The Minsk-based IT company Synesis Sport
signed the contract with the Minsk European Games Organising Committee (MEGOC)
in May 2018. Skipping years worth of preparations that an event of such a scale usually requires, the company's developers managed to create various service systems
for spectators, athletes, organisers, volunteers and media - all in slightly over a year.
Acknowledging the shortage of local expertise a year ahead of the 2nd European Games, Synesis Sport recruited a large number of foreign consultants to help guide the team on the ground in preparation for the multi-sport celebration. "We had the opportunity to compare ourselves with other systems, to conduct a kind of audit,"
said Nailya Timerkhanova
, head of the experts team at Synesis Sport. "We considered the best practises as well as introduced our own innovations, because the idea of holding multi-sport events is growing as are the systems for managing these games. These innovations from our side will surely leave a trace and will be a huge plus for future events to be held in Belarus."