Hoping to grow their broker channel, Investec selected Ergo to develop a broker portal which would give brokers online management of their customers accounts via a secure internet link. Ergo were also asked to undertake a parallel development of an online quote and ordering system for foreign exchange for large corporate clients. Following the successful implementaion of both developments, Ergo were further engaged to implement phase 2 of the development.
AIB Capital Markets wanted to improve the efficiency and reliability with which it deployed credit and pricing models for risk-rating analysis. Ergo in partnership with Microsoft deployed the solution Using Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 and Excel® Services to deliver Web-based risk-rating models to a widespread user base. The solution eliminated time-consuming coding. This provided AIB with significantly faster time-to-market, lower costs, less IT involvement and better business intelligence.
Irish Nationwide Building Society have engaged Ergo Software Solutions to design and build a system to handle their regulatory reporting requirements. This follows on from similar projects Ergo completed for other financial institutions both domestically and internationally.
Ergo won a major role in Revenue’s PAYE Anytime project. Using Adobe Flex and LiveCycle technologies, Revenue successfully launched a replacement for their award winning ROS system. By using rich internet application technologies, Revenue want to make their customer proposition compelling and not just compulsory! Anyone who has used the site will agree that the investment made in usability has brought about a much better customer experience. Hopefully Revenue will extend this system to cater for self employed and other non PAYE customers.
Ergo recently signed a three year managed print services contract with Bord Bia. The contract covers in excess of 800,000 pages per annum. Ergo carried out a consolidation exercise reducing their total print fleet from 18 to 11. This was achieved via the balanced deployment of HP single and multifunction printers. SafeCom secure print was also installed as part of the project on all devices.
Dolmen Securities recently signed a 3 year contract with Ergo to cover all their print, copy, fax and scanning requirements. Ergo reduced their fleet from 28 to 11 via the installation of a mixture of single and multi function HP devices. Dolmen will print almost 1 million pages per year via the SafeCom Secure print system.
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