PROJECT FOR THE COLOMBIAN GOVERNMENT
Presentation in Bogota of the project “Analysis and Design of unstructured data to provide intelligence to the accounting decision making” for the Colombian Government.
The project is the work of Galileo Ingeniería y Servicios, controlled by the Maggioli Group.
On January 24, the presentation of the project “Analysis and Design of unstructured data to provide intelligence for accounting decision-making” took place in Bogotá, at the headquarters of the Colombian National Accounting Office.
The project, carried out by the computer engineers of Galileo, a company of the Maggioli Group, is financed by the Swiss Cooperation Fund and in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance of Colombia.
“A strategic project for the country and for all of Latin America,” said the General Accountant of the Nation, Dr. Pedro Luís Bohórquez Ramírez. “The business intelligence system has among its objectives to support the Administration in the preparation of the Consolidated Financial Statements of the Colombian State and guarantee the transparency of the data.”
It should be remembered that, since 2016, the Maggioli Group controls the Spanish company Galileo, based in Madrid and Tenerife. The company has a turnover of 2 million euros and is specialized in the management of the cadastre and territorial data for Local Administrations. In addition, Spanish society offers its services in the areas of “good governance”, “institutional strengthening” and ” modernization and municipal decentralization “.
In this context, he has carried out projects in Mexico, Venezuela, Panama, Guatemala, Cape Verde, Senegal and Morocco. “Galileo, the Iberian company, has interesting projects in Latin America, especially in Colombia, which will gradually take place,” said CEO Paolo Maggioli.