Licence subscription and Microsoft based information system maintenance services will be delivered by BAIP, which specialises in critical IT infrastructure field, together with software vendor Microsoft. It came out after having won the tender announced by the Prosecution General’s Office and having signed the service delivery contract.
The value of the project of licence subscription and Microsoft based information system maintenance services is around 800, 000 Litas. The contract runs until February, 2012.
It is a corporate project of BAIP and Microsoft where required licences for proper functioning of IT systems of the Prosecution General’s Office will be delivered together with problem solution and proactive support services. BAIP competence in critical IT infrastructure field and Microsoft solutions, methodologies and project management experience will be well employed into the project.
Specialists of BAIP and Microsoft will help to ensure operation, development, legality, equipment standardisation and streamlined management of Microsoft systems used in the Prosecution General’s Office. The company will also provide consultancy on issues related with IT infrastructure development and will assist in dealing with emerging problems.
“Professional services and consultancy of BAIP and Microsoft specialists will accelerate the reaction to IT system failures, will allow eliminating these failures by using modern technologies and preventing from incoming faults. In this way we will help to ensure continuous and efficient activity of the Prosecution General’s Office. It is predicted to have even more corporate projects with Microsoft in the field of consultancy aiming to help the clients in developing and supporting critical IT systems based on Microsoft products.” – emphasised Kazimieras Tonkūnas, CEO of UAB BAIP.
BAIP delivers critical IT infrastructure maintenance and IT security services for the following institutions as well: Ministries of the Interior, Finance, Health, Economy and Agriculture, Police Department, Office of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, Office of the President of the Republic of Lithuania, State Consumer Rights Protection Authority, Vilnius University and other.
BAIP also delivers services for large private sector enterprises including telecommunications company „Omnitel“, biotechnology company „Fermentas“, „Lietuvos draudimas“, „MAXIMA GRUPĖ, bank „Snoras“, „Lifosa“, „Western Union“ and other.