Our customer, 1conscience, is currently organising an amazing QiGong retreat in India. This event will take place at the end of the year and his open to anybody who want to learn about Zhineng or who need therapeutic assistance.
In the 1980s, this important new QiGong was introduced to the world by Dr Pang Ming, a Doctor of Chinese medicine, and one of the very few Qigong Grandmasters in the world. He studied QiGong under 19 different Grandmasters, and in 1979 he started to develop Zhineng QiGong as a result of his search for more powerful ways to help his patients heal. In 1997 the China State Sports General Administration published a book on 21 different styles of QiGong, which rated Zhineng QiGong as the most effective. Then in 1998 the same organisation evaluated eleven QiGong styles and again rated Zhineng QiGong the most effective QiGong for improving health. Its efficacy drew an estimated 10 million people to practice it.
Zhineng Qigong finds its roots in the 7000-year-old tradition of folk, shamanic, Buddhist, Taoist and Confucianist traditions – integrating them into a whole with the latest understanding of physiology, psychology and medicine.
Through posture, movement, breath and mental focus, Zhineng QiGong offers a methodology to rediscover the inner medicine – Qi, the vital and healing resource within us – and to magnify the exchange between ourselves and nature, enabling us to become harmoniously connected with the infinite creative power of the universe that ultimately is the origin of love, compassion, and the source of all healing.
The popular Business Showcase in Bristol was the opportunity to catch up with old friends. From left to right: Marcus Broix (Trade with Europe), Phil Broek (Department for International Trade), Esther Robles and Dominique Conterno (White Wolf Rising Ltd). More than ever, Marcus' company, Trade for Europe, provides a comprehensive service for British companies that want to survive Brexit and keep operating in Europe.
Many SME's are worried of the impact Brexit is going to have on their operations. This may be the biggest challenge many entrepreneurs , who are dependent with European trades,will have to face in the lifetime of their businesses.
Leaving the customs union (and possibly the single market) will make exporting substantially more expensive, time consuming and difficult. But you can effectively and legally stay within the EU...
Trade With Europe, a company based in the UK and Germany, provides some light on this topic. Worth the read!
We are glad to announce that Triboni AG and White Wolf Rising Ltd have agreed to work together in providing top class Enterprise Content management System (ECMS) Solutions to customer in the United Kingdom.
The relationship between the two company founders, Martin Duerig (Triboni AG) and Dominique Conterno (White Wolf Rising Ltd) started in 2005 when working on a complex green field solution for Her Majesty Prison Service (HMPS). HMPS wanted to introduce new ways of working in finance, procurement and HR, to reduce costs while providing consistent, high quality support to the organisation. The National Shared Service Centre based in Newport, Wales was designed to bring together and simplify these processes within these areas as part of a project known as the Phoenix Programme.
Dominique, who was heading the Content Management part of the programme, architected and managed the implementation of the solution that was composed of the following major elements:
· EMC Captiva to help capture and index paper records as well as emails
· EMC Documentum to store those records
· Triboni GinkGO platform to form the basis for the Enterprise Document Management specific solution
· Triboni ISEC for integrating Documentum and Oracle eBusiness (Account Payable, Account Receivable, Procurement and Human Resources) and for managing complex processes for the fully automated creation of documents and emails
Captiva was used to digitise paper records as part of financial and human resources processes. Captiva captured and classified well over 4,000 financial and administrative items each day including invoices, credit notes, statements, general paper correspondence as well as electronic emails. In addition, Captiva captured over 5,000 HR forms each day which represent over 30 different types information. Once captured images were stored in Documentum and Triboni provided the means to provide Oracle eBusiness, via the Teleservice integration, with actions for the contact centre case workers to action.
The resulting overall solution dramatically improved productivity, processes and financial control across the organisation, while delivering a projected, cumulative net benefit of $190.8 million over the lifetime of the project. The comprehensive, centralised system for finance, human resources and procurement enables HMPS to operate more efficiently and deliver better services at lower costs with an ROI of 18 percent. This includes an estimated 80 percent reduction in outstanding debt from accounts receivable, $1 million in savings from automating manual processes and eliminating redundancies, as well as $211 million in savings over the lifetime of the project from greater visibility into procurement.
We are happy to announce that we are about to deliver an new cloud application called Kasita, a property investment tool, by Friday 4th May.
Kasita will be sold via our partner, Kasita Ltd, to investors who are eager to have fast business intelligence about the property market.
Kasita Ltd was created in a joint partnership between the directors of White Wolf Rising and Light Lettings.
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