LADIS projects focused on delivering total solutions to clients. LADIS adopts a welldefined methodology whether at the level of projects formulation and contracting, or projects execution and maintenance. A typical project usually starts with the formulation of an Information Strategy Plan (ISP) for the client. The ISP, viewed as a business development activity, would form the basis for a number of projects covering the technical, the business and the information infrastructures. Strict adherence to the methodology has proven beneficial for both the clientele and LADIS. This is attested to by the success of projects and by the ability to win new business. Following is a brief summary of some of LADIS major projects:
Following is a brief summary of some of LADIS major projects:
Projects in Trade
• Commercial Representatives Sector (CRS) IIS
• ISP for the Foreign Trade Sector (FTS)
Projects in Justice
• Public Notary modernization
• Egyptian legislation database project
• The Cassation court’s IIS
• The Constitutional Court’s IIS
• The State Council’s IIS
• Courts of First Instance IIS
Local Administration Management - LAS
• Local Administration Management
Projects in other areas
• The Egyptian National Archives’ e-archive
• Kingdom of Bahrain’s Survey & Land Registration e-archive
• Kuwait: review of the information strategy plan of the MOJ
Following is a brief description of the most recent LADIS projects with the
foreign trade sector.
CRS plays a vital role in Egypt trade development. Together with other MOFT
sectors, they have a responsibility to increase Egypt exports and to liberalize trade. In
this respect, CRS contracted LADIS to compile an information strategy plan that would
enable CRS to modernize procedures, increase efficiency, support plans and decision
making, and disseminate trade information to concerned beneficiaries.
LADIS prepared the information strategy document over a period of six month. A
team of qualified senior experts in both IT and Trade supported by specialized consultants
delivered a three year plan. The plan addressed all IT related issues, in addition
to CRS modernization in general. The guiding principles in the plan was, information
sharing and transparency and efficient communications. The IT infrastructure was
designed around the latest web-based technologies that would create an interactive,
responsive CRS both within Egypt and worldwide.
CRS awarded LADIS a three year contract to implement several IT projects according
to CRS’ information strategy plan. LADIS will be responsible for the full system integration
of all hardware, communication and software components in addition to the development
of several software applications. The project employs a web-based
infrastructure that supports a 24x7 operation, LADIS will also be responsible to
support CRS in developing the information content needed. LADIS estimates that a
project team of around 10 qualified experts in different IT domains will be totally
involved in supporting the project over the next 3 years.
FTS is responsible for protecting Egypt trade interests with its international partners
through implementing the WTO regulations and procedures. FTS awarded LADIS a
contract to study its existing IT structures and present a strategic plan to support its
objectives. The 4 month contract involved a senior team from LADIS that has worked
closely with the FTS experts to clearly define an IT structure that would enable FTS to
modernize its operations and achieve its objectives.
LADISE-Government projects were primarily based on its experience in, and thorough understanding of, specific business domains. This coupled with the projects that LADIS has undertaken in these domains to build “back-offices” made it the right candidate to avail certain government services to citizens through the various E-Government mechanisms. Hence, LADIS was engaged in projects to avail services of the Public Notary… and the Courts of Appeal to the public in Egypt.
Based on LADIS performance, the Ministry of State for Administrative Development (MSAD), being in charge of the E-Gov portal, has assigned to LADIS additional services, namely: the Public Notary, Public Registry and courts of family affairs.
Providing citizens with government services in a flexible and efficient manner is a main concernfor any State. And, since Local Administration is consideredto be a corner-stone in dealing with citizens all over the country, improving their level and quality of performance typically yields high returns. Most importantly citizenswillbe enabledto release their potentialstowards various development venues. Undoubtedly Information Technology plays an important role in this respect.Read More
The project main purpose is to develop an Information System for AP in a way that will help facilitating the solutions to the current obstacles in the manual system. The main purpose for AP is to track the following types of ongoing operations which will offer better services accordingly by the easy monitoring of the complaints, objections and notifications which are submitted to AP and as well as other services which are important to AP’s higher management and staff such as queries and reports.
Cairo appellate court has an automated system that is working since 2000. This system covers most of the work, but it does not integrate the different departments together. In addition, it uses an out-dated technology, and there are some departments that are not automated at all. The project aims to: enhance the automation of the case initiation and management lifecycles, automate the business processes that have not been automated, integrate with ECMA II (the current application for the primary courts), integrate with the archiving system, and study the automation of the criminal appeal’s cases lifecycle (الجنح المستأنفة), finally to upgrade the E-Gov portal services according to the new architecture.
The project’s objective was to build the ownership database in Egypt, prevent and
stop forgery and falsification in documents, improve quality of service to the customers,
and raise the efficiency of Notary agency staff. The project was executed in two
phases. Phase I involved building a database for contracts and declared documents,
including electronic copies of declared documents. Subsequently, phase II covered
developing and implementing automated work procedures in 24 country-wide public
The project involved automation of the Egyptian National Archives business
processes and building an electronic archive to secure original documents and allow
better client services. The pilot project involved the following objectives:
Scan and archive 50,000 documents to ensure security of originals
LADIS was commisioned to review the ICT strategy and implementations of the Kuwaiti MOJ,
and to identify new projects that would move MOJ in the e-government direction. This
involved producing full-fledged RFP’s for the identified projects that would be tendered over
a three year span.