Asseco to support land and mortgage register system
Asseco Poland has signed a four-year contract with the Ministry of Justice for the maintenance and modification of the Electronic Land and Mortgage Register ICT system (Elektroniczne Księgi Wieczyste - EKW), which supports land and mortgage registers in Poland. Under the agreement, apart from day-to-day maintenance of the system, Asseco will also provide technical support and system development services, and will conduct a training program for internal users. The value of the contract is over PLN 14.3 million gross.
EKW is one of the key solutions in the Ministry of Justice. It supports land and mortgage registers in Poland and allows for the use of the Central Information on Land and Mortgage Registers, as well as the exchange of information in electronic form.
As part of the agreement, Asseco will provide the Ministry of Justice with the maintenance services of EKW, which include the supervision of the system use, as well as servicing and technical support. The Company will also ensure the required availability of EKW's full functionality and performance. In addition, it will be responsible for bug fixes. Asseco will also run a training program for internal users and system administrators.
Asseco is the largest Polish IT company, which enjoys a well-established market position. We have the technological, competence and financial potential to effectively carry out even the largest and most important IT projects for the state institutions. Therefore, I am pleased that we will support the Ministry of Justice in further maintenance and development of the EKW system, said Przemysław Borzestowski, Vice President of the Management Board of Asseco Poland, who is responsible for the public administration segment.
By providing maintenance and development services regarding the EKW system, we will use the experience and know-how acquired in the KSI ZUS project, said Sławomir Szmytkowski, Director of the Systems Maintenance Division in Asseco Poland.
Asseco Poland is the largest Polish IT company listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) and the 6th largest software developer in Europe. It leads international Asseco Group which operates in 54 countries and employs over 20,000 people. Asseco is the largest producer of software for the public sector in Poland. The company has built and implemented complex systems for various clients, including the Social Insurance Institution (ZUS), the Ministry of Interior and Administration (MSWiA), the Ministry of National Education (MEN), the Supreme Audit Office (NIK), the Central Statistical Office (GUS), the Agricultural Social Insurance Fund (KRUS), the Agricultural Property Agency (ARP) and the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management (IMiGW). In addition, for years, Asseco has been a trusted partner for the energy, telecommunication, health care, uniformed services and local government sectors.