The uniquely developed system for Széchenyi Programiroda Kft is designed to manage, keep up-to-date and follow the tender materials and tenders. We have completed the system by mapping implementation sites and related sites and compiling statistics and reports on application amounts.
"Interreg was set up in 1990 as a Community Initiative with a budget of only EUR 1 billion, exclusively for cross-border cooperation. Later, Interreg was extended to transnational and interregional cooperation. In a few years, Interreg has become a key tool for the European Union to support cross-border cooperation between partners. The aim is to tackle common challenges together and find common solutions - whether in health, research and education, transport or sustainable energy. Interreg programs shall be financed by the European Regional Development Fund for the harmonious development of the various levels of development of the European Union."
During the joint consultations, the appropriate image elements and the logo belonging to them were created. Péter Vasvári helped us with the logo design, who helped us and our customers for the first time with his fantastic and imaginative logos.
Based on the specification, we designed the software in close collaboration with the customer. The main task of the system is to manage the tender notices and the related document downloads, and to keep them regularly updated. The other important task was to follow up the applications. Available, up-to-date information on the participants in the winning applications and the project had to be provided. In addition, the production of statistics and the display of information graphics had to be solved.
In the first round, we created the project database, the management of downloadable documents, news and calendar entries. This was followed by map display, filter design, and the incorporation of statistics and charts. Meanwhile, we have brought the frontend display together with the backend so that we can also visualize the data. At the end of the project, the full image and the new application follow-up page were completed.