Coach Wim Nieuwenhuizen reflects on his team’s season accomplishments with satisfaction. At Wednesday and Thursday the 23rd and 24th of March the last track speed skating competition took place at Thialf in Heerenveen. His pupils Vishwaraj Jadeja and Asim Muhammad competed at the 500-5000 and 1500-10000 meter.
Inepro is a corporate member of the European Campus Card Association (ECCA). This association assists European education institutions to implement secure ID Credentials that will facilitate the operation of campus card programmes and enable information exchange between institutions. ECCA initiated an important research study and we like to invite you to participate by filling in their on-line survey.
Today Inepro releases its new mobile app MyInepro, yet another valuable addition to our overall cashless solution. The MyInepro application for end-users, within an Inepro Back office suit (iBos) environment, gives insight into and control over transactions and documents and has capabilities similar to mobile banking apps. Organizations which connect different operating processes like accounting, paying, printing, scanning, access registration by using the latest version of iBos, can now offer the same transparency and insight to their employees or students with MyInepro.
Inepro is very committed to deliver high-quality solutions to our customers and therefore we keep improving our payment- and registration systems in all aspects. To ensure the quality of our hardware & software Inepro complies with all the necessary directives and has acquired new certificates.
Even though it’s often said that office employees don’t get much exercise during the day, Epson claims otherwise. According to the company, specialised in digital imaging technology, an office-employee walks 500 meters a day. Cause of all this activity: printers!
Epson asked 3600 employees from Italy, France, Germany, Spain and the UK how often a day they send out a print job and how far they have to walk to collect it. Results show that they have an average of printing 21 times and walk 24 meters. Which brings up a total of 500 meters a day or 110 kilometers a year (2.6 marathons).