In attempt to provide citizens with easy access to services and information that people might need any time any day, many government institutions started to integrate tools and software applications for the public sector that change the way citizens interact with their local governments. That caused a rapid implementation of e-government applications in large European cities, adopting e-government solutions for use by its city councils.
Redwerk team assisted e-government solutions providers in Europe with the development of such projects. In order for citizen inquiries to be processed correctly Redwerk provided implementations for standards like e-forms and Open311 in accordance with European Union (EU) e-government laws. We use CMS customization best practices making sure content management systems are standard-compliant and updated in accordance with specialized functional requirements of European cities and counties, non-profit organizations and foreign missions.
In order to facilitate the delivery of public services we developed the systems that are lighting fast, able to crawl multiple city and county councils, police and other authority websites and present the aggregated data and present all of this information as up-to-date and streamlined as possible.
Our background in cooperation with European Union covers successful project on modernization of European Parliament Voting Platform. Our dedicated team managed to migrate EUREL EUGI platform from JBoss to the up-to-date Tomcat/Spring Java technology stack.
We can help deploy m-government services and applications for users are able to have access to services everywhere and anytime from any device and receive up to the minute updates right to their phones.
Redwerk helped to pave the way for accessible, transparent government and we welcome you to leverage our expertise in order to facilitate successful planning, design and development of e-government initiatives and expand online services to the public.