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Online meeting place for ProRail

When office workers are forced to work from home, the connection with colleagues and the familiar work environment is lost. ProRail wanted to create a sense of connection and approached Rapid Circle with the following question: create a visual digital model of ‘De Inktpot’ (the Digital Inkpot), ProRail’s headquarters, in a very limited time and with a limited budget. A place where colleagues can meet each other. We were immediately enthusiastic. But we also seriously wondered if it was technically possible…


How Power Apps help KLM with employee onboarding

The next time you board a plane operated by our Royal Dutch Airlines, consider that it is not just the crew that ensures you arrive safely, comfortably, and on time at your destination. The fast-growing maintenance organisation is essential to KLM’s operations. This is a special customer case from the time of the former Portiva about their collaboration with KLM.

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Mammoet’s Improved Datacentre Performance, Lower Latency and Cost Reduction

CHALLENGE Mammoet has datacenters at multiple locations worldwide to support their businesses and operations all over the world and at remote locations. Bandwidth and latency challenges made them pick their locations with care. With the Microsoft cloud becoming more and more ready to support worldwide scenario’s with technologies like ‘Multi-Geo’ and others, Mammoet and Rapid …

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Reimagining the virtual office for ProRail

ABOUT PRORAIL ProRail is the entity that takes care of maintenance of the national railway network infrastructure, traffic control and the allocating rail capacity. Working in collaboration with transport carriers and government ProRail ensure a hassle-free commute and transportation of goods across the Netherlands. THE CHALLENGE ProRail office employees were forced to work from home …

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