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Location-based Services main adopters
Intersec is proud to announce its selection as a finalist in the category of “Smart Cities” at the 2017 World Communications Awards (WCA) ceremony for global telecom operators and service providers.
In 2017, competition was fierce: almost 1000 projects were submitted this year for consideration in 21 categories, including Best Brand, NFV innovation, Best Connectivity Solution, Best Global Operator and Smart Cities, among others. Intersec’s Geoinsights Solution is finalist in one of the most compelling categories: Smart Cities.
Nominated alongside industry giants, Magnet Networks (Ireland) and Ooredoo (Indonesia), Intersec was shortlisted for its contribution to the refurbishment of a square in Paris: Place de la Nation. Thanks to Intersec GeoInsights solution, the City of Paris in France could decide which refurbishment scenario was the best suited for this place in Paris.
Once again, Intersec GeoInsights Solution, which enables companies, operators and public authorities to leverage the full value of mobility data is recognised for its ability to enable a decisive step towards Smart Cities.
At the awards banquet, held in London on November 28th, over 500 of the industry’s most senior executives were in attendance, including Intersec’s Communication Director, Marion Choppin and Solution Engineer for EMEA, Samir Mouhssine.
Since 1999, the World Communication Awards - telecoms’ premier business awards program - are recognized as one of the most prestigious awards in the industry, synonymous with innovation, merit and outstanding performance in the telecoms field. Companies of all sizes were represented, with nominations going to companies that have shown the highest level of quality and innovation throughout the year.
We wish to thank all the Judges for recognizing Intersec’s excellence as well as Total Telecom, for organizing the awards and the ceremony.
Intersec pitches at Passenger Information Sprint
Intersec goes on developing its Smart Citys’ strategy and especially in the field on Mobility Intelligence.
SNCF (National French Railways) organizes a challenge to improve its tools and processes related to customer communication. Intersec has participated and qualified to pitch today at Station F in Paris.
The themes of this challenge are multiple:
Intersec will pitch its solutions to all these three issues orchestrating real-time data for insights and effective information. By processing millions of data from various sources (trains schedule, CRM, events, …), applying rules & algorithms and pushing information automatically in real time, Intersec is capable of solving these issues.
See you there!
Intersec teams help kids in Cuba
In 2016, the winner of the Intersec internal challenge "The Project" was Clothe to you: Bringing clothes to the disadvantaged people whenever we are to travel in a poor country.
They now have gone twice to Cuba to help the populations there.