Computable is the independent source of information for information computing and technology (ICT) news, products, and services in Belgium. The Computable Awards are one of the most important ICT honors in Belgium and are granted to companies, projects, and people who have demonstrated unquestioned excellence in IT.

The voice of the market—your votes—counts for 50 percent, and the other half is determined by a jury.

We are honored this year to be nominated for the first time in Belgium in two categories: IT project of the year in the SMB market and in the Public market.

Read about how our customers Legal Studio and FPS Mobility and Transport are using Mendix to build solutions that reinvent their business and their markets. Then be sure to cast your vote.

On behalf of our customers and partners, thank you in advance for your vote!

KLEA – IT Project of the Year in SMB Market

Legal tech scale-up Legal Studio has used Mendix to create its new KLEA (Knowledgeable Legal Entity Automation) platform. KLEA helps legal organizations and departments to digitize workflows and repetitive legal work. Mendix partner, Appronto, was responsible for the development of the platform.

The KLEA platform is currently actively used worldwide in over eighty countries at companies such as Levi Strauss, Lotus Bakeries, Alcatel, and Bpost. KLEA is one platform for all legal work. What makes KLEA unique is that it is an all-in-one solution, developed together with the customers, based on legal design thinking: making law more human, accessible and empathetic.

Please find more information via this link.

Belgium is a major maritime nation. To maintain its position and meet the need for efficiency, the FPS Mobility and Transport has embarked on a process of digitalization. Navicert is the first step in this process and creates a digital bridge between the FPS Mobility and Transport and shipowners, classification societies, and international inspection services. Mendix partner, Apvine, was responsible for the development.

Navicert serves as a digital platform for collaboration with all partners involved. This takes the form of a dashboard and is part of the management and quality assurance system for Belgian shipping. Shipping inspectors check the safety regulations of ships under the Belgian flag, if these are inspected then they receive the necessary certificates. Before Navicert was active, certificates were printed and signed, sent by post to the shipping company and then to the ship. This was a cumbersome process that required an enormous amount of time and administration.

Please find more information via this link.

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