Trasys International (NRB S.A.)
As of the 1st of January 2017 the companies Trasys S.A. as well as Trasys Group S.A. and Trasys Technology S.A. stopped existing as they were fused into and absorbed by NRB S.A..
The activities of the Trasys Group, with regard to the European and International Public and Corporate Organisations, are incorporated within the “European Economic Interest Grouping” branded “Trasys International”.Trasys International is part of The NRB Group, one of the major ICT service providers in Belgium.
As a specialised ICT company focusing on International Public Organisations and Corporations, Trasys International offers IT solutions, services and consulting to help in achieving compliance with international policies and regulations and tackling challenges presented by the imperatives of digital transformation.
Typically Trasys International projects concern:
modernising of (public) administrations
promoting of digital workspaces and supporting collaboration platform
capitalising on the use of contemporary cloud and datacenter technologies
improving IT security and cost effectiveness
Trasys International capitalises on the expertise and track record built up over 25 years of working with the European Institutions and their agencies. They have acquired specific skills in setting up and managing partnerships and consortia for delivering specialised services. These have enabled Trasys International to become a major ICT partner for the European Institutions, European Agencies, National Authorities, as well as for International Public Organisations and Corporations.
THEIR GUIDING PRINCIPLES:
Putting their customers first
Seeking excellence and delivering value in a cost-efficient way
Operating as a united team
Committing to helping their people realise their full potential
The mission of Trasys International is to offer dedicated IT solutions, services and consulting to help the International Public Organisations and Corporations to comply with International/EU policies and regulations and to tackle their digital transformation challenges: to modernise (public) administrations, to collaborate and promote digital workplaces, and to fully capitalise on the use of contemporary cloud and datacentre technologies while improving IT security and cost effectiveness.See more