Public and government organisations
The government sector in Central and Eastern Europe is probably the most challenging sector in the IT business these days; rapidly developing economies, the demands and regulatory requirements of EU accession (or related pre-accession activities) and above all unprecedented security concerns place enormous pressure on public administrations and their IT environments.
S&T provides all kinds of government institutions, from ministries to municipalities, and all kinds of public service organisations, from universities to lottery companies with consulting services, project management, system integration and operational support, together with a comprehensive portfolio of best-of-breed products and solutions. The S&T business model enables the company to live up to its claim to be a “One Stop IT Partner
”. On the basis of approved consulting concepts, solid infrastructure services ranging from technical infrastructure such as servers, storage systems, networks and state-of-the-art security solutions to Managed Services such as Outsourcing and Network Management S&T supplies its customers with specialist expertise and know-how in the field of business applications.
In the public sector an important focus is on Document Management Solutions
such as Workflow Management
and on a carefully selected portfolio of specific industry solutions.
Strategic issues in the public sector industry
S&T has identified the following IT issues as the most challenging and immediate in the
area of governmental and public administration:
- e-Taxation, tax compliance, tax and customs processing, tax auditing, anti money laundering solutions
- Agricultural and environmental monitoring, implementation of GIS systems; cadastre management; registration, collection, processing and distribution of environmental data
- Border Control Systems, entry control and registration systems, national security > Identity Control Management, passport and identification cards, biometric access systems
- e-Government, Portals, e-Learning
Selected government referencesMinistry of Telecommunications and Information Society
Ministry of Science
Serbian State Lottery
Mihajlo Pupin Institute
Ministry of Internal Affairs
Serbian Post Office
Ministry of Energetic
Ministry of Finance
World health Organization - WHO
Olimpic Comitee of Yugoslavia