Secretaría General de Administración de Justicia en España (Spain General Secretariat for Justice Administration), part of Spain’s Ministry of Justice, is the body responsible for managing and executing the Spanish government’s justice policies. It oversees executing national law across the country’s 23 provincial offices, while coordinating funding and procurement for tribunals, magistrate courts, and prosecutor’s offices. The organization is responsible for managing staff involved in the justice system, including court clerks, public prosecutors, procedural intermediates, and administrative personnel.
Secretaría General de Administración de Justicia en España also maintains a central registry of its activities and allocates resources based on various jurisdictional needs, which fluctuate based on types of crime, crime rates, and seasonality. The organization’s IT branch, the new technologies subdirectorate, supports the registry and other centralized data as well as provincial offices and court houses across the country. It collects and archives data from all jurisdictions, providing decision-makers with the tools needed to analyze resource allocation and program efficiency.
Secretaría General de Administración de Justicia en España previously employed underperforming dashboards to analyze unreliable data related to its activities.
“Together with our procurement department, we evaluated different options to replace our SAP BusinessObjects dashboards, which we found less than satisfactory. We fell in love with Oracle Business Intelligence when we ran initial tests. It provides the agility, robustness, and efficient business intelligence analysis that we need,” said Angelines Turón, director of the new technologies subdirectorate, Secretaría General de Administración de Justicia en España
The new technologies subdirectorate of the Justice Administration worked with Oracle Consulting to analyze its needs and develop a standardized, administrationwide solution to replace its legacy data analysis tools, including SAP BusinessObjects and Microsoft Excel. Oracle Consulting became a trusted partner, ensuring the success of the subdirectorate’s business intelligence (BI) project during pre-implementation analysis and solution design. Oracle Consulting established the correct methodology, standardization processes, and best practices required to achieve a full scale BI solution. It also designed and built optimized-BI models in less than three months and ensured a high-quality development and implementation process through audits and periodical performance reports.
Today, Oracle Business Intelligence and Oracle Consulting play key roles in helping the administration enhance information transparency and accessibility for more users, support intelligent decision-making processes, standardize BI solutions, ensure interoperability across different departments, and promote innovation and modernization through new technology use.
Two to eight team members from Oracle Consulting have been involved in this growing project that continues to add new elements, functions, and dashboards to help the new technologies subdirectorate further improve its efficiency.