To achieve outlined objectives, the approach followed by LEILA is based on three distinct pillars:

Developing a multilingual pilot platform for judicial auction to collect and show to users’ information about goods to be sold in judicial auctions taking place in the Member States participating in the project

Ensuring interconnection of Member States’ judicial auction national systems, using the e-CODEX infrastructure

Drafting a strategy to ensure the sustainability of the project outcomes long term and to enable further developments correlating information from other Member States (not being part of the pilot solution) towards enhancing the usefulness of the results and increasing the overall effectiveness for end users. The Sustainability Plan shall also deliver the basis for a pan-European multilingual platform for online auctioning, potentially open to all kinds of auctions.

On one hand, the project will follow a user-centered approach to ensure that all activities, implementation steps and results will be fit for use by end users and, from a more general point of view, properly addressing stakeholders’ needs. On the other hand, design-thinking approach will be adopted, allowing to actively involve and engage stakeholders since early stages. Such an approach allows to put stakeholders’ needs back at the forefront of tools and thus to create a tangible and positive impact in the design process, to create a methodology and an action plan ensuring the delivery of added value solutions and tools.

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