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Trade Mark Check: is your trade mark idea unique?

New Zealand Intellectual Property Office "Trade Mark Check" application based on Sword Acsepto search engine.
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BeautyMix: homemade cosmetics

BeautyMix is a complete solution (ingredients, recipes, robot) making the “Homemade Cosmetics” accessible to everyone.
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EFS: new french mobile app « Don de sang »

This mobile app allows you to identify the different places of collection around you and facilitate appointments.
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Synapse: something new for Engie E&C

Le projet Synapse s’inscrit dans le cadre de la migration du CRM historique d’Engie E&C vers la solution SalesForce et du choix de la solution Dell…
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NASA: support the risk management process

NASA selects Active Risk Manager from Active Risk to support the risk management process and improve safety, control and predictability.
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DiabAccess: diabetic patient monitoring software for…

In partnership with CERITD, Sword developed DiabAccess, a software allowing the follow-up and the management of the diabetic patients of the CERITD.
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IzyCardio: medical pre-consultation application in…

Developed by Sword, IzyCardio is a medical pre-consultation application in Cardiology which allows an improvement of the care path from prevention…
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e-change health in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Discover the system of exchange and sharing of health information in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes through the testimonials of professionals and patients in…
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Vianavigo: simplifying your journeys in the Paris region

Implemented by Sword, Vianavigo is a route planner application which brings together all modes of transport in the Paris region.
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Unicancer Federation: ConSoRe project supports the…

ConSoRe is an evolved tool for semantic search, associated with a Clinical Data Warehouse (CDW), enhancing the use of patients’ data in oncology.
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