29.09.2009 | Poland
Poland takes the next (e-)step with S&T
A web-based IT system supports the implementation of EU legislation into Polish laws
S&T prepared a concept for e-step, which allows the entering, collection and managing of all information and data about the law transpositions at one place. S&T also designed and implemented the whole system and organized trainings for more than 100 active users from ministries and administration. Having won the public tender, S&T Poland began work on the system in late 2008, the going-live was already in July 2009.
There are two different types of users of e-step:
"Thanks to S&T's professionalism, the work was carried out in accordance within the tight schedule. Something that's of great importance to me is the communication with the partner, especially when it comes to a project as complex as this one. The harmonious relationship with S&T made our joint efforts easier, even more so since there was immense work, on the part of both sides," said Arkadiusz Pluciński, Director of the European Law Department within the Office.
Every interested person is now able to follow the progress of building up EU legislation in Poland. Most important is that the system will assist officials in managing the transposition process and help to avoid any delays, which could have legal consequences for the country.
“We are proud that we participate in a project of such social significance and support Poland in fulfilling its duties as member of the EU. As IT consulter No. 1 in CEE, the Office of the Committee for European Integration chose the best partner for this job”, comments Christian Rosner, CEO of S&T Group.