Every day, in over 50 countries worldwide, hundreds of organizations depend on Bull's products, solutions and services to support their critical business activities and processes. Bull's customers are extremely diverse, but they broadly share the same requirements: the need for high-performance, mission-critical systems that help them innovate and grow faster than their competitors. As 'Architect of an Open World', Bull has a unique ability to capture the world’s intelligence and make it work for its customers, providing made-to-measure solutions to ever-more complex problems.
The DIMAP calls on Bull to help implement a new approach to on-line public service delivery
As part of its role to modernize the way that the French State operates and is managed, the State Modernization Agency, the DIMAP (Direction interministérielle pour la modernisation de l’action publique) has chosen Bull to develop a new 'factory' for the creation and optimization of new approaches to on-line services. Putting government services on line involves implementing a generic platform which takes into account the constant evolution of on-line services offerings and responds to extremely demanding constraints in terms of timescales, security and costs. Bull and its partners have been chosen to define the functionality of the 'on-line services factory' which will guarantee this kind of agility. The 'factory' will consist of five functional areas: dialogue and recording of requests, submission of requests, monitoring of requests, supervision and administration. It will enable new computerized services to be automatically designed, formalized and put on line.
French social security fund for self-employed workers unifies its BI architectures with Bull.
As the result of a merger and a fundamental transformation of its information systems, the RSI (Régime Social des Indépendants) awarded Bull several assignments, including implementing a new approach to managing its project portfolio and legacy applications. Bull also provided project management support for the implementation of RSI's Business Intelligence program, supporting the update of its retirement production system and various project management support initiatives.
CCPB RP chooses Bull to lead the project to update its information systems.
The CCPB RP (Caisse des Congés Payés du Bâtiment de la Région Parisienne, or the Paris regional paid leave insurance fund for the building industry) has chosen Bull as its partner, to provide on-going support throughout its information systems update program. The program management support assignment awarded to Bull covers the full spectrum of business, functional, technical and human issues involved in the project; from the definition of the initial challenges to the transformation project.