12 “business” solutions spotted at CES

Posted on Jan 9. 2020, 12:20 PM

1. A company free of passwords with Cryptr

A lost password by an employee can lead to more than 50 euros in management costs. Commercially, the loss of the password by the customer complicates the authentication process and can jeopardize a sale. † To free organizations from this limitation, we have designed a passwordless identification system, simplified to the extreme but very secure. explains Hamid Echarkaoui, chairman and founder of Cryptr, a Lille start-up that originated at Euratechnologie, which is part of the delegation of Hauts-de-France.

2. Retail of the future with Retail VR

Would you like customers to visit your store anytime and anywhere: at home, via their smartphone or in a waiting room with a virtual reality headset? That is what the Nantes start-up Retail VR offers, founded in 2018 by Adrien Zanelli, Erwan Krotoff and Stéphane Dupasquier. † We create a virtual store where the consumer can evolve as in a physical store: by handling the products, by accessing information about the DNA of the company and by making purchases they explain.

3. Data at the service of augmented management with Olystic

Absenteeism, redundancy, withdrawal, lack of gender equality can be expected… if the data available to the company is deciphered. Olystic centralizes all this material: employee surveys, statistical analysis of HR data, perspective on labor market dynamics, etc.” Our global solution thus makes it possible to reduce digital pollution and effectively manage the strategy in favor of quality of life at work. “, emphasizes Xavier Zunigo, the founder and chairman.

4. The Mobile Security Plan with WaryMe

Armed burglary, industrial accident, natural disaster… To deal with these situations, organizations have a security plan, usually a block of 100 pages that is difficult to implement. † We bring digital and mobile support to the security plan », sums up Boris Berger, president and founder of WaryMe, a Rennes start-up that has developed a smartphone solution for reporting alerts, distributing instructions, activating containment or evacuation plans… The WhatsApp for crisis management!

5. A chatbot for businesses of all sizes with Kalys

Currently, only large organizations can have a virtual assistant, either to streamline the relationship with their customers or to facilitate communication with their employees. † We believe that the conversation bot is a performance lever and that companies of all sizes, including VSEs, should have access to it. Katya Lainé, co-founder of Kwalys, explains together with Pascal Lainé, director of technology. They are presenting a solution at CES that allows companies to create their own bot.

6. Creating an application by means of transactions with Mobioos

On the one hand, personalised, complex and too expensive professional applications. On the other hand, standard solutions that can meet the needs of the most pragmatic, but pose security concerns. † The business units lacked the ability to develop their own software that met their expectations, without coding, in line with their IT. This is what we offer “says Zaak Chalal, president and founder of Mobioos, which for its second participation in CES presents Kirkk, a car rental solution.

7. No more limits for 3D printing with Volumic 3D

Kevlar, brass, biodegradable plastic… The 3D printer, 100% “made in France”, from Volumic 3D works with 50 materials. Other special features: its precision (less than 6 microns), its speed (faster than standard models) and its ability to produce small series (from 500 to 1000 parts). † We brought together in one machine that required a whole host of technologies summarizes Stéphane Malaussena, co-founder of the start-up Nice, which won two prizes at this CES, in the categories “3D printing” and “ecodesign”.

8. A tactile and interactive slideshow with Touchify

In the era of touch screens, PowerPoint-like presentation software is entering a new era. Example with this software developed by Touchify that blows a wind of interactivity on the traditional presentations. † The latest version of our solution, available from March, will include big data to analyze what worked and what didn’t in a ‘storytelling’ campaignExplains Maxime Luce, co-founder, with his brother Anthony, of this Aix-based start-up participating in CES for the second time.

9. Predictive monitoring of IT infrastructure with Packet AI

Browsing slowdown, network congestion… Computer failures can cost a company with 5,000 employees more than 10 million euros per year. Incubated at the Institut Mines-Télécom and funded by BNP Paribas and Aster Capital, the Paris-based start-up Packet AI makes it possible to anticipate IT incidents. † Our software is based on machine learning algorithms and helps to solve errors faster noted Hardik Thakkar, president and co-founder, counting on CES to make his solution visible worldwide.

10. Digital at the service of health prevention with Ignilife

On the employee side, the platform developed by Ignilife includes a coaching application and a system to get in touch with professionals (psychologist, nurse, physiotherapist, etc.). On the HR side, the solution provides a map of the health status of the teams. † In an age of musculoskeletal disorders and psychosocial risks, HRDs need a real-time view of the risks » emphasizes Fabrice Pakin, CEO of Ignilife, a Sophia Antipolis start-up that has been selected to be part of the South Region delegation.

11. Next Generation Prototyping with Axis

Founded in 1997 in the Limoges region, Axis relies on a wide range of 3D printing technologies (stereolithography, powder sintering, HP multi-jet fusion, vacuum casting, etc.) to make prototyping faster and more aesthetically pleasing. † At a time when companies have to innovate faster and faster, but without neglecting the appearance of the product, we guarantee an impeccable prototype », assures the president and founder of Axis, Patrick Christoux, who is exhibiting for the first time at CES, within the regional delegation of Nouvelle-Aquitaine.

12. More than 70 languages ​​directly translated with Pocketalk

The Japanese Sourcenext, specializing in software, has diversified by launching the Pocketalk translator, the new version of which – which will allow you to photograph texts for translation – will be presented at CES. † We have sold 600,000 units, mainly to professionals: about a hundred Japanese hospitals and the Shinkansen, the Japanese equivalent of the TGV, have equipped their staff with them to facilitate communication with patients and foreign tourists. said Tom Kojima, president of Sourcenext BV, the European subsidiary.

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