CCNR

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The Central Commission for Navigation on the Rhine (CCNR) is an organisation of the European Commission responsible for the observation of the inland navigation market.

As such, they produce annual reports in several languages. NEOH’s mission was to optimise the digital version of the CCNR’s annual reports, in particular by integrating dynamic graphics that can be consulted directly online.

These graphs can be generated very simply, by loading an Excel or csv file. The data can then be converted, as required, into curves, pie charts or any other presentation.

Our agency has also set up a personalised back office interface that allows our client to easily create, edit and translate reports into several languages, in just a few clicks.

Because at NEOH, we love to respond to specific problems by providing tailor-made solutions, do not hesitate to consult us for any complex or specific requests: we will be happy to study them!


Visit this NEOH web creation : https://inland-navigation-market.org
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Laure Sutter
Business development and follow-up

Attentive to your needs, she is your first point of contact. Her experience of more than 10 years as an independent trader enables her to understand instantly the needs and requirements of our clients. Trained and used to the technical use of a website, she will be able to inform you efficiently.

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Bruno Hermanche
Founder of NEOH

From the creation of NEOH in 2005, Bruno wanted to put his experience in large communication groups at the service of ambitious projects, aimed at small and medium-sized businesses, so that they can also access premium quality websites, at affordable prices.

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Morgane Sutter
Versatile Web Designer

Is behind (almost) every line of code of your website! Between graphic design and development, Morgane refused to choose: her eclecticism and her permanent technological watches allow her to propose you the latest design innovations. She focuses more particularly on user experience.