike. Axians has built an eLearning platform tailor made for driver’s license education.
Paperless guiding system for Quality control in pharma
Axians designed and developed a tracking application in collaboration with a renowned pharmaceutical company. It’s a Tracking and Reporting Software solution that offers the operators on the production floor guidance and instructions during the setup and the preparation steps of filling lines and formulation tanks.
CNHi: Harvest Coordination app
CNH industrial is specialized in agricultural vehicles. In collaboration with CNHi, Axians designed the Harvest Coordination app, a mobile application that simplifies coordination during the harvesting process for all parties, including the contractors.
Bednet: remote schooling system
When children or students fall ill for a duration of longer than two weeks, they can use the services of Bednet. This organization supplies the necessary means to both classroom and child so that the child can virtually join the classroom from the hospital, his home, bed, … Axians has built an application for Bednet that allows children to connect to their class through a mobile unit, or “kiosk”.