After the success of the Proximus / bpost Decoder Swap project, Proximus and bpost decided to expand the project to the swap of old Proximus modems. Proximus customers with an old modem were invited to swap their old modem with a brand new one.
With a unique user login, each Proximus customer could get access to a very easy to use web application and select the day and one of the bpost delivery methods for his/her modem swap.
Infanion developed the front-end web application for this modem swap project. This web based application was made in Drupal and hosted on Amazon cloud servers. We integrated the application with bpost Geo 6 API for Google maps and backend webservices to fetch and send the user data.
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Proximus and bpost
Custom software development, web-based application
Used technologies & frameworks:
Yes, using soap
Integrated third parties & microservices:
Yes, Google maps (via Geo 6)
Amazon AWS cloud server solution
User languages of the application:
Dutch, English and French
Used development methodology: