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eHalal Network

eHalal develops Halal Enterprise Resource Planning & Supply Chain Management Systems and follows the Halal standard set by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and The Standards and Metrology Institute for the Islamic Countries (SMIIC). Member states of SMIIC include Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Gabon, Gambia, Guinea, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kyrgyz Republic, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Pakistan, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Somalia, Sudan, Suriname, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates with Bosnia & Herzegovina, Thailand and the Turkish Cypriot State currently holding Observer status.

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eHalal Proof of Authority Consensus

Ehalal is a private Blockchain platform on the Etherum Network which will have a massive effect on the global Halal industry.

Our platform will rely on the Proof of Authority consensus and not the common Proof of Work or Proof of Stake Protocols used in Ethereum and other Blockchain Networks.

The benefits and advantages of the Proof of Authority Consensus is that it’s a reputation based protocol that does not need mining.

Since our platform is aimed at benefiting the global halal industry we had to develop a blockchain platform which requires less computing power compared to the other consensus.

eHalal ERP/SCM System apps

eHalal provides an Enterprise Resource Planning and Halal Supply Chain Management System under the Software as a Service business model for small and medium sized companies on our eHalal Cloud servers. Phase I has been launched on June 15 2018 include data centers in Singapore, Malaysia, Turkey, the United Kingdom and Germany.

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The aim of the eHalal service is to offer a cost effective solution to Halal Certification authorities or small to medium sized companies on a limited annual budget. The system runs on several dedicated cloud servers (Ubuntu Linux 16.04) and alerting each member of any contamination and violation in either the food, pharmaceutical or the logistical Halal supply chain.

  • 42 Languages including English, Arabic, French, Portuguese, Urdu and Vietnamese
  • Electronic Data Interchange of Documents between Halal Authorities and Manufacturers
  • Private Blockchain Network for Halal Certification only
  • Proof of Authority between different SMIIC nodes

eHalal Tokens HAL

The eHalal Token Coin (HAL) is based on the Ethereum Network (ERC20). The trading token will be used to be circulated across the Ethereum blockchain. The total number of HAL is 751 million, which will be distributed as follows:

Start

Jun 15, 2018 (9:00AM)

Number of tokens for sale

364,000.000 HAL (49.59%)

End

Sep 30, 2018 (11:59PM)

Token exchange rate

1 ETH = 45000 HAL

Acceptable currencies

ETH, BIN, BTC, FIAT

Minimal transaction amount

1 ETH/ 40 BIN/ USD 400

Roadmap

Our Timeline

With help from our teams, contributors and investors these are the milestones we are looking forward to achieve.



Management Board Team

The eHalal Team combines a passion for enterprise application development, industry expertise & a proven track record in project completions.

Wolfgang Holzem

Chief Technology Officer

Wolfgang Holzem

Chief Technology Officer

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Zulinda Mahmod

Chief Administrative Officer

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Zulinda Mahmod

Chief Admin Officer

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Dr. Robert Bowitz

Chief Marketing Officer

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Dr. Robert Bowitz

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Sy Lee Loh

Chief Financial Officer

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Sy Lee Loh

Chief Financial Officer

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YM Dr Raja Putra Shah

Chairman of Advisory Board

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YM Dr Raja Putra Shah

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Dr Saaed Akhtar

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Dr Saaed Akhtar

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Dr Stephen Sim

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Dr Stephen Sim

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Jason Hess

Platform Architect

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Jason Hess

Platform Advisory Architect

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Papa Secka

East Africa

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Papa Secka

Board Adviser East Africa

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Below we have provided more details on eHalal Network. If you have any other questions, please get in touch using the contact form below.

What is eHalal Network?

eHalal provides an Enterprise Resource Planning and Halal Supply Chain Management System under the Software as a Service business model for small and medium sized companies on our eHalal Cloud servers. Phase I was launched on June 15 2018 and include data centers in Singapore, Malaysia, Turkey and Germany.

In which countries will eHalal be available?

Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Gabon, Gambia, Guinea, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kyrgyz Republic, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Pakistan, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Somalia, Sudan, Suriname, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda and United Arab Emirates

What is eHalal Proof of Authority Consensus?

Ehalal is a private Blockchain platform on the Etherum Network which will have a massive effect on the global Halal industry. Our platform will rely on the Proof of Authority consensus and not the common Proof of Work or Proof of Stake Protocols used in Ethereum and other Blockchain Networks.

What is the Meaning of Halal?

The term “Halal” is an Arabic word, which means permissible. It is the opposite of “Haram” which means prohibited under Sharia. Halal defines a product where the sharia principles and measures are observed throughout all stages in the Supply Chain Management Process, including the manufacturing, logistic and distribution sector.

Lack of Globally Recognised Halal Certification System

The absence of standardized halal certification system at the global level has given rise to technical barriers for cross-border trading of halal products among international economies.

Inaccurate and Unauthentic Data of Halal Products

Halal products that are not authentically certified or lacking transparent mechanism of certification can cause trust issues and delays in setting up a global distribution system.

Poor Regulation of Raw Materials for Halal Products

There is no heavily regulated market for raw materials of halal products. Such unavailability enables non-sharia compliant ingredients and materials to be mixed with the halal food. In this situation, it is difficult to avoid this contamination due to the complexity of the world food supply chain

Centralized Regulation for Halal Food

A centralized regulatory system for halal food is sufficiently difficult to manage and regulate the industry across the whole chain due to challenges and issues in its implementation. The methods, technology and regulatory bodies across the globe that run halal food supply chains have not kept pace.

What is the eHalal token?

The eHalal Token Coin (HAL) is based on the Ethereum Network (ERC20). The trading token will be used to be circulated across the Ethereum blockchain. The total number of HAL is 751 million of which 364 million will be made available for listing.

How many tokens will be allocated to Founding members

20% of HAL tokens that will be rewarded to the founding team and partners will be immediately and fully locked after the ICO. These restrictions will be lifted gradually according to the project’s progress after tokens are listed in the secondary market.

eHalal salaries & monthly wages

Since the launch of the eHalal project in Dec 2017 all members, directors and advisers have not received any monthly wages and the eHalal project has been internally financed.

Who owns eHalal Network

eHalal.io, ehalal.cloud and ehalal.network are owned and operated by Sentosa Blockchain Pte Ltd with UEN No #200909165D. The registered and fully paid-up capital is 250,000.00 Singapore Dollars

Mobile Application Development

Sony Ericsson, Asian Trails, Rembrandt Hotel & Tower, Bonnington Group Dubai, Paradise Koh Yao Resort, Legend Chiang Rai, Asiarooms.com.

ERP Systems

Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), Asian Trails Group (Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar and China). PATA Travel Mart 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and PATA Travel Mart 2018 Langkawi - Malaysia. Asian Trails Travel Group, AsiaRooms.com (LateRooms.com and TUI Travel Group).

Blockchain Projects

Sportplay (Lifestyle Sportz (S) Pte Ltd)
Sentosa Music Distributions Pte Ltd
Music Licencing on the Blockchain for Indie artists

Payment Gateways

Visa, Master Card, AMEX, JCB, Diners Club, UnionPay, ALIPay, WeChat Pay, CIMB Clicks, Maybank, GlobeCash, BancNet, Bangkok Bank, Krungthai Bank, SCB, Krungsri, KBank, BigC, Tesco Lotus, eNets, BCA KlickPay, Mandiri Bank, e-Pay BRI, Permata Bank, Citibank, DBS, POSB, OCBC, UOB & Standard Chartered Bank.

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS OF SINGAPORE

THE EHALAL TOKENS AND ANY DOCUMENTS USED IN CONNECTION THEREWITH HAVE NOT BEEN REGISTERED AS A PROSPECTUS WITH THE MONETARY AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE UNDER THE SECURITIES AND FUTURES ACT, CHAPTER 289 OF SINGAPORE (“SFA”). ACCORDINGLY, THE SAFT AND ANY OTHER DOCUMENT IN CONNECTION WITH THE OFFER OR SALE, OR INVITATION FOR SUBSCRIPTION OR PURCHASE, THEREOF MAY NOT BE CIRCULATED OR DISTRIBUTED, NOR MAY IT BE OFFERED OR SOLD, OR BE MADE THE SUBJECT OF AN INVITATION FOR SUBSCRIPTION OR PURCHASE, WHETHER DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, TO ANY PERSON IN SINGAPORE OTHER THAN (I) TO AN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR UNDER SECTION 274 OF THE SFA, (II) TO A RELEVANT PERSON PURSUANT TO SECTION 275(1), OR ANY PERSON PURSUANT TO SECTION 275(1A), AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 275 OF THE SFA, OR (III) OTHERWISE PURSUANT TO, AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF, ANY OTHER APPLICABLE PROVISION OF THE SFA. WHERE ANY SAFT IS SUBSCRIBED FOR OR PURCHASED UNDER SECTION 275 OF THE SFA BY A RELEVANT PERSON WHICH IS A TRUST (WHERE THE TRUSTEE IS NOT AN ACCREDITED INVESTOR (AS DEFINED IN SECTION 4A OF THE SFA)) WHOSE SOLE PURPOSE IS TO HOLD INVESTMENTS AND EACH BENEFICIARY OF THE TRUST IS AN ACCREDITED INVESTOR, THE BENEFICIARIES’ RIGHTS AND INTEREST (HOWSOEVER DESCRIBED) IN THAT TRUST SHALL NOT BE TRANSFERABLE FOR 6 MONTHS AFTER THAT TRUST HAS ACQUIRED THE SHARES UNDER SECTION 275 OF THE SFA EXCEPT (I) TO AN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR UNDER SECTION 274 OF THE SFA OR TO A RELEVANT PERSON (AS DEFINED IN SECTION 275(2) OF THE SFA), (II) WHERE SUCH TRANSFER ARISES FROM AN OFFER THAT IS MADE ON TERMS THAT SUCH RIGHTS OR INTEREST ARE ACQUIRED AT A CONSIDERATION OF NOT LESS THAN S$200,000 (OR ITS EQUIVALENT IN A FOREIGN CURRENCY) FOR EACH TRANSACTION (WHETHER SUCH AMOUNT IS TO BE PAID FOR IN CASH OR BY EXCHANGE OF SECURITIES OR OTHER ASSETS), (III) WHERE NO CONSIDERATION IS OR WILL BE GIVEN FOR THE TRANSFER, (IV) WHERE THE TRANSFER IS BY OPERATION OF LAW, (V) AS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 276(7) OF THE SFA, OR (VI) AS SPECIFIED IN REGULATION 32.

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS OF THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA

IN RELATION TO EACH MEMBER STATE OF THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA WHICH HAS IMPLEMENTED THE PROSPECTUS DIRECTIVE (EACH, A “RELEVANT MEMBER STATE”), THE EHALAL TOKENS AND ANY RELATED DOCUMENTS ARE BEING DISTRIBUTED ONLY TO, AND DIRECTED ONLY AT (AND ANY RELATED PURCHASE ACTIVITY WILL BE ENGAGED ONLY WITH) (A) A LEGAL ENTITY THAT IS A QUALIFIED INVESTOR AS DEFINED IN THE PROSPECTUS DIRECTIVE, (B) FEWER THAN 150 NATURAL OR LEGAL PERSONS (OTHER THAN QUALIFIED INVESTORS AS DEFINED IN THE PROSPECTUS DIRECTIVE), SUBJECT TO OBTAINING THE PRIOR CONSENT OF ANY REPRESENTATIVE FOR ANY SUCH OFFER; OR (C) PERSON THE SALES TO WHOM WOULD BE IN ANY OTHER CIRCUMSTANCE FALLING WITHIN ARTICLE 3(2) OF THE PROSPECTUS DIRECTIVE; PROVIDED THAT NO SUCH TRANSACTION MAY RESULT IN A REQUIREMENT FOR THE PUBLICATION BY THE COMPANY OF A PROSPECTUS PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 3 OF THE PROSPECTUS DIRECTIVE. THE EXPRESSION “PROSPECTUS DIRECTIVE” MEANS DIRECTIVE 2003/71/EC (AS AMENDED), INCLUDING BY DIRECTIVE 2010/73/EU, AND INCLUDES ANY RELEVANT IMPLEMENTING MEASURE IN THE RELEVANT MEMBER STATE. THIS EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA SELLING RESTRICTION IS IN ADDITION TO ANY OTHER APPLICABLE SELLING RESTRICTIONS SET FORTH HEREIN.

NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE PARTIES IN CHINA

EHALAL TOKENS ARE NOT BEING OFFERED OR SOLD AND MAY NOT BE OFFERED OR SOLD, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, WITHIN THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA (FOR SUCH PURPOSES, NOT INCLUDING THE HONG KONG AND MACAU SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGIONS OR TAIWAN), EXCEPT AS PERMITTED BY THE SECURITIES AND OTHER LAWS AND REGULATIONS OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA.

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS OF ALL OTHER JURISDICTIONS

NO ACTION HAS BEEN TAKEN TO PERMIT THE OFFER, SALE, POSSESSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF THE EHALAL TOKENS OR ANY RELATED DOCUMENTS IN ANY JURISDICTION WHERE ACTION FOR THAT PURPOSE IS REQUIRED. THE PURCHASERS ARE REQUIRED TO INFORM THEMSELVES ABOUT, AND TO OBSERVE ANY RESTRICTIONS RELATING TO, THE EHALAL TOKENS AND ANY RELATED DOCUMENTS IN THE PURCHASER’S JURISDICTION.

Progress Report August 2018

  1. 1. BETA MODULE: Generate Web Deployment module
  2. 2. DEPLOYED: Accept anonmymous events that have not been assigned
  3. 3. DEPLOYED: Accounting - Added import function on general ledger
  4. 4. DEPLOYED: Accounting - Show journal name and hide button draft export
  5. 5. DEPLOYED: Can create event a company, member or a Halal agency
  6. 6. Paymen Module: Added a button to create Stripe customer from the Payment mode tab
  7. 7. PAYMENT MODULE: Added Bangkok Bank Payment Gateway for Thai Halal agencies / Manufacturers
  8. 8. PAYMENT MODULE: Added Bank of Ayuthaya Payment Gateway for Thai Halal agencies / Manufacturers
  9. 9. PAYMENT MODULE: Added Siam Commercial Bank Payment Gateway for Thai Halal agencies / Manufacturers
  10. 10. PAYMENT MODULE: Added TMB Payment Gateway for Thai Halal agencies / Manufacturers
  11. 11. PAYMENT MODULE: Added Krungthai Bank Payment Gateway for Thai Halal agencies / Manufacturers
  12. 12. PAYMENT MODULE: Added Maybank Payment Gateway for Malaysian Halal agencies / Manufacturers
  13. 13. PAYMENT MODULE: Added CIMB Bank Payment Gateway for Malaysian Halal agencies / Manufacturers
  14. 14. PAYMENT MODULE: Added Alipay Payment Gateway for global Halal agencies / Manufacturers
  15. 15. PAYMENT MODULE: Added SEPA Payment Gateway for EU Halal agencies / Manufacturers in 32 countries
  16. 16. MARKETPLACE: Activate website module for Halal Agencies, Manufacturers and products
  17. 17. DEPLOYED: Added function to specify accountant/auditor of a company
  18. 18. COMMERCE: Added function for Date delivery/aailability on proposals
  19. 19. DEPLOYED: Added function for date in goods received and modified supplier tables
  20. 20. MARKETPLACE: Added function for suppliers in export profile
  21. 21. DEPLOYED: Added entry for the GDPR contact
  22. 22. MARKETPLACE: Added extrafield type "html" in Halal agency introduction
  23. 23. DEPLOYED: GENERATE reference number in Finance Sheet and update exported filenames
  24. 24. PRODUCT: Added file management on products lists
  25. 25. DEPLOYED: Added filter on ERP project task list
  26. 26. PAYMENT: Added internal stripe and Wirecard payment page for invoicing module
  27. 27. SECURITY: Added key into Logging IP numbers module
  28. 28. FINANCE: Added link between credit notice invoice and original source
  29. 29. DEPLOYED: Added linked tab to VAT/GST
  30. 30. DEPLOYED: Added link to Stripe's info API in bank menu for Halal agencies
  31. 31. DEPLOYED: Added link to Wirecard's info API in bank menu for Halal agencies and manufacturers
  32. 32. DEPLOYED: Added margin filters for manufacturers
  33. 33. DEPLOYED: Added enable/disable cron job list on backend
  34. 34. DEPLOYED: Added method for distributed payments on both proforma and invoices
  35. 35. MARKETPLACE: Added multicurrency support for manufactured products for manufacturers, orders and invoices
  36. 36. DEPLOYED: Added new parameters to the TCPDF encryption module
  37. 37. DEPLOYED: Added optional assign field in pdf proposal for both manufactuer and Halal agencies.
  38. 38. FINANCE: Added module with an option to download external Bank statement validated by payment gateways. (Asia only)
  39. 39. DEPLOYED: Added option for the sync of the agreement for a Halal agency to invoice manufacturer
  40. 40. SECURITY: Added parameter to restict IP number outside the web directory in the config files and limit to 1 IP number
  41. 41. DEPLOYED: Added PDF Module Function to check if pdf files are protected and encrypted
  42. 42. WAREHOUSE: Added pdf template Halal Warehouse module
  43. 43. DEPLOYED: Added correct format for all countries that are part of the OIC countries
  44. 44. FINANCE: Added Afghanistan Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)(Awaiting approval)
  45. 45. FINANCE: Added Algeria Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  46. 46. FINANCE: Added Azerbaijan Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  47. 47. FINANCE: Added Burkina Faso Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)(Awaiting approval)
  48. 48. FINANCE: Added Cameroon Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  49. 49. FINANCE: Added Côte d'Ivoire Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  50. 50. FINANCE: Added Djibouti Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)(Awaiting approval)
  51. 51. FINANCE: Added Gambia Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  52. 52. FINANCE: Added Guinea Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)(Awaiting approval)
  53. 53. FINANCE: Added Iran Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  54. 54. FINANCE: Added Iraq Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  55. 55. FINANCE: Added Jordan Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  56. 56. FINANCE: Added Kyrgyz Republic Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  57. 57. FINANCE: Added Lebanon Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  58. 58. FINANCE: Added Libya Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  59. 59. FINANCE: Added Malaysia Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  60. 60. FINANCE: Added Mali Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports
  61. 61. FINANCE: Added Mauritania Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  62. 62. FINANCE: Added Morocco Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  63. 63. FINANCE: Added Mauritania Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  64. 64. FINANCE: Added Niger Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  65. 65. FINANCE: Added Pakistan Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  66. 66. FINANCE: Added Palestine Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  67. 67. FINANCE: Added Qatar Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  68. 68. FINANCE: Added Saudi Arabia Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  69. 69. FINANCE: Added Senegal Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  70. 70. FINANCE: Added Somalia Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  71. 71. FINANCE: Added Sudan Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  72. 72. FINANCE: Added Suriname Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  73. 73. FINANCE: Added Tunisia Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  74. 74. FINANCE: Added Turkey Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  75. 75. FINANCE: Added Uganda Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  76. 76. FINANCE: Added United Arab Emirates Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  77. 77. FINANCE: Added Bosnia Herzegovinia Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  78. 78. FINANCE: Added Thailand Criteria for Financial Reporting / Tariff code (Imports and Exports)
  79. 79. DEPLOYED: Added Financial transactions for both off and online transactions
  80. 80. MARKETPLACE: Added module for contact on supplier proposals
  81. 81. DEPLOYED: Added trigger to modify contract and agreement between Halal agency and manufacturer
  82. 82. EDIX: Changed EDI module from Beta to Deployed with AS2 (Applicability Statement 2)
  83. 83. MARKETPLACE: Allow negative quantity for dispatch beteen manuafacturers and wholesellers
  84. 84. BACKEND: Fully integration of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
  85. 85. DEPLOYED: Exporting all calendar items into Apple's iOS and Mac OS devices with a synchronisation tool for Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange Server
  86. 86. BACKEND: Cancel all orders, suspend if Halal certification has been removed including the broadcasting of all barcodes linked to the suspended items (GS1 Belgium)
  87. 87. WAREHOUSE: Set a default warehouse field for products + warehouses when dispatching orders from manufacturing
  88. 88. DEPLOYED: Experimental DAV module provides a public and private directory
  89. 89. DEPLOYED: Added users representative to Halal Agency
  90. 90. FINANCE: Added an Online payment module for clearing invoices and subscriptions

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