Ministry of Economy and Finance of Madagascar
Central electronic guarantee register
Our cooperation with the Ministry of Economy and Finance
The Ministry of Economy and Finance of Madagascar is interested in enabling investors, especially SMEs, to apply for secured loans to drive economic development in the country.
The project, set up for the Ministry of Justice of Madagascar, is financially supported by the
IFC, part of the World Bank Group, to promote economic growth in Madagascar through
greater transparency in the credit system
Part of this initiative was the design, development and implementation of a central e-guarantee registry. This enables the Government of Madagascar to facilitate access to credit, especially for small and medium-sized enterprises
- Cultural differences led to communication barriers and a lack of understanding of local
business practices, which hampered the success of the project.
- Infrastructural realities in Madagascar also posed a challenge, making it difficult for team members to collaborate effectively and coordinate their efforts.
- In addition, there are a number of laws and regulations in Madagascar that must be adhered to when implementing a project, which was somewhat difficult, especially for foreign companies.
Despite these challenges, the IT project was completed on time, within budget and to the
satisfaction of all involved
Our Contribution ...
A big congratulations for this huge achievement, and a great way to close of 2022. Thanks for your collaboration, perseverance and solution oriented mindset. Looking forward to the next phase of the project in 2023.
F. Elaine MacEachern
IFC, Sr. Financial Sector Specialist
Angular, Spring Boot, SQL Server, Tomcat, CentOS, Micro Service Architecture, Constellio
Agile Scrum, DevOps
Registre National des Entreprises (RNE)
Digitalisation of the commercial Register
Our cooperation with the RNE
RNE (National Registry of Commerce) is a newly established government agency that has assumed full responsibility over the national commercial registry. Originally, the commercial register was under the responsibility of the Ministries of Justice and Economy.
RNE is responsible for the collection and management of metadata of all companies, societies, organisations, ONGs, professionals, etc. established and resident in Tunisia. It is the country’s central business database through which all amendments must pass.
The digital transformation is in full swing in Tunisia. All ministries and all state-owned companies and institutions are involved in this ecosystem. In this context, RNE represents the core of the entire ecosystem, which aims to fully digitise all processes.
Participation of users (entrepreneurs, freelancers, lawyers, accountants) in the processes of business creation and information change.
Full digitalisation of all processes: Registration, electronic signing of documents, scanning of documents, online payment, validation processes up to the publication of all public business information and files of the companies incl. a commercial register file with secured QR codes.
Providing search mechanisms for quick retrieval of all information of a company or a person having a relationship with a given company.
In 2007, think tank participated in a tender by the then INNORPI, beat other big names in IT and won the contract.
The wish was to digitalise all processes of the commercial register, including communication with all authorities involved, within one year.
Technical and infrastructural challenges had to be overcome, as the IT infrastructure of all authorities was very outdated.
Our contribution ...
Together with our IT partner think tank Business Solutions, we have succeeded in designing and setting up one of the most efficient and complex IT system in the eGov Environment since 2008, which is the Business Corporate Registry of Tunisia.
Digital Business Transformation
Oracle, JPA (OR Mapper), REST Services, Tomcat, Angular, Struts, Bootstrap