Indra Sistemas is a Spanish multinational company that develops technological solutions in various sectors: transport, energy, health, finance, security, telecommunications.
It currently faces a legal problem in Ecuador: a penalty imposed by the Comptroller which amounts to $ 23.7 million, the value of the contract signed with the Judicial Council of Transition (CJT) during the Judicial Emergency, to implement the Justice 2.0 software.
The company requested the Administrative Court to declare that sanction null and illegal. And it has to resort to all national courts and even raises an international demand.
“We are fully convinced that we are right, (…) we will resort to international bodies that will ensure the due process,” said Emilio Puñet Terrado, director of Business Development for the Public Sector in Ecuador of the firm.