A big local government institution, whose organization is divided into 15 sub-municipalities.
Implementing a new website based on open source technology to ensure efficiency of the editorial staff, enable better usability, reach interoperability of data coming from different systems and improve the government’s processes.
In phase one, migration of the portal from a monolithic platform to a more lightweight and architecturally distributed platform that could improve both the website performances and the usability for editors. The second phase consists of development of new services/modules and creation of a new UX.
Results and benefits
Improved of user experience, transparency, collaboration and dissemination in spite of the complexities of the organization. Increased productivity of the entire editorial staff.