Dotpay won the concession for operating polish national e-judiciary platform

Dotpay won the concession for operating polish national e-judiciary platform

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Dotpay, part of MCI.EuroVentures portfolio, won a tender for handling polish e-judiciary online platform.  

Six companies took part in the biding to get the concession. The objective criteria was, the most favourable commission, both for fixed and proportional fees, for handling payment transactions implemented by customers of the court and e-services delivered to Department of Justice.

Within the scope of competences falls operating of five different portals: : e-judicary, EPU (internet writ proceeding ), EUKW (electronic mortgage register) , S24 (company registration system), e-KKR (the National Court Register).

Up till now, platform was handled by various operators of cashless transactions, which were signed on separated contracts.

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