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The Icorp software has a wide variety of appearances. The software is always standard, for every customer, but the setup is so flexible and the collection of building blocks for complex business rules so large, that very diverse applications can be constructed, for very diverse markets.
Most of the time, the Icorp applications function in the administrative and financial heart of organisations. They function as applications for Planning, Budgeting, Expense Registration, Data Collection, Rule application, Complex Billing, Timekeeping, Communication and Intelligence.
Typical is the connectivity of all applications, resulting in a seamless flow of data, from sources in or outside Icorp to destinations, also in or outside Icorp.
Markets that Icorp services, range from Trade companies, Media companies, Government and Retail companies to Financial institutions.
A convincing way to look at Icorp is to see its applications as a huge collection of algorithms, which can be freely defined, but always within a solid framework of standard software.
Connections with surrounding systems are a key characteristic of the Icorp software. From webservices to direct database links, all features are aimed at easy integration into complex landscapes, with Icorp in an intermediary broker role.
Next to being standard software, highly flexible and integrable, another USP are the large volumes of data that the Icorp software is able to process. This is a key design directive.
Talking about characteristics, it should also be pointed out that Icorp, with its ample room for algorithms, is eminently suited for supporting complex business processes.
The Icorp software collection can be used from the Cloud, as SaaS and on-premise. It supports every language and character set, all currencies and all global tax systems. New versions of the Icorp software are released regularly.