June saw the launch of one of the biggest projects of the year. Its start was difficult, it began in an exceptional period, when we switched to remote working mode. Fortunately, online recruitment went very well and people with very strong competences joined our ranks. As a result, we completed the analysis phase on time, with complete success - huge congratulations to the team!
We are facing another organisational and technological challenge - the implementation phase, which will last 12 months. The project will involve 16 consultants from our organisation, and the implementation will be supervised by a synergy of very high technical and analytical competences. The business goal of the project is very interesting. Our task is to create a system fully configurable by stakeholders. One of its functions will be to create new substantive forms and new system processes. It is a very ambitious challenge, which our architects met. The tool is to improve the functioning of the Ministry of Finance in the back-office area. Its task will be to optimise and digitise the processes of generating, making available and distributing information on a uniform and up-to-date position of tax administration bodies on the manner of interpreting and applying tax and customs law.
In September, we managed to complete the first stage of the project, namely the analysis and preparation of the technical design. We have intensive work ahead of us to produce the system, which we must complete by the beginning of March, this coming year.