Customer cases

Connectis products fulfil a critical role within the infrastructure of organisations including Menzis, de Belastingdienst (Tax and Customs Administration of the Netherlands), Achmea, VECOZO, Wolters Kluwer, the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, the Dutch Ministry of Justice, dozens of municipalities and an increasing number of service providers within the private sector.

Below you can read how our customers experience working together with Connectis.

DigiD authentication VGZ

digid_authenticatie_vgz_front_connectisVGZ Cooperative is one of the largest health insurance firms in the Netherlands with over 4.2 million customers and net sales of EUR 10.5 billion (2010).

Authentication using DigiD was realised together with Connectis, allowing VGZ customers to log in safely within their own personal environment.

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Municipalities go live with eHerkenning

gemeente_eherkenning_front_connectisThe collaboration alliance Dimpact developed the digital ‘Bedrijvenloket’ (Business Desk).

Businesses use this service to log in using eHerkenning and, as a result, can easily do online business with the municipality.

With our help, the municipality of Zwolle was one of the first municipalities in the Netherlands to launch eHerkenning.

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Business Desk at Municipality of Coevorden connected

bedrijvenloket_coevorden_front_connectisAs part of the push to achieve an optimal service level, the municipality of Coevorden now makes use of eHerkennning.

We connected the municipality of Coevorden to the eHerkenning network as part of the collaboration with Dimpact.

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Provinces use eHerkenning for fireworks approval

provincie_vuurwerk_eherkenning_front_connectisTogether with our partner iWelcome, we realised the connection of the IPO (Association of the Provinces of the Netherlands) to eHerkenning.

For this purpose, Connectis developed a ASP.NET application based on its .NET-adapter, allowing the supplier of IPO to easily connect its customers to eHerkenning.

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