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Davyn developed a social security platform focused on providing a single, 360° view of each citizen. This ever-evolving platform aims to improve accessibility and participation in Social Security by providing convenient, user-centric channels. It eliminates siloed processes by having one, fully integrated system where everything is connected.
The platform won Davyn the Microsoft Partner of the Year 2019 award:
Davyn was nominated for their work with connecting home-grown systems of the Social Security Board of Belize using Microsoft’s integrated cloud platforms such as Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Power BI and Dynamics 365. Davyn, bid to connect different agencies in the Social Security Board of Belize to improve revenue collection and offer better e-services capabilities.Trinidad and Tobago Newsday (2019)
The core of the Davyn Social Security Platform is based on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Service. Microsoft is one of the largest software vendors in the world, widely used by governments and big businesses alike. Their technology allows for longevity and flexibility given their extensive experience in the marketplace. The graphic below is a snapshot of our platform and its capabilities.
Yes! We are working with the Belize Social Security Board, Antigua and Barbuda Social Security Board, and the Turks and Caicos National Insurance Board on various social security solutions and implementations.
Below you’ll find a few snapshots of the platform environment implemented for the Belize Social Security Board:
We selected Davyn as our strategic partner because as an organization, they were flexible and willing to work with us to achieve the things we wanted at a price point that matched what our budget was.Ward McGregor, Chief Information Officer, Belize Social Security Board
With over 20 years of experience working within the English-speaking Caribbean, Davyn developed our Social Security Platform with the region’s government agencies in mind. We are committed to providing a cost-effective and versatile platform.
No. While this solution is tailored specifically for social security, the portal management aspect of the technology can be applied to other industries, based on a company’s specific goals and needs.