Azerbaijani ULTRA Technologies expanding EDM system in country's state sector
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Feb. 10
By Sadraddin Aghjayev – Trend:
Azerbaijani ULTRA Technologies LLC has implemented a huge number of projects for customers from the state sector over 22 years of its existence, Ruslan Romanenko, a consultant on innovative solutions at ULTRA Technologies, told Trend.
According to Romanenko, there is not a single ministry or government organization for which ULTRA Technologies would not perform certain works in the IT-sphere.
“For about 12 years, our company has been successfully implementing the electronic document management system, ‘DocNet’, in a number of ministries and departments of the government of Azerbaijan - a universal solution that allows organizing an electronic document management system in government agencies, enterprises and authorities, as well as in companies of any level and various industries activities,” the expert emphasized.
He also noted that DocNet conforms to the ECM (Enterprise Content Management) concept and supports the full lifecycle of document management and business process automation.
“The main goal of implementing DocNet system is to increase transparency, controllability and efficiency. This system covers all stages of the documentation life cycle: from the preparation of draft documents to the organization of archival storage (with the provision of electronic archive and electronic signature functions),” said Romanenko.
The consultant also stated that using the experience of working on ‘DocNet’ Electronic Document Management (EDM), ULTRA Technologies also developed 'ALISA' (Automated Library Information System of Azerbaijan) system.
This system has already been introduced in many state libraries of Azerbaijan and in the Heydar Aliyev Center in the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Romanenko added.
He also noted a wide range of solutions for automating the management of the educational process in state higher and secondary educational institutions.
“The core of this set of solutions is our Eduman platform. On its basis, we have created a universal system that regulates all processes in the university, without exception, from an electronic journal to electronic exams,” Romanenko said.
By interacting with their ‘personal account’, both the student and the teacher can easily manage their schedule, receive assignments and monitor their execution, said the consultant.
According to Romanenko, the system is constantly evolving, and recently the online exam module has been improved taking into account the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We have added a proctoring system to this program, which, using biometric recognition using AI algorithms (AI - artificial intelligence), is able to automatically record violations during the exam,” Romanenko emphasized.
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