The age of big data and analytics makes it possible for departments of state or entire governments to harness digitalisation in a win-win scenario for members or citizens. By making the leap from traditional analogue processes to information-based administration, governments can increase efficiencies in rolling out projects while decreasing financial leakage and increasing revenue from tax; licence; rates and fee collections.
A department or government that leverages accurate information about the lives and needs of its members or citizens is one that is empowered to optimise the impact of its service delivery. Our speciality is the transition between analogue and digital – where we aggregate best-in-class hardware and software technogies to implement state-department or national level identity solutions. We cover the hierarchy of security levels: from photograph, through fingerprint and iris, to facial recognition. At InsideData/UniPrint we have years of experience in implementing complex solutions for governments and our focus is ‘African solutions that work for African countries’.
It all begins with information. Identifying citizens and storing meaningful, consistent, secure data about them is the foundation of all things digital. A national database with authenticated national identity documents and census data can: