Nidera Handelscompagnie B.V. located in Rotterdam, is the international trading and shipping part of Nidera with offices in the US, Europe and Asia. The Group trades grains, oilseeds, vegetable oils, oilseed meals and ocean freight, along with other commodities.

Nidera wanted to consolidate their messaging processes on a single global platform and having recognised its importance to the Group, chose to work with Lane on their global messaging solution. By advancing their current system in this way Nidera was able to take advantage of the latest technology and enable centralisation and virtualisation.

Today, the group not only benefits from reduced costs and greater efficiencies but implementing a centralised, board-less FOIP messaging server has allowed them to simplify the management of their organisation's messaging infrastructure and reduce resource requirements.

For more details please contact us on +44 (0) 1256 301550, or via the Contact Us email page.

Kane LPI Solutions is a Third Party Administration (TPA) company, focusing on servicing Life, Pensions and Investment providers and distributors in the global market, via a hub and spoke service centre model which includes Malta, Bermuda, Dubai, UK and the US.

When Kane LPI were searching for a workflow solution to bolster their services, they decided to partner with Lane. Shortly after commencing the project, Lane developed and implemented a messaging solution – specifically tailored to the needs of an international multi location service organization, with customers across the globe.

Today, Lane provides Kane LPI with a robust document work-flow solution that includes reports and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).

Lane continues to strengthen its internal commercial infrastructure with the appointment of Jasmin Chew, who will report direct to Dave Bullock, CEO. Jasmin is based in Singapore, and joins Lane with an exceptional track record in the ICT industry focused on System Integration, delivering turn-key solutions to Government Institutions, and large corporate enterprises.

Joel Woods and Eligio Beccera also join Lane supporting the UK and Global infrastructure, Joel's primary functions are assisting and implementing service solutions within the UK, reporting to Roland Voelker, CIO. Eligio's role is focused on global product development, reporting to Russell Fincham, CTO.

In December 2012 a major Japanese Investment Bank required a customised solution for integrating an additional application to their Passport 4000 messaging server. The specification requirements by the Bank were received in mid December; the tailored solution was developed, implemented and functional prior to the New Year, saving the Bank substantial costs and offering a product service solution with an exemplary overall return on investment.

For more details please contact us on +44 (0) 1256 301550, or via the Contact Us email page.

St Thomas Court Group (STCG) is the largest independent practice buying group for UK Dispensing Doctors. Furthermore, the company is designed exclusively to help Dispensing Doctors manage their prescribing and profit needs. With this in mind, the group has selected Lane as their messaging server provider, due to the Interoperability Tool Kit Standards (ITK) accreditation by the UK's Department of Health, along with cutting edge technology, and cost alignment to the NHS agenda.

The importance of its patients’ well being is the priority for any practice. STCG only recommends Lane's Passport 4000 systems, as they allow GP's to get accurate patient information when they need it. The system’s capability allows GP's to talk to Hospitals and the same with Hospitals to GP's. This secured transfer of data allows GP Practices and Trusts to hold confidential patient information, adhering to the governance policy of the NHS. The e-document which is transported across different environments is handled with safety, confidentiality and track-ability in mind.

Lane Passport 4000 systems are capable of encompassing a web-enabled software component called Stream. Stream's functionality includes creating, automating and transmitting documents. This workflow component enables the assembly of letters as e-documents, the collection of patient details and appointments, dictation services without the use of analogue tape devices, and efficiency applications to enable secretaries to listen to dictated voice analogues and then transcribe letters or notes accordingly.

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