The customer was Moscow’s legislative assembly.
The customer sought to convert many aspects of governing to a digital infrastructure. This required an Electronic Document Management System. Their main goals included:
- Massive reduction of paperwork
- Reduced maintenance costs for equipment and for physical printing
- A Dedicated archive for current and past data
- Increase productivity through automated procedures
The above crated the backbone for this challenging project.
The ITM House team was able to provide a solution by utilizing three essential modules. These are the website, the corporate portal, and the content management system.
The website professionally and clearly covered news and event updates as they pertain to the government body and community. Visitors had access to an internet reception desk. They could submit a request, which was sent to Moscow’s government body.
Secure Corporate Portal
The portal was protected and secure. It was exclusively used for organization employees. Users could enter the Electronic Document Management System using the corporate portal. It was also only accessible on-location and from the immediate local network.
Users could engage with the correspondence reports and calendar information in the portal. Various permission levels controlled what they could see and how they could interact with it.
Interestingly, the portal was not just an informative platform. It also gave users tools they needed for their daily activities and work.
Content Management System
The CMS was not accessible by many. It allowed the exclusive team members to edit information on the portal and website. Users could set up new pages, add new function modules, upload photos and video, and edit the text with ease.
It all synchronized with third party IT providers, so there would be no service interruption or discrepancy in the system.
Platform — PC, mobile; Operating system — Windows, Mac, Linux; Programming language and technology — PHP5.3, Symfony, MySQL5, Sphinx; Architecture — client-server.