Customer Description: The group's origins date back over five centuries to the establishment of Rolo Banca in 1473, when Monte di Pietà, a public institute providing secured loans, was created in Bologna.More recently, the UniCredit is the result of the merger of nine of Italy's largest banks and the subsequent combination with the German HVB Group and the Italian Capitalia Group.UniCredit Tower the new UniCredit Group Headquarter in Milan. It's made of a 3 building complex, designed by argentine architect Cesar Pelli, in the new "Porta Nuova" area of Milan - which includes the tallest tower in Italy with a height of 230.The complex has been accommodating 4.000 colleagues, thus reducing the number of office locations in Milan from 26 to 5 (-55,000 square meters) and an annual saving of real estate costs of approximately €25 million.Meanwhile, the Group launched the "Take your Space" project, which embraces a new way to design working areas, by interpreting current requirements and working habits.Within this new mind-set, great importance is placed on the creation of common areas (meeting rooms, informal communal areas, and auditorium) which make up approximately 30% of the total space, complemented by open and transparent working areas, with an almost total elimination of single occupancy offices.
Customer Description: UniCredit Verona
Project Details: InvoiceComm Bills Collection & IKP improvements – Project of Sepa Direct Debit (SDD) integration in the InvoiceComm Bills Collection (ICBC) platform.
Products Used: Net Framework 2.0 and Sql Server 2005
Customer Reference: CIO
Project Consideration: AESYS expertise was crucial to UniCredit Sepa Direct Debit (SDD) Integration Project on the InvoiceComm Bills Collection (ICBC) platform.Our specialists supported the Client in a very proactive way to develop the Project and the assigned commission related to the InvoiceComm Bills Collection platform improvements.Thanks to the good collaboration thru UniCredit and AESYS and the knowledge of the products used (Net Framework 2.0 and Sql Server 2005) the Project is respecting the defined timelines.