Corporate solutions are IT solutions devised by the European Commission.
Europa Web Publishing Platform is the state of the art web publishing platform for building European Commission websites. It is based on Drupal, benefits from the experience of the NextEuropa CMS and integrates closely with the EU digital transformation programme.
Europa Search is the centralised European Commission search engine. It allows web visitors to find public and relevant information on a particular subject published on EU and EC websites without having to know in advance which specific EU site or department hosts the information.
Europa Analytics allows you to track, analyse and understand better your website audience. This is crucial to ensure online communication is targeted and cost-efficient. This corporate service is currently based on the open source tool Matomo/Piwik, customised for specific European Commission business needs.
Europa video player is the mandatory corporate tool for playing videos on European Commission websites. It works on any device and browsing platform.
EUSurvey is the mandatory corporate tool for creating and conducting multilingual surveys and public consultations. It covers all steps in a survey lifecycle, from the design and launch of the survey to the analysis and publication of results. EUSurvey can collect stakeholders' views on a specific issue, consult businesses, citizens, and other parties, and measure user satisfaction.
Find out more about the IT services DG Informatics (DIGIT) offers to end-users, IT professionals, business owners and contracts specialists in its service catalogue (EU login required).
Find out more about the corporate tool services offered by COMM B3 and how and where to contact the service providers in its service catalogue (EU login required).
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