The European Commission selected an offer for IT services from a consortium that includes Romanian software company Siveco. The group of companies will provide services as part of a 4 year year contract, worth nearly EUR 100 million, writes Mediafax.
The project will involve over 550 IT specialists.
“Siveco is the only Romanian company selected to supply the European Commission in the IT department. The budget for the contract is nearly EUR 100 million, for a global effort estiamted at 550 specialists involved – project managers, architects, software developers, web specialists, IT consultants etc”, according to a press release from the company.
Siveco Romania took part in the selection process in a consortium that also includes IBM, Deloitte and Steria. The services will be rendered for all general directions within the European Commissions and to a number of agencies in Brussels, Luzembourg and Ispra.
The services include web development, analysis and design, studies, technical support and training for using IT systems.
“This marks the first time when a Romanian company is selected to supply services for all the General Directions within the European Commissions. The selection process was extremely through and I have to thank our colleagues for putting in a an enormous amount of work to obtain this result. Since 2009 we are constantly engaged in auctions that take place for the European Commissions and we have proved we have an exceptional team that can meet all our beneficiaries’ requirements. this new contract is the biggest and most important we have won so far and we hope to continue to demonstate the expertise we have own in the last two months”, general director Siveco Romania, Florin Ilia, commented.