Introduction

The association

ADCET is a non-profit association founded in 2005, made up of public and private members, whose purpose is to promote the development and use of digital systems by regional authorities to improve the lives of citizens and the management of local groups.
  • Our goals are as follows:
  • To put new technologies to work for the benefit of local residents.
  • To personalize and improve the relationship between users and regional authorities.
  • To simplify steps and procedures for users.
  • To reduce management costs.
  • To eliminate repetitive tasks.

Applications

Digital systems have many applications for regional authorities:
  • Dematerializing procedures
  • Shopping and loyalty cards
  • Street and lot parking
  • City cards and public facilities (CVQ) cards
  • Electronic payments and e-wallets
  • Student cards (junion high and and high schools, universities, etc.)
  • Transportation and ticketing systems
  • Tourism
  • Merchant loyalty cards

Our approach

Our approach to achieving this goal:
  • Promoting conversations between the public and private sector.
  • Clarifying and focusing on regional needs.
  • Pooling resources.
  • Finding and analyzing solutions.
  • Establishing standards and upholding them long-term.
  • Identifying and sharing key success factors.
  • Identifying and supporting opportunities for pilot projects.
  • Helping and supporting our members with personal data protection regulation compliance.
  • To meet market expectations, we must establish standards in order to create new technical architectures that are open and sustainable, and develop a complete, secure service offer. That's why one of ADCET's main achievements has been the publication of the AFNOR AMC (Citizen Multiservice Application) standard.

The AMC standard

To meet market expectations, we must establish standards in order to create new technical architectures that are open and sustainable, and develop a complete, secure service offer. That's why one of ADCET's main achievements has been the publication of the AFNOR AMC (Citizen Multiservice Application) standard.
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Become a member

ADCET is open to all non-commercial enterprises (municipalities and communities within municipalities, regional and departmental councils, universities, student services, junior highs and high schools, etc.) and commercial enterprises (manufacturers, software and IT companies, telecom operators, transportation companies, banks, consultants, etc.) inspired by this market.

For more information about membership requirements, see our Rules of Procedure. If you are interested in becoming a member of ADCET, please complete the online form. We will be in touch to answer any questions you may have.

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