E services – Fly Air Antilles http://flyairantilles.com/ Mon, 13 Dec 2021 10:44:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://flyairantilles.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-120x120.jpg E services – Fly Air Antilles http://flyairantilles.com/ 32 32 PHOTOS: NMS Scoops Award for Disruptive Electronic Services https://flyairantilles.com/photos-nms-scoops-award-for-disruptive-electronic-services/ Sat, 11 Dec 2021 05:41:52 +0000 https://flyairantilles.com/photos-nms-scoops-award-for-disruptive-electronic-services/ National Medical Stores (NMS), a government entity mandated to purchase, store and distribute essential medicines primarily to public health facilities, is the recipient of this year’s Agency of the Year award for its use of disruptive technologies in service delivery. Technologies include the NMS Customer Self-Service Portal (CSSP), an online tool that allows healthcare facilities […]]]>

National Medical Stores (NMS), a government entity mandated to purchase, store and distribute essential medicines primarily to public health facilities, is the recipient of this year’s Agency of the Year award for its use of disruptive technologies in service delivery.

Technologies include the NMS Customer Self-Service Portal (CSSP), an online tool that allows healthcare facilities to order drugs and medical supplies online.

CSSP replaced the old paper system which was often slow and tedious.

NITA-U said it presented the E-Government Excellence Awards to NMS for their “outstanding excellence in the use of ICT tools to improve stakeholder engagement, transparency, efficiency and service delivery to stakeholders. citizens “.

The NMS also manages the Delivery Tracking Tool (DMT), which alerts key stakeholders (DHO, MPs, LCV, CAO, DRC, among others) when the NMS delivers drugs to their respective districts. Citizens can track and trace whether the NMS has delivered drugs to their facilities in the country using this tool by visiting the NMS website.

NMS ICT Director Stephen Kisuze also won the CIO of the Year award.

Stephen Kisuze also won an award

The adoption of modern technology has helped NMS to streamline operations and deliver services seamlessly.

The internal system ensures that all NMS processes are digitized.

“This could have happened with the help of the government and development partners who come to help us when we need funding,” Kisuze said.

The government has struggled with the theft of drug supplies from the district level where third parties are involved in distributing drugs to health facilities, especially in remote areas.

However, to mitigate theft and other drug loss throughout the supply chain, NMS digitizes the entire end-to-end supply chain process to ensure effective tracking of government drugs through to the end. to end users.

The award given to NMS

Health facilities that receive drugs from NMS include Mulago National Referral Hospitals, National Research Institutes such as Uganda Blood Services and Uganda Heart Institute and Regional Hospitals of Uganda. referral such as the Mbarara regional referral hospital.

Others include district general hospitals which provide prevention, promotion, outpatient, maternity, inpatient, emergency, surgical, blood transfusion, and laboratory services.

NMS also supplies medicines to health centers II, III, IV.

This year’s awards started with the e-Government Masterclass and an e-Government Expo. The event will conclude with the E-Government Excellence Award and Gala to be held on December 10, 202 to highlight the advancement of e-government services in Uganda.

The main objective of the campaign was to share experiences with various government entities across the country, who share a vision of innovative administration through the application of e-government.


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NMS E-services nominated for the NITA-U Excellence Awards https://flyairantilles.com/nms-e-services-nominated-for-the-nita-u-excellence-awards/ Thu, 09 Dec 2021 11:51:20 +0000 https://flyairantilles.com/nms-e-services-nominated-for-the-nita-u-excellence-awards/ NMS Managing Director Moses Kamabare. The adoption of modern technology at NMS is recognized. Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | National Medical Stores (NMS), a government entity mandated to purchase, store and distribute essential medicines to primarily public health facilities, has been nominated for the NITA-U Awards of Excellence. They were nominated in three categories, […]]]>
NMS Managing Director Moses Kamabare. The adoption of modern technology at NMS is recognized.

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | National Medical Stores (NMS), a government entity mandated to purchase, store and distribute essential medicines to primarily public health facilities, has been nominated for the NITA-U Awards of Excellence.

They were nominated in three categories, the E-Service of the Year Award (Health); E-Service of the year (human development) and Agency of the year.

NMS ICT Manager Stephen Kisuze was also nominated for the CIO of the Year award.

The adoption of modern technology over the past year has helped NMS to streamline its operations and deliver services in a transparent manner.

“NMS has developed an internal system where all of our processes are digitized or are being digitized,” Kisuze said.

He added that “this could have happened with the help of the government and development partners who come to help us when we need funding.”

The government has struggled with the theft of drug supplies from the district level where third parties are involved in distributing drugs to health facilities, especially in remote areas.

However, to mitigate theft and other drug loss throughout the supply chain, NMS is implementing NMS +, a system to digitize the entire supply chain process from end to end in order to ensure effective tracking of government drugs to end users.

Once the system is fully operational, the NMS will have the ability to trace medical supplies to the end user (patients and other healthcare clients) through individual identification using the national identification number ( NIN) which will be entered into the ERP system.

This will provide end user data which will then be reconciled with procurement and distribution data to ensure there are no leaks in the supply chain.

It will also provide essential information for better quantification of drugs and related medical supplies.

Health facilities that receive drugs from NMS include Mulago National Referral Hospitals, National Research Institutes such as Uganda Blood Services and Uganda Heart Institute and Regional Hospitals of Uganda. referral such as the Mbarara regional referral hospital.

Others include district general hospitals which provide prevention, promotion, outpatient, maternity, inpatient, emergency, surgical, blood transfusion, and laboratory services.

NMS also supplies medicines to health centers II, III, IV.

This year’s awards started with the e-Government Masterclass and an e-Government Expo. The event will conclude with the E-Government Excellence Award and Gala to be held on December 10, 202 to highlight the advancement of e-government services in Uganda.

The main objective of the campaign is to share experiences with various government entities across the country, who share a vision of innovative administration through the application of e-government.

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To vote, use the link below: https://awards.nita.go.ug/vote


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E-services: NMS nominated for the NITA-U Excellence Awards https://flyairantilles.com/e-services-nms-nominated-for-the-nita-u-excellence-awards/ Thu, 09 Dec 2021 09:25:46 +0000 https://flyairantilles.com/e-services-nms-nominated-for-the-nita-u-excellence-awards/ National Medical Stores (NMS), a government entity mandated to purchase, store and distribute essential medicines to primarily public health facilities, has been nominated for the NITA-U Awards of Excellence. NMS + CSSP and NMS in particular were nominated in three categories at the NITA-U Excellence Awards. This is the E-Service award of the year (health); […]]]>

National Medical Stores (NMS), a government entity mandated to purchase, store and distribute essential medicines to primarily public health facilities, has been nominated for the NITA-U Awards of Excellence.

NMS + CSSP and NMS in particular were nominated in three categories at the NITA-U Excellence Awards.

This is the E-Service award of the year (health); E-Service of the year (human development) and Agency of the year.

NMS ICT Manager Stephen Kisuze was also nominated for the CIO of the Year award.

To vote, use the link below: https://awards.nita.go.ug/vote

The adoption of modern technology has helped NMS to streamline operations and deliver services seamlessly.

“NMS has developed an internal system where all of our processes are digitized or are being digitized,” Kisuze said.

“This could have happened with the help of the government and development partners who come to help us when we need funding,” he added.

The government has struggled with the theft of drug supplies from the district level where third parties are involved in distributing drugs to health facilities, especially in remote areas.

However, to mitigate theft and other drug loss throughout the supply chain, NMS is implementing NMS +, a system to digitize the entire supply chain process from end to end in order to ensure effective tracking of government drugs to end users.

Once the system is fully operational, the NMS will have the ability to trace supplies to the end user (patients and other healthcare customers) through identification using the national identification number (NIN) which will be entered in the ERP system.

This will provide end user data which will then be reconciled with purchases and distribution data to ensure there is no leakage in the supply chain.

It will also provide essential information for better quantification of drugs and related health supplies.

Health facilities that receive drugs from NMS include Mulago National Referral Hospitals, national research institutes such as the Ugandan blood transfusion service and Uganda Heart Institute and regional referral hospitals such as Mbarara Regional Referral hospital.

Others include district general hospitals which provide prevention, promotion, curative outpatient, maternity, hospitalization, emergency, surgery and blood transfusion and laboratory services.

NMS also supplies medicines to health centers II, III, IV.

This year’s awards started with the e-Government Masterclass and an e-Government Expo. The event will conclude with the E-Government Excellence Award and Gala to be held on December 10, 202 to highlight the advancement of e-government services in Uganda.

The main objective of the campaign is to share experiences with various government entities across the country, who share a vision of innovative administration through the application of e-government.


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Lumina E-services now available for download – Back End News https://flyairantilles.com/lumina-e-services-now-available-for-download-back-end-news/ Mon, 06 Dec 2021 08:47:53 +0000 https://flyairantilles.com/lumina-e-services-now-available-for-download-back-end-news/ The new standard is making people of all ages more digital savvy and especially mobile. Everything has to be literally at their fingertips, which means they prioritize the app form of their essential tools. Always innovative Lumina Homes understands this need and is proud to launch its own app – Lumina E-services – the very […]]]>

The new standard is making people of all ages more digital savvy and especially mobile. Everything has to be literally at their fingertips, which means they prioritize the app form of their essential tools.

Always innovative Lumina Homes understands this need and is proud to launch its own app – Lumina E-services – the very latest icon home seekers should have on their smartphones. It is a progressive web app, which means that it combines the best of mobile apps and web technology by providing an app-like user experience.

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Discover safe, reliable, and more convenient ways to conduct Lumina transactions online:

  • Access Lumina Homes Online, a unique home reservation site
  • Be updated with the latest events and promotions from Lumina Homes with news and blogs
  • Try the Lumina Homes Loan Calculator and get an estimate calculation for your favorite Lumina property and home model.
  • Skip the lines and save more time when you book your tour through Lumina Appointment Scheduler.
  • Easily pay your Lumina house expenses through Lumina online payment using credit cards powered by PesoPay, digital wallets like GCash and AllEasy, and reliable online banking options!
  • Get quick access to Pag-IBIG membership online registration, home loan requirements and Pag-IBIG fund online payment.
  • If you already own a Lumina home, you can access your property details 24/7 by signing up to the Vista Owners Portal.
  • Find out easily via Contact Us or view a home buying guide via Frequently Asked Questions.

Home seekers can be confident that Lumina electronic services are secure, as it is the same platform that Lumina Homes employees and sellers use in their day-to-day tasks.

The app includes Lumina Online University, an online education platform offering free courses on selling Lumina Homes, and the Lumina Homes online seller portal that comes with interactive project maps to display Lumina Homes units available on the subdivision map.

How to download via mobile?

  1. Open https://eservices.lumina.com.ph/ in your browser.
  2. Open your browser settings.
  3. Scroll down and tap Add to home screen.
  4. Confirm by pressing Add.

How to download via desktop or laptop?

  1. Open https://eservices.lumina.com.ph/ in your favorite browser.
  2. Click an install button in the address bar.
  3. Click on Install.

Lumina Homes is one of the leading real estate developers in the Philippines, offering affordable home and land packages and condominiums with easy-to-pay payment terms. It was recently recognized by Best Startup Asia as the best real estate company in the Philippines for its innovations and for being at the forefront of digital real estate transactions.

For more information, follow us on Facebook and visit the official Lumina Homes website.


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Cogent E Services rewarded and recognized for its phenomenal contribution to the customer experience – ThePrint https://flyairantilles.com/cogent-e-services-rewarded-and-recognized-for-its-phenomenal-contribution-to-the-customer-experience-theprint/ Mon, 06 Dec 2021 05:27:00 +0000 https://flyairantilles.com/cogent-e-services-rewarded-and-recognized-for-its-phenomenal-contribution-to-the-customer-experience-theprint/ Text size: A- A + New Delhi [India], Dec. 6 (ANI / NewsView): At the ‘RISE Startup to Unicorn’ event in New Delhi, Cogent E Services was honored and honored by Piyush Goyal, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Government of India for his contribution phenomenal customer experience for its customers in all industry verticals. Gaurav […]]]>

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New Delhi [India], Dec. 6 (ANI / NewsView): At the ‘RISE Startup to Unicorn’ event in New Delhi, Cogent E Services was honored and honored by Piyush Goyal, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Government of India for his contribution phenomenal customer experience for its customers in all industry verticals.

Gaurav Abrol, CEO of Cogent E Services Private Limited accepted this award on behalf of the entire team of 13,000 people at the company.

During the event, Piyush Goyal interacted with the august gathering of young entrepreneurs, industry veterans, technocrats and other esteemed guests. Goyal detailed the government’s plans for Start up India, Digital India, Atmnirbhar Bharat, while answering questions from entrepreneurs in attendance.

At the event, Gaurav Abrol discussed issues relating to AI / ML, the adoption of technology by companies in the old economy, the effect of COVID-19 on businesses, among others. with the public. Abrol clearly distinguished the role of AI / ML in the ITeS industry and its use cases while stressing that this technology will always be used to support human resources and not in its place. AI / ML would not replace people but would work in tandem to increase efficiency.

He further discussed the role of Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities in adding to India’s economic recovery in recent years and how expanding mobile network coverage and new policies technologies followed by the Indian government under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has helped remote areas of rural India join the mainstream. He highlighted the increased female to male ratio at Cogent’s delivery centers in Tier 3 cities such as Meerut and Bareilly as an indicator of successful change.

The effect of COVID-19 on industry and the overall economy over the past two years has also been examined in detail. One of the benefits of being able to provide jobs in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities was highlighted during COVID-19, as more people were able to operate from their homes in these small towns and not did not need to travel. to subways to earn a living. This was one of the definitive changes that had a positive impact on the industry.

Abrol signed off with the message that traditional brick-and-mortar or old-economy businesses will need to use technology in their backbone, as soon as possible, to stay competitive and aligned with the current economic scenario.

Founded in 2004 by Gaurav Abrol, Abhinav Singh and Pranjal Kumar, Cogent aims to simplify the outsourcing needs of its clients and provide them with a 360 degree CX experience. Since its inception, Cogent has leveraged technology to become a one-stop, omnichannel customer solutions provider that helps businesses and brands connect with their end customers across all touchpoints and channels.

Cogent E Services has a team of more than 13,000 employees spread over 15 sites in 7 cities in India. They serve clients in banking and financial services, DTH, E-commerce, Telecom, Automotive, Consumer goods, FMCG among others and interact with their end customers in more than 8 vernacular languages.

For more information, please visit www.cogenteservices.com.

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