Jamil Isayyed, Head of Software Development, AXSOS AG introduces the project

Requirements for the project-team

Advantages of the AXSOS-solution


AXSOS has been working on the PEGASE project, for the German representative office in Jerusalem, since 2015. The PEGASE project involves direct EU financial assistance to support the Palestinian authorities. This is intended to make it possible to build an independent Palestinian state.

AXSOS took over the development of an application that handles all the EU's payment transactions to the Palestinian authorities.

The challenges here were posed above all by the complexity of the process to be mapped. For example, previously, it was not possible to make a transaction without being in contact with an IT employee. In addition, the AXSOS team was under great pressure because the German representative office in Jerusalem covers 50 percent of the salaries of staff at the Palestinian authorities, and has to transfer these in good time.

The solution was to automate the entire process. By doing so, the risk of technical problems during the payment processes has been minimised, payments are always executed within the specified period of time, and the processing of a payment is no longer tied to an IT employee. Due to additional backup and disaster recovery mechanisms, the data in the application is also stored securely; these are points that were a particular priority for the German representative office. The overall simplification of the process also resulted in significant time and cost savings.


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