Synergy International Systems to Open a Representative Office in Rwanda Anna Sargsyan February 19, 2019

Synergy International Systems to Open a Representative Office in Rwanda

Synergy International System announces its intention to open a representative branch in Kigali, Rwanda, in 2019. This decision comes in line to Synergy’s long-term commitment to supporting Rwanda’s growth and modernization.

Within Synergy’s collaboration with the Rwandan Government, Dr. Ashot Hovanesian, PhD, CEO and Founder, visited Rwanda from January 28 to February 1, 2019, along with Synergy’s IECMS project Manager Khachatur Matevosyan. The visit included official meetings with Rwandan Minister of Justice Mr. Busingye Johnston and Chief of Justice Prof. Sam Rugege to discuss further engagement and cooperation scopes.

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“Rwanda is a priority country for our organization and remains a focal point in our long-term strategic partnership plans, mainly due to the fact that in a mere two and a half decades the country attained high levels of social and administrative development,” says Dr. Hovanesian.

“Synergy’s new offices in Kigali will enable our company to be even more involved not only in Rwanda’s transformation into a regional hub, but also to play an increasingly active role in the development of Africa,” adds Dr. Hovanesian.

Since 2014, Synergy International Systems has been developing Rwanda IECMS (Integrated Electronic Case Management System), an award-winning unifying platform that automates judicial processes and serves as a customized single point entry for recording, securing, and efficiently sharing information among all institutions within the Justice Sector.

The IECMS is one of the largest systems operating in the country and digitizing its entire justice sector. “IECMS handles full case life-cycles for both civil and criminal processes from the very first incident reporting up to the last detail of enforcement of orders”, says Mr. Matevosyan.

It is worth mentioning that Synergy’s trip to Africa included visits to Tanzania and Kenya, where Synergy delegation discussed the advancement of existing projects