In order to improve the performance of its Information System, the French Directorate General for Food Safety (Direction Générale de l’Alimentation - DGAL) undertook an Information System modernisation initiative with SQLI in 2012 called "RESYTAL".
The "RESYTAL" programme must modernise and simplify all applications to meet the new needs of users.
The DGAL chose to call on SQLI's services for support and project management during this change.
The new system has several aims:
+ Facilitate enhancement of data to improve steering and monitoring of health actions
+ Simplify tools to make them more intuitive, faster and more user-friendly for all 5,000 users
+ Open up to mobile technologies for field agents in particular
+ Cut down on agents' administrative tasks and refocus them on higher added-value activities and develop remote services
It is a very close partnership which will be long-lasting and really takes our particular jobs into account with real involvement from SQLI, who perfectly anticipated our expectations at both a technical and human level.
Head of the DGAL Information Systems Project Management Office and Director of the RESYTAL Programme