Established in 1998, ANIS is the only employers' association of the Romanian IT&C industry.

Since its establishment, we actively contribute to the development of the Romanian technology industry and represent the interests of IT companies in the economic and political environment.

At the moment, at national level we represent 66% of the total Romanian IT industry.

We are members of Digital Europe and of the Concordia Employers' Confederation.

ANIS vision:
Digital Romania 2025

Short Description

We represent the voice of software and service companies and together we actively contribute to the development of the Romanian technology industry. We advocate for a stable and predictable economic environment and a high-performance educational system, able to transform Romania into a European technological center of performance.

Our activity is structured in working groups, whose purpose is to generate proposals for public policies and legislative measures in the following areas:

  • Digitization of the company and development of the IT industry
  • Taxation
  • Cybersecurity
  • Technological Education
  • Work
  • PNRR

Within the working groups we have discussions and we take decisions through the broad consultation of the companies, we focus our efforts in identifying and representing their common points of view and interests, regardless of their size and profile, so we ensure that we represent at the economic and political level the priorities of the entire IT&C industry.

The working groups are made up of people with expertise in the respective fields, who analyze and propose development and improvement solutions in the sectors of interest, as a result of which are generated anis proposals for public policies and positions / reactions on topics of interest, as well as other types of projects relevant for companies.

Digitalization & Industry Development Working Group

We support the development of digital infrastructure in the public sector and the implementation of essential projects: policy to encourage the use of the cloud, development and implementation of the government cloud, electronic signature and related topics of digital identity, electronic archiving, public procurement and eGovernment Strategy.


Coordinator: Edward Cretescu – Digidemat Romania

Sponsor: Alexandru Lapusan – Zitec

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Within TF Digitization & Industry Development we have set up a series of sub-working groups for the following topics:

  • Cloud Workgroup

We encourage the adoption and use of cloud technologies nationwide. We support the adoption of a cloud-first policy and the development of the government cloud with a hybrid architecture like real PaaS infrastructure.


  • Electronic invoice working group

We support the improvement and efficiency of the electronic invoice system.

  • Working group electronic signature

We support the modernization of the legislation on electronic signature.


  • Electronic archiving working group

We support the modernization of the legislative framework on electronic archiving in order to contribute to the digitization of the public administration and the elimination of paper from the internal and inter-institutional flow.

Tax Working Group

We support the growth of the IT industry at national level and a sustainable and predictable fiscal policy that contributes to increasing the competitiveness of the IT sector both at national level and in the region.


Coordinator: Diana Sipos – ATOS IT Solutions and Services

Sponsor: Mihai Matei – President of ANIS, CEO of Essensys Software


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Cyber Security Working Group

We believe that the extensive expertise of ANIS member companies specialized in cybersecurity can bring great value in the development of proposals and projects in the area of cyber security.

We support the development and implementation of public policies in the field of cyber security in accordance with national requirements, increasing the level of awareness of the population on cyber security risks, preventing the occurrence of vulnerabilities as well as adopting security requirements for software acquisitions.


Coordinator: TBC

Sponsor: Catalina Dodu – ATOS IT Solutions and Services

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Education Working Group

We advocate for the adaptation of the education system to the needs of a digital society and we support policies with impact on the development of digital competences for both teachers and students in all forms of education:


  • paradigm shift in education and introduction of training programs for the development of digital skills
  • the use of digital tools in education
  • digitization of the education system

Coordinator: Ana-Maria Stancu – Bucharest Robots

Sponsor: Ion Moldoveanu – DB Global Technology


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Working Group Work

As a representative employer of the software and services industry and members of the Concordia Employers' Confederation, we are part of the trilateral dialogue Government-Employers'-Unions. We aim to fight for a balanced and competitive labor market, a market that allows companies to retain and attract talent in the highly competitive regional and international context.


Coordinator: Gina Leca – IBM

Sponsor: Catalina Dodu – ATOS IT Solutions and Services


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PNRR Working Group

We support the public authorities in implementing the projects assumed through the National Recovery and Resilience Program. As an area of focus, we will look at streamlining the way projects are managed within the Ministry for Investments and European Projects (MIPE) and the Ministry of Health (MoH).


Coordinator: TBC

Sponsor: TBC

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Public presence:

  • We are active members of Digital Europe,the organization that represents the interests of European technology companies at the level of the European Parliament

  • We are members of the Coalition for the Development of Romania within which we coordinate the IT&C working group

  • We are present in the Board of the National Council for Digital Transformation (CNTD) led by the Authority for The Digitization of Romania (ADR).

  • We collaborate with the Romanian Court of Accounts (RCC) to develop the RCC's capacity, to promote the ANIS public procurement guide at the level of institutions and to organize trainings for RCC employees

  • We signed a protocol with the District 2 City Hall on the development of a pilot project on the use of new electronic identity cards

Documents and position papers

Address Supreme Council of Magistracy - Deficit Forensic Informatics ExpertsTechnological Education - October 2022free download
Address Ministry of Finance - Electronic InvoiceDigitalization & Dezv Industry - September 2022free download
Proposal amendment to the education law - Min. Of EducationTechnological Education - July 2022free download
Proposals for operationalization of R&D deductions - Invitation to dialogue M. Fin and MCDITaxation - July 2022free download
Answer Ministry of Finance - Fiscal ProposalsTaxation - June 2022free download
Address ministry of finance - Fiscal proposalsTaxation - April 2022free download
Protocol Romanian Orthodox Church - Education in Cyber SecurityTechnological Education - May 2022free download
Proposals for education measures - Invitation to dialogue Min. EducatieiTechnological Education - April 2022free download
E-Invoice Observations - Letter Min. FinanceDigitalization & Dezv Industry - April 2022free download
Government Cloud GEO - Anis Point of ViewDigitalization & Dezv Industry - March 2022free download
Government Cloud GEO - Anis/FIC/CPC common positionDigitalization & Dezv Industry - March 2022free download
Cloud Point of ViewDigitalization & Dezv Industry - February 2022free download
The Strategic Role of Cloud Services RegulationDigitalization & Dezv Industry - February 2022free download
Communiqué to the Government regarding the Digital TaxationTaxation - July 2021free download
Address regarding the National Program for the Digitalization of EducationTechnological Education - June 2021free download
Address of the Ministry regarding the Electronic Identity CardDigitalization & Dezv Industry - March 2021free download
Address of the Ministry regarding the Framework Plan of High School EducationTechnological Education - January 2021free download
ANIS position on PNRRDigitalization & Dezv Industry - December 2020free download
Position regarding the Electronic SignatureDigitalization & Dezv Industrie - October 2020free download
Proposals for the Digitalization Education Strategy 2021 - 2027Technological Education - October 2020free download
ADR Letter regarding the Government CloudDigitalization & Dezv Industrie - August 2020free download
ANIS proposals at Romania's negotiations in GenevaCybersecurity - July 2020free download

ANIS in the News

01/11/2022 Lumina newspaper

Children's safety on social networks

The Internet can be a dangerous space for all people who access it, but children and teens are particularly vulnerable. Protecting them in the online environment depends on the awareness of the dangers and the way we know how to avoid them. While there are a number of cyber-important applications and measures that can help protect against threats, the essential safety measure is open communication with children. Read more in the article published by The Lumina Newspaper.

27/10/2022 Lumina newspaper

Fake News or Fake News

Fake news is a type of articles, posts, that spread false information disseminated through the media and social media. This news is part of what is called yellow journalism, which describes the concept of small or not very well-documented news and which relies on attractive headlines to sell more. Read more about fake news and what is their purpose, in the article published by Ziarul Lumina.

19/10/2022 Lumina newspaper

Online identity and data protection. Identity theft and repercussions of identity loss

Although technology brings us incredible benefits, it also comes with a number of drawbacks, some of which have a potential for a major impact on our daily lives. One of the risks associated with the use of technology is the loss of identity or, more precisely, the theft of identity in the online environment, through which someone can benefit from our data. What are the consequences of identity theft and how we protect ourselves, read in the article published by Ziarul Lumina.

14/10/2022 Lumina newspaper

What is an antivirus and how does it help us?

The Internet has become nowadays a very unsafe space of interaction. Hackers are constantly trying to obtain user personal information and login details. Although many websites on the Internet are protected, not all of them can be insured at a high level. Antivirus is an application that installs on your computer, usually after installing the operating system, so before other programs that could be subsequently infected. What does he help us with? Read in the article published by Lumina newspaper, within the partnership with ANIS.

12/10/2022 Lumina newspaper

Guide to safe shopping on the internet

More and more Romanians with internet access are also shopping online. According to data from the National Institute of Statistics, in 2021, the percentage of Romanians who have ever used the Internet was almost 89%. Of these, 44% bought online at least once during the year. Here are five things to pay attention to when you want to buy something online.


Informatics in the common core of high school, a necessary decision for a digitized and prosperous Romania

Information technologies and other aspects of digital culture have changed the way people live, work and learn, having a huge impact on the formation and distribution of knowledge around the world. Those less familiar with the digital world are increasingly disadvantaged, and the need for digital literacy is growing, both for an increase in the quality of individual life and at the level of the national economy. One of the measures that the developed countries are counting on in this direction, necessary also in Romania, is the introduction of compulsory computer science classes in the common trunk of the high school curriculum, regardless of the class profile. Here are the main reasons behind this decision.

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