Welcome to the Jems Portal

The place to find all the resources for Jems

About

Jems stands for the Joint Electronic Monitoring System. Built on HIT 2021-2027, Jems provides a purpose built monitoring system on a free-license basis which means there is no charge for the software. It has been co-developed with the knowledge of Interreg programmes and a wide tester pool to create a harmonised, user-friendly software.

Jems is built knowing that more than one-third of Interreg programmes will use the system to meet their e-cohesion needs.

Although not a legal guarantee, one of the main advantages of using the harmonised system is increased confidence in compliance with the new regulations. You will also benefit from dedicated support through the Jems Helpdesk run by Interact, as well as peer-to-peer support from other programmes using Jems.

Jems was launched in March 2021 and any programme wanting to use the new system can sign a license agreement to use the software by contacting the Jems team.

In order to get access to Jems, your programme shall follow the procedure:

1. Programme’s should email jems@interact-eu.net and express an interest in testing the software before potentially using it in the 2021–2027 period.

2. You will receive a license agreement that will need to be signed by your programme’s hosting institution to receive the installation files and instructions.

3. The Programme should then ensure all the technical steps are completed. It is strongly recommended that you test Jems before starting to use the software with real data.

While Jems is easy to use, there are vital technical requirements that must be met:

1. Detailed specifications are available in the Technical manual (see support section). You should ensure a competent IT officer/provider reads these documents and that the programme can meet the requirements, including having a budget for hosting and maintaining the installation and any customisation.

2. Interact strongly recommends every programme maintains a separate test environment to check all updates before installing on the main system, ideally as part of an IT maintenance contract (if not managed in-house).

3. Programmes will have access to the source code, enabling programmes that want specific extras to create their own add-ons.

Demo

Try our software online using our public demo installations of Jems!

Latest Jems released

*recommended for production environment
  • http://jems1.interact-eu.net/
  • admin@jems.eu
  • programme.user@jems.eu
  • application.user@jems.eu
  • *all users have same password Jemsjems123

Latest developments

Non-stable version for preview purposes
  • http://jems2.interact-eu.net
  • admin@jems.eu
  • programme.user@jems.eu
  • application.user@jems.eu
  • *all users have same password Jemsjems123

Support

Support for Jems comes in different forms, from Jems documentation to Helpdesk!

Helpdesk

The place where you can report software bugs or ask for help which is not answered in the Jems documentation.

Documentation

Online documentation of Jems, from user to IT technical perspective!

Interact Communities

Forum that provides a network space for those interested in Jems developments.

Not a member? Sign up by writing an e-mail to jems@interact-eu.net

Download

All software is stored in private Gitlab repositories - Request access if you have signed license agreement!

Jems releases

  • Zip package with ready to run software
  • Embedded automatic update scripts
  • Customizable resources (e.g. mail templates)

Source code

  • All Jems code since the beginning of the project
  • All default addons code
  • Instructions how to build

Contact Us

Jems is managed by the Interact Office Vienna, on behalf of the Interact programme, for the Interreg community.