Pitagora project


The usage of ICT services among Public Authorities and SMEs in the Adriatic area

Program: Platform for the Information Technology aimed at Getting Opportunities to reduce ICT gap in the Adriatic area

Lead partner: S.I.PRO, Local Development Agency-Ferrara, Italy


  • Lepida SpA, Emilia-Romagna Regional Government (Italy)
  • Municipality of Udine, Friuli region Italy
  • The Province of Pescara, Italy
  • The Chamber of Commerce of Bari, Italy
  • DUNEA llc, Regional Development Agency Dubrovnik Neretva County, Croatia
  • City of Split, Croatia
  • The Business Service Canter of Zenica-Doboj Canton, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • The Public Utility and Housing Enterprise BUDVA, Montenegro
  • AULEDA, Local Economic Development Agency, Vlora region Albania
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tirana, Albania

Duration: 12/2010 - 12/2013

Budget: 2.074.548,51€

About project: 

PITAGORA project was trying to create an open information society by promoting the use of ICT solutions in the Public Administration in order to support small and medium enterprises and other stakeholders.
One of the main project results was PITAGORA Table Toolkit, document created on 3 grounds:
1. ICT/TLC infrastructure in Adriatic area
2. ICT needs of entrepreneurs
3. ICT applications in Public Administration
Pitagora specific objectives were to improve the infrastructure allowing interoperability of the administration services in IPA area. The other
objective was to develop the set of services offered by Public Administrations, and improvement of the staffs capacities concerning ICT usage. Also, the objective was to enhance SMEs efficiency and competitiveness and to establish new ICT services. The goal was also to increase the percentage of population with access to ICT in the Adriatic countries. Total duration of the project was 36 months.






Through the County Development Agency over the past three and a half years a number of projects have been realized or initiated for which more than 7 million Euros have been provided by the EU

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