INTRASOFT International was recently chosen by Kuwait's Ministry of Finance to implement the state’s electronic governmental brokering platform and to develop a centralized net-based collections system.
The initial agreement is for two years. INTRASOFT has extensive experience handling revenue management programs and is well known as a supplier of governmental high-end integration services. The Ministry of Finance of Kuwait will use the new e-commerce platform to make it easier for customers to pay bills.
INTRASOFT is based in Luxembourg; and has offices in Greece, Cyprus and Moldova.
The new collections platform will be used by eight governmental institutions so customers can create payment plans and consolidate debts.
“We are very pleased to sign our first contract with the Government of Kuwait and to start our collaboration with the Kuwait Ministry of Finance," Alexandros Manos, managing director of INTRASOFT International, said. "The selection of INTRASOFT confirms our prominent position in revenue collections and our ability to meet the business needs of Public Revenue Authorities through ICARUS (Intrasoft Collections and Revenue Solution), our business solution platform developed specifically for this purpose."
INTRASOFT International to devise net-based collections system for Kuwait