INVENT at “CeBit 2014” in Hanover, Germany.
The RFID based system attracted a lot of interest from many potential customers and partners from around the globe – Germany, Brazil, Italy, Turkey, UAE, Sweden, Malaysia, Romania, Greece, Russia and others, and as a whole there were conducted around 40 meetings to discuss possible partnerships and adoption of the inventory system INVENT.
Sofia Regional CourtWith a total of 138 judges, 475 clerks, 21 recording officers and 32 enforcing agents, it is the biggest court in Bulgaria and also the one with the biggest workload. In 2011 alone the court opened a total of 25,502 new criminal cases (up from 22,181 in 2010). Over a period of four years, between 2008 and 2010, the total number of newly opened criminal cases increased by 6,681 and of civil cases by 31,344.
The court has had a host of problems in the process of inventorying: dispersed buildings, limited access to many of the premises because the tight schedule of court hearings, a large number of assets, frequent discarding, many employees. The total number of assets subject to inventorying is 10,000. Inventorying at the Sofia Regional Court has always been labour and time-intensive: it usually takes close to half-year.
With INVENT, inventorying all 10,000 assets will take three to five days. INVENT is still in the process of being commissioned at the court and once it becomes operational, inventorying will be done in a snap.