In 2015, 2016 and 2017 Proximus invited its customers in Belgium to swap their old decoder with a brand new one. Proximus teamed up with bpost to organise and manage this whole swapping process.
With a unique user login, each Proximus customer could get access to a very easy to use web application and select the day and one of the bpost delivery methods for his/her decoder swap.
Infanion developed the front-end web application for this decoder swap project. This web based application was made in Drupal and hosted on Amazon cloud servers. We integrated the application with bpost Geo 6 API for Google maps and backend webservices to fetch and send the user data.
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Proximus and bpost
Custom software development, web-based application
Used technologies & frameworks:
Yes, using soap
Integrated third parties & microservices:
Yes, Google maps (via Geo 6)
Amazon AWS cloud server solution
User languages of the application:
Dutch, English and French
Used development methodology: