2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued a call for tender to
the implementation of an integrated management system (Adaptive Case Management
System). The objective of this call for tender is to improve the efficiency of
the entire institution, limit the duplication of operations and strengthen the
interoperability system between the Court and external actors. Design,
manufacturing and production activities are financed by a framework contract
lasting five years with a value of €26 million.
Net Service, as leader of the Consortium that sees Charles Oakes Ltd as principal, will be in charge of the contract and all related activities.
“We are enormously proud of this success. After a prolonged and demanding selection process, the European Court of Justice put its trust in our specialist teams and platforms. This endorsement, received by the highest Guarantee Institution in Europe, recognizes the hard work carried out over the years by our Group, which can now be considered among the main players in the e-Justice scenario,” commented Gianluca Ortolani, CEO of Net Service.
“We are confident this is the start of a long and fruitful partnership with the Court of Justice of the European Union, a client whose needs and objectives are perfectly in line with the DNA of our Group,” stressed Cristiano Morgani, CEO of Net Service Lux.
“The appointment of Net Service as leader of this ambitious project confirms the capability and excellency of Italian entrepreneurship in the most advanced innovative sectors, able to compete with leading global IT companies. Thanks to the strengthening and innovation of the e-Justice sector, we are confident we can contribute to achieving the quickest and most efficient Justice system within the framework of national and international institutions. We are particularly grateful to our diplomatic authorities and our Embassy in Luxembourg in particular for the support provided to Italian companies operating in the leading sectors,” concluded Rocco Antonio Cangelosi, President of the group.
Net Service has come to occupy a primary position in the national and international Digital Justice sector, operating since 2001 as a partner to the Italian Ministry of Justice, and on an international level by taking part in various European e-Justice initiatives. Net Service is the supplier of reference of the newly-formed Unified Patent Court after winning the international tender for the supply of the integrated management system of which ASTREA is the platform of reference.