System for the Registration of War Veterans
Since the end of the Civil War, in 1992, the Government of El Salvador has been actively promoting economic growth, political stability and a peaceful transition to a democratic system in El Salvador.
Creation of a system that allowed the rapid and efficient collection of data, ensuring a better management of collected information.
With this in mind, in 2012, the Government of El Salvador decided to conduct a country-wide Census of the War Veterans. This Census was performed by Government officials through the filling out of paper based forms, a process which proved to be costly, inefficient and time-consuming.
The Government decided to reopen the Census process in 2015, this time employing Quidgest to create a War Veterans Management system that would allow for a quick and efficient collection of Census data, that would better manage the information gathered.
In 2015 when a new Census was conducted, Government officials were able to input information into a centralized database of the system created by Quidgest that collected all information regarding the War Veterans. Immediate access to all information and history related to any Veteran was a main feature of the system.
The system also allowed to search for relevant information, edit forms, export information, issue documentation, manage applications and requests from the Veterans and, in a later stage, automatically issue special identification cards for the Veterans.