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Indigo poster advertising with ComNext

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Indigo (formerly Vinci Park) is present in over 500 cities worldwide and manages over 4,000 car parks.

As part of new operational organisation in France, Indigo used ComNext to produce a Clear Channel poster campaign and in the car parks. The campaign reaffirms Indigo’s commitments to its customers and is structured around the company’s 4 pillars: cleanliness, security, maintenance and customer service.

The Agency designed, wrote and produced the campaign which included memorable photo shoots in a car park.


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In a world dominated by shades of grey, ComNext offers you a few touches of blue around a musical break.

Listen to the two ideologies of the Agency: the blue of the ethereal sky illustrating height and creativity and the blue of the deep seas for freshness and reflection. Savour this experience that will bring you pleasure and well-being throughout 2016.

2014 Annual Report, a great result for ComNext!

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CERIB, EARTO and Heurtey Petrochem join RCI Banque on the list of our clients who have been persuaded by ComNext’s editorial guidance, design and operational monitoring for this eminently strategic tool.

A new Sage quiz created by ComNext

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Sage’s Mid-Market team renewed its contract with ComNext by asking it to create the Sage FRP 1000 version 7 Quiz.  During the four stages of the Sage FRP 1000 version 7 Tour de France, the knowledge of the Sage partners participating in the event was tested using this new digital Quiz.  The Agency was responsible for producing the responsive web design, and developing the quiz and the back office allowing the random draw and the rules of the game.

The new Ivalis website created by ComNext

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The leading European group for inventories and stock management, Ivalis wanted a website with a more modern look and usability, capable of supporting its meteoric success. ComNext has created a website that now positions Ivalis as a powerful and preeminent group while retaining the proximity and accessibility valued by the distributors who are the brand’s customers.


ComNext presents: the application that puts the operational into marketing

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What if the players on the ground at last had a useful tool tailored to their needs?

Touch & Sell is a mobile application for tablets by which employees can:

  • have on hand at all times all their presentations and resources,
  • enjoy a graphic tool, fully customised to the company charter,
  • have access to an easy-to-use tool with intuitive browsing.

Touch & Sell offers all the benefits of a customized application, without the financial drawbacks of a new development. This is the perfect answer to the needs and requirements of companies and their players on the ground.

The application, developed for iPad, Android and Surface, enables you to store all the documents you need for field presentations, in an arborescence selected by the company itself. The App Lab, which developed the tool, works in partnership with ComNext, to offer total customization: corporate style guide, made-to-measure organization and initial data loading.

For an average cost that is 70% lower than that of a native application, the company gets a tool that is totally in line with its image, and that makes the sales and marketing processes much easier. User-friendly and handy, it removes all the technical hitches that employees often encounter when visiting customers.

To update documents, a simple wireless Internet connection is required. The application can also be used offline for customer presentations. In France all the data are stored on an ultra-secure server to ensure the information remains confidential. If the tablet is lost or stolen, the data can be deleted from it remotely.

With Touch & Sell, companies have control over their brand image, while making life much easier for their employees on the ground.


ComNext designs the new website for Segula Technologies

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Segula Technologies, the International engineering and consultancy group in high-tech innovation wished to give its sites (corporate and international subsidiaries) a dimension and status more in phase with its modern ambitions and strong current growth.

ComNext, the agency chosen by Segula Technologies, who already worked on their print creation strategy, has now done the web design. By incorporating the targets of stronger compliance with regulations and greater accessibility, Segula allows visitors to its website to browse in a clear and innovative environment that conveys its values of proximity.

A large section is also dedicated to the coherence of its subsidiaries which are now more closely linked to and recognised by the Corporate website. We have not ignored the human side, which is at the heart of Segula Technologies strategy, as we have set up intelligent gateways to the social networks. The graphic concept of a woven web that moves yet lends structure, represents the complex network of companies, sectors and technologies in which the Group works.

The general look gives the Group a younger look, the new breath of life it needs to conquer new countries and new markets. The architecture and development side of the project was conducted in partnership with Wharf.

 

ComNext designs the brochure of Chambre Arbitrale Internationale de Paris

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Created in 1926 to help companies, the Chambre Arbitrale Internationale de Paris resolves disputes most often arising during commercial transactions concluded internationally and internally.  In 2013, the Chambre Arbitrale Internationale de Paris moved to new premises in the 16th arrondissement in Paris.

To mark this change, we helped our client to produce their presentation brochure which is elegantly sober.

 

To create its first Guide, the CNVVF has chosen ComNext

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Embarking on an innovative process to change their labelling system and modernise their communication tools, CNVVF is entering a new phase with the creation of a guide for members of the jury.

ComNext has created an informative tool to help harmonise the ratings, explained at a lively pace and easy access to the information.

ComNext sheds light on YakiLight marketing

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Yaki the specialist signage lighting distributors are expanding their offer into the more comprehensive lighting market. At the moment lighting engineers, architects and designers are the main focus for the brand. ComNext is helping the group and its new entity YakiLight to develop their positioning (still as LED lighting solution super-specialists) and offer. The market is competitive, so how do you find the right place and pitch? YakiLight is more than just a distributor, it sees itself as a provider of lighting solutions and as such brings innovative options and recommendations to the table. The company profile and catalogues were the first elements to be designed for this new company to take shape.