e-convenis: a web-based tool to consult and manage agreements with the UPC

Description 

E-convenis is an information system to consult agreements that have been signed between UPC and certain companies or institutions and their current status.

The idea of this project arises from the necessity of knowing what kind of relation there exists between a company or an institution and our university, due to the fact the UPC signs agreements with companies and institutions within different frameworks of action: Research, Teaching, International Relations, etc… Also, different structural units inside the UPC may initiate these agreements. This is why sometimes it not easy to know exactly what kind of relationship there is between a company or institution and the university.

inLab FIB has taken care of the design, analysis and development of this information system and is currently in charge of maintenance and other tasks that the system requires.

Duration of the project 
January, 2003 to November, 2012
Client 
Benefits for the client 

E-convenis has three main features:

  • Consulting the agreements between the UPC and an external organization.
  • Managing agreements of the following units: UPC21 Program, International Relations Service (SRI), Rector’s Office (GR), Doctorate Office (OD), Center of Cooperation for Development (CCD).
  • Automatically and periodically uploading data from the information systems of the Heritage Service (SP) and the Technology Transfer Centre (CTT). Every night e-convenis’ database is updated with the pertinent data stored at the SAP.
Technology 
Oracle,
JavaScript,
Java,
HTML5
Areas of expertise involved in the project 
Project Manager 

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