MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwired - Jan. 31, 2017) - Alphinat (TSX VENTURE:NPA) is pleased to announce that the government of France has exercised its options to extend the use of SmartGuide to deliver digital government services to its citizens and enterprises. SmartGuide changes existing methods of creating applications, minimizing time-consuming custom programming while promoting reuse of existing applications and systems.
The complete separation of concerns afforded by SmartGuide allows the IT department to focus on the infrastructure, technical conventions, connections to existing systems and security while business subject matter experts expand on that foundation to convert their knowledge and know-how into citizen-centric online services. Given the strategy in France of delivering citizen-centric services that could span across multiple departments, SmartGuide was a key element of their success. In fact, there are over 100 inter-Agency e-services built using SmartGuide that are currently deployed on the central portal of France.
Alphinat is the creator of SmartGuide®, a next generation application development and deployment productivity toolset providing agility to leverage existing IT assets and lower costs for a one-stop delivery tool of Web and mobile enterprise applications from disparate back-end systems.
Alphinat has been appointed by technology company peers as Innovation Partner at the Smart Cities Council (www.smartcitiescouncil.com).
Alphinat technology is also used in the healthcare, banking, insurance, telecommunications and other sectors, in modernising, automating and rendering cost-effective various business processes at a fraction of the cost associated with conventional customized solutions. For more details about Alphinat or its software suite, please visit www.alphinat.com.
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