The Polish Border Guard unit has appointed Vetasi to undertake an important IBM Maximo modernization project for its Central Resource Management system.
On a daily basis, the Polish Border Guard uses lots of resources that are necessary to carry out border traffic control or border protection. In order to improve the efficiency and use of resources and to optimize business processes, Border Guard has decided to use a software that will improve processes related to the life cycle of resources, in particular: recording, storage, distribution, operation or servicing.
For many years, the Polish Border Guard has been holding their Central Resource Management System on the IBM Maximo platform and this now needs further development and maintenance to meet their needs. Full implementation and service of the Central Resource Management System by Vetasi will greatly contribute to a more efficient use of resources and reduce expenses related to maintenance and operation, which will result in a total reduction of business costs and optimization of business processes.
Jarosław Łukasiewicz, Managing Director of VETASI Sp. z o.o. said on signing the contract "We are proud to be working with the Polish Border Guard to enable effective use of IBM Maximo technology and meet their strategic aims. We look forward to working together and hope this is the start of a long-term partnership.”
The Border Guard is a public institution, which mainly includes: protection of the state border, border traffic control, prevention of illegal migration, as well as recognition and detection of crimes.
Vetasi is the leading international consultancy specialising mainly in solutions for EAM and IT Service Management. In Poland, Vetasi is focused on its strategic partnership with IBM and carries out projects in the finance, transportation, and energy industries.