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CrimsonLogic was part of the government initiative in 1988 to develop TradeNet® - the world’s first single window system to facilitate trade in Singapore. It connects multiple parties involved in external trade transactions, including Singapore Customs, Port Authority and 33 other government controlling agencies, to a single online platform for most trade documentation tasks, such as processing import and export permits, and certificates of origin. It serves both the government and trading community by processing about 9 million online transactions annually.
As the Customs Authorities evolve into a more trade facilitator role, there is a need for a comprehensive, flexible Customs Management System. Our Custom Management System is designed to be compliant with various international best practices, including the World Customs Organisation’s (WCO) guidelines and recommendations such as the SAFE Framework of Standards, Risk Management, Post Clearance Audit, Data Model, Unique Consignment Reference (UCR) and Authorised Economic Operator (AEO).
Leveraging on the success of TradeNet® and experience gained in trade facilitation, CrimsonLogic ventured into other areas of eGovernment, such as eServices, eCitizens, eJustice, electronic security (e.g. Public Key Infrastructure and document security), paperless filing, business registration and licensing, eHealthcare and cloud computing. We have also embarked on various acquisitions through the years to further enhance our domain knowledge in eGovernment. Since then, we have strengthened our portfolio of eGovernment solutions, and governments from all over the world have benefited from our online government innovations, enhancing their interactions and user experience with citizens and businesses.
Today, citizens expect greater convenience and accessibility from every service delivery channel directed to them. Our eGovernment solutions enhance the interaction between governments and citizens. We have many eCitizens solutions available and are able to build and operate effective eServices management system that will better benefit citizens and governments alike.
We offer a comprehensive range of trade facilitation solutions, from designing and building systems that provide a high degree of agility, to operating these systems. Our international track record and commitment to quality provide customers with the assurance of on-track project delivery and achievement of key operation objectives.
CrimsonLogic’s eJustice solution is designed to boost judicial transparency, enhance efficiency and facilitate citizens’ access to justice through electronic filing system. Built on industry best practices, our eJustice system can be customised to suit any jurisdiction.
Our eLitigation solution comprises electronic filing system, integrated due diligence, case and data validation with agencies, case management and resource management. Our solution also enables Judges and Court Registrars to process cases, schedule and manage hearing sessions conveniently.
The proliferation of eGovernment has created a strong need for electronic identity (e-identity). At a national level, our e-Identity benefits citizens and businesses to access eServices portals managed by different agencies in a safe and convenient way. In addition, our eStamping solution for document security further combats duplication and fraud by using computer-based security to stamp documents.
Our eHealthcare solution is aligned with the government’s medical initiatives to provide affordable and accessible care delivery through the implementation of Electronic Health Records. Integrating technology and healthcare services, we are able to digitise and standardise the electronic exchange of medical records (i.e. Electronic Health Record and Electronic Medical Record) across the healthcare sector quickly and securely. Our ClinicWeaver is a one-stop GP solution for business, clinical Electronic Medical Record and administrative needs. It integrates seamlessly with various government agencies, such as the Ministry of Health, and provides them with data for analysis, monitoring and planning. Medical practices can conveniently submit clinical indicators, immunisation reports, disease notifications to the various government agencies.