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Published on: May 17, 2011
Type of content: CASE STUDY
Length: 2 pages
The Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation, a body of the federal government that supervises the application of law and order in Russia, receives over 100,000 monthly requests from government agencies to inspect small businesses for regulatory compliance.
Maintaining the proper pace and keeping up with the increasing caseload was difficult with the office's spreadsheet-based decision-making system.
Want to know how it optimized this process?
Read this brief paper now to learn about the comprehensive business analytics option it implemented to streamline processing and also how it shifted to electronic inspection request forms. Discover how this innovative option:
- Predicts future business development trends, enabling forward-thinking planning
- Replaces paper-based systems with automated processes using data collected from electronic forms
- Links networked devices to provide real-time information access for timely decision-making
- And much more