ComputerworldHonors Award

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Published on: November 16, 2015

E-Government solution Rathaus21 receives international award in the internationally, the Foundation for global information technology honors individuals and organizations that promote information technology for the benefit of society. Professor Schlageter, head of the education information systems and databases of the FernUniversitat in Hagen, took for the development team of the Rathaus21 towards the laureate award. It was awarded 2nd June in Washington, United States, during a solemn. Rathaus21 is a software system that allows municipalities to offer their entire management services over the Internet. Instead of going to the City Hall, citizens and companies can obtain all information and forms from a distance, communicate with the management, make proposals and also such services do require a signature or who are subject to a charge. The system has a pilot character in Germany, it was already won national awards. The system was developed in cooperation Hagen and University City. SAP is a technology partner.

Rathaus21 is in Hagen basis for the virtual Town Hall”, that very successfully has been commissioned. Other cities are to take over the system. IKS GmbH in Hagen took over the sales and services. The Computerworld Honors awarded Computerworld Honors Program since two decades individuals and organizations who employ information technology in a special way for the benefit of society. The program is supported by the 100 largest IT companies in the world. Annual high-level committees in various areas of application select solutions, which promote social and economic progress in a visionary way. The award-winning solutions are documented and in national archives and in over 350 universities, museums and research institutions worldwide archived. Rathaus21 was awarded in the area of public sector.

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