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Selected topic: middleware, posts found: 8

What is Middleware and Why Should I Care?

Stefano Marfella,

Nothing lasts forever - not even in the IT world. What could help a company become one of the most innovative in its industry and give it an edge over its competitors in the past, today could be inadequate and just be enough to sustain its survival.

Companies that evolve at a fast pace bring with them changes in information systems while also requiring more integration with various internal and external applications and processes.

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Aggregating Data for Tour Operators: 2 Tools to Keep You Sane

Angelica Degori,

Vacations and travel are the most purchased online services today and a there's a lot of fuss that goes into a purchase. In fact, research suggests that web users visit an average of 20 different sites before booking a trip, including a holiday portals, social media, reviews and so on.

The steep rise of online travel bookings started in the mid-90s. Now, we can book trips online at any time and do more complex activities such as consult hotels' reservation systems, and, more than just book flights, also compare flight fares in comparison sites to get the best deal.

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E-Invoicing: What You Need to Implement an Electronic Invoice System

Angelica Degori,

In a day and age when all we talk about is Industry 4.0, our goals have now shifted towards increasing collaboration and integration between our suppliers, producers, logistics operators and distributors. By combining digital philosophy, digitalization of invoices and the electronic management of files, your organization can take its first steps towards developing innovation in your supply chain.

In Italy, a regulation was recently released where the private sector is encouraged to adopt electronic invoicing or e-invoicing. This development came after e-invoicing was adopted for transactions involving government institutions. The new law also called for the development of an Invoice Interchange System for the private sector, similar to what was previously created by Italy's tax agency for invoices issued to government institutions.

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4 Stages in Implementing a Complex Pre-Billing System

Angelica Degori,

Many businesses offer a range of products and services and because of this, they need to deploy different commercial policies and strategies for their different clients. It's here that the pre-billing process takes a central role.

Pre-billing starts with the definition and setting of the business logic that's used when dealing with customer contracts and processing of all the data. Determining the business logic or the formalization of all financial conditions agreed with the client is one of the most complicated phases due to its dynamic and complex nature. 

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Business Rules: Using Automation to Manage Complexity

Alessandro Rontani,

It's no surprise that the evolution or growth of an organization can face many problems if not supported by innovative tools and systems. By using Business Process Management (BPM) and technological solutions that allow you to draw processes without the need to write code, we can overcome communication challeges between users, business analysts and IT professionals. Red Hat's JBoss BPM Suite is one of the BPM solutions leading the market today.

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Simplifying public healthcare with system integration

Stefano Marfella,

One of the most complex cases in the field of information systems is that offered by the Italian National Health System (or Sistema Sanitario Nazionale).

Think about how many functional areas there are - health facilities operations, service delivery, and even administrative management. If we add the organizational fragmentation of these bodies that sometimes have a certain degree of "independence" in choosing their own technology solutions, you can understand how things can get very complicated.

 

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Technology helps crack down on tax fraud in Italy

Rob Carrillo,


Italy has been modernizing its bureaucracy in the past few years and last year, it seems to have paid off, according to a report by TheLocal.it. Up to €14.9 billion in unpaid tax was recovered in 2015.

Italy has in recently years beefed up its anti-tax evasion activites, even using an system to check discrepancies in filed tax declarations and recorded expenses. This resulted in an increase in recovered tax payments from 2014, which at the time stood at €14.2 billion.  The program has been running for nine years and according to Italian Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan during his interview with Il Sole 24 Ore, the amount of unpaid taxes recovered has quadrupled since the program began.

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Learn how medical electronic prescriptions work

Stefano Marfella,

Recently, we have been hearing about (and some have even seen in action) the new electronic prescriptions (e-prescription). Abandoning the traditional handwritten doctor's prescription is just the latest of many steps towards public administration innovation on e-services. 

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