At 5th floor, we like the challenge of digitising the Belgian public sector. Our team is proud to contribute every day to improving the practical life of our citizens through innovative systems and applications.
From the early childhood sector to aid for the elderly, via mutualist or management projects or document management, we combine our technical expertise with a concrete social role.
Along with you, our team innovate step by step… while maintaining a balance. We achieve this by dividing the most complex projects into modules. They are easily applicable, robust and simple to manage.
We are not reinventing the wheel… we make sure that it’s turning!
...through concrete projects:
The transfer of competences of the 6th State reform have led to new application needs for regional powers. This is why our expertise and our controlled pricing policy have enabled us to win, with our partner infra, this important call for tender. Our team started the complete creation of a scalable platform. It will allow several Walloon entities to collaborate more efficiently.
And when the ONE (Belgian Office of Birth and Childhood) launched its major modernisation plan, it was looking for a partner more than a supplier. A partner who could support it in creating real value for all its users. A partner capable of assisting it in the pragmatic digitisation of its business department.
As as result, together, we put in place a collaborative and agile approach. Thus we implemented shared transversal tools as well as micro-services and state-of-the-art architecture.
Our team has also chosen to develop portals designed for users rather than partitioned by profession. We ensured a common decision-making platform. All this driven by the obsession of quality that is in our DNA.
5th floor is also transforming the application of an important Walloon social secretariat. Its maintenance had become titanic so we are splitting it into non-regressive integrated modules.
This approach allows continuous integration of functional modules with automated testing. And this, without the need for a complete rewrite of the application. Each implemented module thus participates in the evolution of an obsolete application to create a modern and agile platform.