Bilbomática has an important presence in the European Commission and other European bodies since 2003.
From our European experience we may highlight:
- Framework Contract for Directorate-General Justice, and DG Home Affairs for the development and maintenance of websites and databases (2004-2008). Confidence from DG-JLS was renewed with a new award for an additional 5-year period (2008-2013).
- Framework Contract with the European Environment Agency (EEA) in ICT services, as first contractor in GIS, windows development (.Net, SharePoint) and windows support (helpdesk and user support), and second contractor for web development, Linux development and Linux support.
- Collaboration with the Directorate-General Environment in ICT serrvices.
- Framework Contract with the European Agency for Fundamental rights (FRA) for the development of websites and web-based applications (2006-2010).
- Framework Contract with DG Joint Research Centre (Ispra Site Directorate) for the implementation of an electronic documents and records management system (2008-2012), based on Open Text eDOCS – Livelink suite.
- Framework Contract with the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training(CEDEFOP) in the field of Open Text Livelink (2008-2012).
- Competitive framework contracts for the European Centre for the Disease Prevention and Control(ECDC), European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) and Eurojust, for the provision of software development and IT services.
- Framework contract with Eurojust for the maintenance of the European Judicial Network website.
- Other important customers are the Council of the European Union, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (OSHA), the European GNSS Agency (GSA), the Publications Office, the European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA) and the Institute for Transuranium Elements (DG JRC – ITU).
All these projects have provided our company with specific know-how in standards, procedures, methodologies and tools managed by the Public Bodies of the European Union, working intra-murals as well as extra-murals for different Directorates and Agencies. This increasing experience has allowed the European area to become a mature division within the company (15% of the total company’s turnover), with a vocation of enlarging and creating new relationships with new European customers in the ICT field.