Designing and developing complex applications and IT systems on a turn-key basis, has been a core and continuous activity of EUROPEAN DYNAMICS since its very existence, more than 20 years ago. The group has developed for a wide range of national and international organisations some of their most popular and successful applications and systems. A typical example is the e-collaboration platform of the European Commission (CIRCA). EUROPEAN DYNAMICS accumulated extensive experience in addressing the needs and requirements of the government sector and big organisations.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS undertakes the design, development, installation and support of tailor-made applications and complex systems, according to clients’ needs. The group’s offerings rely on a wide range of COTS platforms (e.g. Oracle, Microsoft, EMC), as well as on vendor-independent open source frameworks. The group offers the best price/performance ratio and optimal Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) to its clients.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS covers the full lifecycle of application and software development. The group maintains in-house competence and training centres, it applies constantly new technologies and it adheres regularly to innovation. The processes are revised frequently to embrace world class, state-of-the-art techniques and methodologies. The solutions are delivered as stand-alone or constituent parts of global environments, integrated in an optimum manner. The group conducts in parallel Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) missions and designs smooth migration strategies to the new systems.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS undertakes complex missions on a turn-key basis also in the fields of ICT, which involve integrated delivery of applications, bundled with all necessary hardware and security artefacts. To ensure results of a high standard, the group applies state-of-the-art methodologies and relies on a wide spectrum of qualified and experienced staff, as well as on a professional industrial environment for assembling, staging, testing and dispatching of equipment.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS relies on modern and efficient technology infrastructure comprising a wide range of tools and platforms as well as in-house laboratory and testing environments. Almost all the solutions developed by the group are complex, critical, sensitive and high availability systems, operating under strict Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
The group applies well-proven and professional working methodologies. They rely on accumulated experience and know-how, software libraries, best practices and constant improvement methods. Moreover, project specific metrics are defined and applied to ensure consistent results of a high standard.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS employs a framework supported by its ISO 9001:2013 and ISO 27001:2013 certifications. It relies on the use of a wide range of methodologies which include PRINCE2 for project management, UML/RUP and CMM (Capability Maturity Model) for software engineering, ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) for IT services management, Agile development (SCRUM / SAFe, Disciplined Agile 2.0, and Kanban) and other.
The group uses acquired experience to design new products in promising areas. Such knowledge is not in the public domain and it is very hard to collect; thus, EUROPEAN DYNAMICS has an important competitive advantage. In addition, projects of this type are acquired through international public competitions, with very demanding selection criteria, where a very small number of IT firms are eligible to participate. This category of services has also a repetitive character, allowing a high level of reusability. Indeed, during the last years the group acquires constantly valuable experience, increasing its chances to win new contracts for the same clients or new clients (who ask for similar experience) in the same domains.
Typical success stories include the e-notices application for the EU Publications Office, the FADO, CAMEO, NYCE and MARS projects for the Council of the EU, the EURES system of the European Commission, the EUDOX platform of the Bundestag in Germany, the case management system of the judiciary in Croatia, MIS systems of the European Railways Agency in France, the back office IT systems of EUIPO in Spain, etc.