As the winners of the EIT Digital Challenge 2017 are about to be announced shortly, we thought it would be nice to focus on one of the Belgian participants that’s in the race. Meet Rombit, an IoT solutions provider and product engineering firm. The Belgian startup helps to optimize administrative workflows in companies and governments alike. The startup is also responsible for creating rapid insights into company processes. While Rombit is a finalist in the EIT Digital Challenge 2017 now, the company recently won the Fujitsu Startup Awards 2017.
The key to digital transformation
Rombit is dedicated to make every company future-proof. To achieve this determined goal, the company strives to improve efficiency, safety, and user-friendliness. However, this doesn’t mean developing new, faster IT systems. Rombit believes that the key to digital transformation lies in an efficient use of already existing systems. The startup starts by analyzing what is already there in a company’s IT environment. Often there is already a lot t of data present, and that’s why Rombit can connect these bits of data to one cloud platform. Secure cloud software solutions are added to improve workflow processes. After completing these steps, the available data will be analyzed, visualized, and enriched.