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GeneXus in Uruguay’s e-government

Uruguay’s internal revenue service, “Dirección General Impositiva - DGI”, has implemented a document management system with K2B GesDoc, a proven solution for managing documents and e-files, developed with GeneXus’ GXflow technology.

The DGI tax authority, a service department of the Ministry of Economy and Finance in charge of tax collection within Uruguay, has chosen K2B Gesdoc for optimizing document management while strengthening its data systems. The solution is fully operational and is currently controlling over 5,000 case files.

The internal revenue service office has resorted to K2B Gesdoc to achieve the automated tracking of requests and records in process, as part of its ongoing modernization project.

The project, started in 2010, is currently applying Gesdoc to manage all records existing at DGI’s offices in both the capital city of Montevideo and its branches throughout the country. The over 5,000 monthly cases handled by the tax department are subject to follow-up procedures that include more than 20,000 transactions, and some 400 users who take part in the system.

Mention must be made of the fact that the architecture of K2B Gesdoc is based on GeneXus’ BPM Suite as a process management tool, GeneXus and SOA.

By implementing K2B Gesdoc, DGI has succeeded in managing more types of procedures, structuring processes and reorganizing workflows, all of which have resulted in enhanced controls, efficiency and productivity.

About GXflow
GXflow is a tool for Business Process Management that is part of GeneXus and assists companies in the modeling, automation, administration and optimization of their business processes to create mission-critical applications in a simple and efficient manner.

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About  K2B Gesdoc
K2B Gesdoc automates the verification, tracking and management of any administrative act performed within an organization. This management procedure allows searching and locating electronic or paper records with the possibility of querying their contents and history at any time throughout their life cycles. The recording of all information relative to terms and volumes enables the analysis of such information and the adoption of corrective decisions, while contributing to the continuous improvement of document processes.

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