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Ombudsman system of the government of the State of Goiás
Developed the state's general ombudsman system. All government agencies use the same system. After the information is entered, the system automatically forwards to the responsible sector, where a BPM process is created automatically for control and generation of statistics.
Electronic invoice system for the government
Developed the electronic invoice system for the government. Currently the system is the use and control of government and used in the whole country.
System controls processes and issues certificates of employees and companies
Coordination and creation of the state court system of the state general controller. System controls processes and issues certificates of employees and companies.
Digital reading control for government employees
Digital reading control for government employees. Controls entry and exit of employees and visitors through biometrics. System also takes a photo of the user at the time of registration.
Creation of ITCD system
Creation of ITCD system. Transmission Tax Cause Mortis and Donation of any Goods or Rights. System controls assets and assets in cases of transfer of equity.
An easy way of advertising and hiring agricultural services from farmers in the whole world
Developer of hiib platform. An easy way of advertising and hiring agricultural services from farmers in the whole world. Already used in Brazil, the goal now is the US.
System of diaries for government officials
Created the system of diaries for government officials. Control of government spending and operational research to verify the least financial and administrative impact.
Online system of courses technical in colleges
Created the online system of courses technical in colleges. The system generated all the necessary environment for student development and learning. Through his grades the system allowed the student to pass the level and the end, certificate.
Controls digital processes of all bidding and government procurement contracts
Created the public security system based on georeferencing. The system allows citizens to make complaints, critiques or request transparency information. The system analyzes this information with business intelligence and generates graphics and reports for public safety. Controls digital processes of all bidding and government procurement contracts. It was reproduced in 13 states in Brazil.
Control of legal proceedings
Control of legal proceedings. Follow steps and alert the lawyer about stages of the process. Controls the cost and process life cycle.
CRM that combines data mining and data analysis
Creation of CRM that combines data mining and data analysis with strategic communication for the electors.
System of agreement for city halls
System of agreement for city halls. It controls purchases and budget of the federal government destined to the city halls of Brazil.
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