Following an International Call for Tenders, the European Medicines Agency (EMEA), based in London, awarded a framework contract worth €15.3 million to the consortium of INTRASOFT International and Trasys.
This significant success is a result of INTRASOFT International's overall on-going growth as one of the most renowned IT services provision companies in Europe. Its presence in UK is an important step for this international company of INTRACOM Group. Within the following months, INTRASOFT International is expected to employ over 15 specialized engineers in their new offices in London.
The project is of strategic importance for EMEA, since its main responsibility is to cover the vast majority of the agency's IT needs for the next four years, namely development and maintenance of software applications as well as technical support services for its IT systems. The offered systems and services will also be used by other European bodies, such as the European Commission, the National Competent Authorities, the pharmaceutical industry, Veterinary/Food Safety Authorities, medical associations, the general public, etc.
EMEA's main responsibility is the protection and promotion of public and animal health, through the evaluation and supervision of medicines for human and veterinary use. The EMEA coordinates the evaluation and supervision of medicinal products throughout the European Union. The Agency brings together the scientific resources of the 25 EU Member States in a network of 42 national competent authorities. It cooperates closely with international partners, reinforcing the EU contribution to global harmonisation.
INTRASOFT International, established in 1996, is a member of INTRACOM Group. INTRASOFT International is today established as one of the primary IT services providers in the European Union. The company has the expertise and ability of managing complex, large-scale IT projects as well as of implementing IT solutions. INTRASOFT International's customer list includes almost the entirety of EU Bodies, such as the European Central Bank, the European Parliament, the European Investment Bank, the European Audit Council, the European Court of Justice, the European Financial and Social Commission as well as the majority of the European Commission's General Directorates (DGs).
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