BTS Digital and Smart Cities team won the tender for the delivery of the QazTech platform

The BTS Digital and Smart Cities team has won the tender to supply a QazTech platform for NIT JSC, where government services will be developed, hosted, and interacted with in the future.
The platform’s core will be components and methodologies the team has been developing for five years. These are components of Aitu Cloud (cloud, monitoring system, etc.), IS, and our development methodologies and processes.

We provide the following core modules as platform components: Aitu Cloud, Security and SIEM, Development Platform, Identity Platform, BPM Platform, and EDS.
"Our goal is to provide a platform capable of meeting future challenges. With the growing influence of the internet on our reality, the demands for online services are only increasing. Government agencies must be ready to meet new requirements and challenges year after year. They are successfully meeting this challenge, but it is becoming more difficult yearly. Old methodologies and development processes take too long. We believe that transparency and predictability are the key benefits our platform should bring. Transparency and predictability in planning, development time, costs, reliability, and the ability of services to handle the load," commented Kanat Onbaev of Smart Cities.
Details of the specification and tender requirements can be found by link

The platform is scheduled to be delivered by the end of 2023.