To operate efficiently, public services must optimise internal and external information exchanges. This means: 

  • Interfacing applications with the information system.
  • Makingdifferent types of system, either internal or external, communicate with each other.
  • Communicating with other public services, whether local, cantonal or federal, and with mutual partners such as the Swiss Social Security Services (AVS), while observing the data exchange regulations in force (SEDEX, eCH, etc.)



Stéphane Péronnet

Stéphane Péronnet, Cross Engineering Manager 

In an increasingly interconnected environment, business applications need to communicate with other applications and repositories within the information system to offer members of the public real added value.


Thanks to our knowledge of public service environments, we can integrate your business applications and interface them with different systems, in line with data exchange standards and regulations:

  • System integration:
    • ERP (Enterprise Ressource Planning): integrated management software (SAP, SAI).
    • Thémis: "Office des Poursuites" (Swiss debt collection enforcement agency) management software.
    • Registers / Repositories:
      • Tax Register
      • Population Register
      • Companies Register
      • Trade Register
      • Real Estate Register
      •  …
  • Data exchange interfaces and regulations:
    • SEDEX: the Swiss Confederation's secure data exchange platform.
    • eCH: Swiss e-Government standard.
    • BVR/OPAE/DTA: Different documents for payment transactions with the post office and banks.
    • EBPP (Electronic Bill Presentation and Payment): electronic invoicing (Paynet/Yellowbill).
    • e-LP: electronic tracking of litigation and prosecutions, data exchange for prosecutions.