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EU agentura pro námořní bezpečnost hledá firmu na podporu korporátních IT aplikací (od Microsoftu)


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Zakázka: Služby podpory a údržby pro firemní IT aplikace

Zadavatel: Evropská agentura pro námořní bezpečnost (EMSA), Lisbon

Typ smlouvy: rámcová na 48 měsíců.

Budget: €550.000

Stručný popis: Obecným cílem zakázky je uzavřít rámcovou smlouvu na dobu 4 let za účelem poskytnutí služeb rozvoje, údržby a podpory pro stávající a nové firemní IT aplikace založené na technologii Microsoftu v prostorách agentury EMSA. Agentura chce zachovat stávající firemní IT aplikace a mít možnost stávající moduly dále zlepšovat a aktualizovat. Kromě toho mohou být požadovány nové aplikace pro další firemní IT řešení na podporu horizontálních procesů.

Deadline pro odevzdání nabídek: 10/5.

Jaké korporátní IT aplikace EMSA momentálně používá? All the existing Corporate IT Applications were developed in Microsoft technology, namely: ■ SharePoint 2013 (including office tools) ■ .Net Framework (2.0 to 4.5) ■ Visual Basic and C# ■ Microsoft Workflow Foundation 3 ■ Microsoft SQL Server 2012 to 2014, including Reporting Services and Integration Services ■ Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2

Popis kontraktu: Under this Framework Contract (FWC) additional functionalities may be developed on top of the current systems. Examples of tasks to be performed under the FWC are:■ User requirements analysis, leading to proposals utilising the SharePoint features, Microsoft Office 365, .Net Framework or SQL Server (including Reporting Services and integrations Services); ■ Application architecture and design; ■ IT Project management; ■ Undertaking cost/benefit analysis ■ IT solution development, supporting the internal EMSA procedures in the areas of Human Resources, Planning and Monitoring, Procurement, Legal and Financial Affairs and other corporate fields; ■ Configuration of (complex) workflows, using native Microsoft Workflow Foundation workflows or other COTS tool (Nintex, K2, etc.); ■ Automating data import, for example importing data exported by external or internal reporting systems, such as Business Objects;■ New reports for any of the existing modules. A cost/benefit analysis will decide whether these reports will be developed by the successful tenderer on a case by case basis or if an environment in which EMSA staff can create their own reports will be implemented. ■ Creating additional reporting functionalities and/or creating specific reports; ■ Recommending third party components that may facilitate EMSA’s use of the SharePoint platform; ■ Preventive and reactive patching of the base software; ■ Supporting EMSA migration to or integration with European Commission shared tools; ■ Support migration to Office 365; ■ Supporting EMSA in resolving issues reported by users.

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