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The Portuguese company GSTEP announced on Monday that it had won a public tender worth €625,000 organised by the Mozambican government to improve the data access and help the economic development of the country.
According to a statement released on Monday, GSTEP, a Portuguese company specialised in Business Intelligence, Enterprise Performance Management and Business Analytics (BA) signed a public contract with Mozambique’s Center for Development of Financial Information Systems (CEDSIF) worth €625,000.
The statement added that “CEDSIF oversees the management of public finances and the improvement of data access in a timely way by the Ministry of Education, now possible through the implementation of the project of the Public Finances Information Management System by GSTEP.”
It also said that it is set to be a system with modern procedures and technologies of information to collect, organise, analyse, share and monitor information that supports business management.
The development of SGIFP aims for more accurate decision-making “based on facts and projections to boost the state reform.”Source: Lusa
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