A partner for both the public and private sectors

Our status as a public-private partnership and operator of the electronic one-stop shop gives us a unique position by positioning ourselves as both a public and a private sector partner.

The public sector

To respond to modernization efforts while preserving the control.


GasyNet, running a one-stop shop whose primary purpose is to reconcile the needs.

The private sector

To respond to its facilitation needs driven by market imperatives.

Proven technical skills

“Since the start of our activities in 2007, we have been able to leverage the expertise of our various partners (SGS, CrimsonLogic, and other local partners), and develop in-house technical expertise in the various key areas needed for implementation. place, management and sustainability of an electronic one-stop shop. ”


Director of IT and TradeNet Operations


An infrastructure, network, system and database center

A development, test and support center

A data and statistics center

Manages infrastructure on a daily basis: electricity, inverters, generators, air conditioners.

Performs a permanent monitoring, guarantees network availability as well as security.

Manages servers and databases (installation, upgrade, security, maintenance), ensures system availability, performance and security, backs up and restores data.

Analyze the needs and set up the functional features.

Supports internal and external developments.

Performs tests of new features before they go into production.

Organize and dispense training and provide support to users 7 days/7 from 7 am to 8 pm.

Manages data exchanges between different IT systems (Sydonia, TradeNet, MICTSL, etc.)

Develops the different reports and statistics.

Participates in the work of the technical team of the Observatory of the Customs Clearance Timeline.

High level infrastructures

«We have put in place the high-level technical infrastructure on which the TradeNet electronic one-stop shop is based. We have made every effort to ensure that the system is operational, but also and above all, that operations can proceed non-stop. »


Standard server rooms

National coverage

Electrical security

TradeNet is based on a 3-tier IT architecture (database, application, web server), consisting of 3 IT environments (production environment, test environment and backup environment) of which 2 are operating simultaneously. The set works in SUN-O RACLE environment (hardware and software).

The TradeNet system includes various additional modules and systems hosted in a virtualized server environment. This infrastructure is based on 2 powerful IBM branded servers.

We have two standard server rooms, with electrical and fire protection features, located on two separate sites: – on the one hand, the production servers which are doubled, and mounted in a “Clustering” architecture, – and on the other hand, the backup servers.

The TradeNet network consists of: – local area network (LAN), metropolitan area (MAN) and wide area network (WAN) with national coverage, – a back-up based on different technologies for the main links (MAN and WAN) to ensure system stability and availability, – and a Virtual Private Network (VPN) access point available through the Internet.

Most ministries and government control agencies access the MIDAC module via the state intranet network managed by the National Agency for the Achievement of E-Governance (ANRE).

Permanent monitoring is in place to ensure control of network availability (over 99%) and bandwidth utilization.

To avoid the impact of power outages on operations, the headquarters in Andraharo (site of the main server room) has a generator and inverters with a range of more than 2 hours. This time allows, if necessary, to move to the backup site.

Similarly, for the system to be operational 24/7, we have set up generating sets at the various key sites (customs offices, scanner sites, etc.). We provide fuel supply and maintenance.

A deployment of efficient and adequate materials


« The scanners are operated and maintained by GasyNet, and then made available to customs for control optimization because the use of scanners, in combination with a risk analysis tool, is part of the WCO recommendations.

The goods remain protected and the stage of the check-up stage is strongly expedited. »

Anthony CERVEAU,

Scanner Operations Manager

GasyNet has contributed significantly to the deployment of scanners in Madagascar with:
– a pallet scanner at Ivato Airport (Hi Scan 180180)
– a portal scanner at Tamatave (HCV Portal)
– and three mobile scanners (HCV Mobile) in Mahajanga, Toliary and Antsiranana.


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