Luxembourg, January 11, 2023 – Netcompany-Intrasoft, a member of Netcompany Group A/S, has been selected to carry out, under the Subproject 1 “Digitalization of Justice”, the 2nd Phase of the digital transformation of the Civil and Criminal Procedure workflows, simplifying the daily work of judicial officers, professionals, and citizens.

Netcompany-Intrasoft successfully completed the 1st Phase of the digitalization process in 2019.  That project’s key objective was the development of an integrated judicial case management system through the digitalization of criminal and civil procedure workflows.  It was implemented in 41 courthouses, in Athens, Thessaloniki, Piraeus and Chalkida.

During the 2nd Phase, Netcompany-Intrasoft is expanding the civil & criminal procedure workflows’ project implementation to the remaining 321 courthouses and public prosecution offices in Greece.  It is also enriching with new functionality the range of provided services in the bodies involved, including the Supreme Civil and Criminal Court of Greece and the Supreme Court's Public Prosecution Office.

Specifically, the company will be delivering services involving data migration, training and operational support, new subsystem implementation, as well as enhancements to operational functionality for both internal and external users. Furthermore, it will leverage the know-how and long-standing experience of Netcompany in the anonymization and confidentiality process of court decisions.


Other actions under Subproject 1 shall be delivered by Uni Systems, Q&R and Cosmos, the companies also taking part in the consortium led by Netcompany-Intrasoft.


Mr. Alexandros Manos, CEO of Netcompany-Intrasoft commented:The digitalization of justice is a major milestone for Greece. For decades, our company has been successfully realizing the digital aspirations of public bodies in Europe and Greece by focusing on citizen needs. It is with a great sense of responsibility that we approach this exciting new project, aiming to maximize the value delivered for all its users.”