RealSoft commences the implementation of phase two of GASTAT’s Data Portal

RealSoft commences the implementation of phase two of GASTAT’s Data Portal

RealSoft has commenced the implementation of the second phase of the Statistical Data Portal project that was assigned to it by the general authority for statistics (GASTAT) in Saudi Arabia.

GASTAT had launched phase one of the project in 2020 in cooperation with RealSoft. In its first release, the portal contained many services that included a multitude of data sets, statistical tables, and development indicators, which cover several economic, social, and development sectors.

The portal classified the statistical data into a wide range of sectors, including the economic, demographic, educational, health, agricultural and environmental sectors.

In its second version, the portal will provide additional capabilities, expand and improve the current content, add new development sectors, and add more datasets and indicators to the existing sectors. The second version will also include the outputs of the general population census 2022.

In terms of features and functions, the second version will focus on improving the user experience in exploring data, and building output according to global best practices in the field of data portals.

The project’s second phase is expected to conclude at the end of the year 2023.

This project comes as part of a steady success story of RealSoft’s solutions and services in all sectors, especially in the data management and analysis sector, where we are deemed to be one of the leading regional companies in the field. Moreover, RealSoft was one of the first regional initiators in building databases and warehouse solutions. In addition to data analysis systems from 2002 until now. The company takes pride in dozens of solutions applied in the Data Management field in more than 13 countries and its partnership with major global providers in this field, especially Oracle and Microsoft, along with multiple other technologies from many global providers and open-source technologies.

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