You connect to the Internet. eCivilis connects you to organizations and their services.
Once it is understood that new technologies have changed the lives of citizens and citizenship, the question is whether technology effectively serves citizens. Laws have gradually adapted to this transition, to the point that we see it as a reliable environment. Organizations are born and exist to serve citizens, companies, administrations and public employees. But they have advanced in different directions and at different speeds. Until now.
How can we reconcile all of their interests and connect them better?
eCivilis was conceived to definitively change the way services are administered in organizations, and the way in which citizens and public employees interact with them, simplifying and integrating services that have until now been isolated and dispersed.
eCivilis offers a unique opportunity to improve the quality of services offered to citizens, who expect an answer or information in a matter of minutes or hours, as opposed to the traditional response time in days, weeks or even months.
Citizens, businesses and national, state or city administrations should aspire to communicate with each other without having to resort to intermediaries that oftentimes do not bring added value to the process (economists, consultants, tech support, attorneys, accountants, advisors, lawyers…). By the same token, public employees should be able to do their work with equal or greater ease, efficiency and efficacy as their counterparts in the private sector.
eCivilis’ solutions are aimed at:
- Connecting citizens with organizations more quickly, securely, simply and efficiently
- Permitting the scalability and availability of solutions by way of cloud technology
- Adapting to distinct needs and clients by way of modular and flexible applications
- Reducing costs drastically and effectively
- Substantially increasing the satisfaction of all parties involved in the process
- Constantly evolving and innovating -without increasing obstacles in the transition process