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PRANG Soldier Records Digitization

United States Government Officeholders and custodians of public records must continually work to ensure that important land, court, and historical records are complete, accessible, and safe from natural and other disasters. Converting paper records and analog data to a computer-readable digital format is an increasingly popular solution. eliteBco help PRANG to:  

USAID’s Contractor Payment Portal

San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 5, 2016 – eliteBco, LLC announced today that they were awarded a contract to develop, host, and maintain a portal that manages the entire lifecycle of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) contractor payments. Powered by Agiloft’s contract management system, the portal enablesUSAID personnel to assign tasks to contractors and, in turn, allows the contractors to submit invoices and get paid for their services through the system. In the background, eliteBco personnel provide support to all portal users, configure the portal to meet requirements, process payments to contractors, and provide tax reporting services. “We chose eliteBco’s solution because they gave us access to a fully functional prototype when they submitted their proposal; they were ready to go!” said Timothy Mulroy, USAID Branch Chief of Field Investigations. “It is amazing how fast eliteBco can incorporate new functionality and changes to the system.” “Our solution engineers have the know-how and experience with the Agiloft platform to build solutions in a matter of hours over a couple of days, not weeks or months,” said Luis A. Baez-Black, President of eliteBco. “Our solutions present a great opportunity for our clients to reduce the time and costs of developing and maintaining their portals.” This win represents a major milestone in eliteBco’s plan to introduce Agiloft in the federal government. Agiloft is a state-of-the-art business process management solution where enterprise applications can be configured without custom coding. It can be deployed on premise or hosted in a FedRAMP-compliant and SSAE 16-certified data center.

HUD Mortgage Document Digitization

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requires federal agencies to provide access to documents. As a result, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) had amassed an enormous amount of paper documents to meet these requirements. Many divisions within HUD are quickly running out of physical space to store the documents. More importantly, finding information was challenging and time-consuming. Under the existing process, HUD divisions did not have an easy way to share and collaborate on documents with other agencies. It was clear that HUD needed to digitize their paper documents and implement a document management (DM) system for managing, storing and collaborating on documents. The system needed to support HUD’s telecommuting policy and allow employees to securely access the information anytime, anywhere. The organization also hoped that a DM system would help drive efficiencies throughout the organization by automating business processes and providing a central location for managing case files.