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What is it?
SITE is an open source information management system for an Emergency money transfer program. It allows storing the information of the beneficiaries with a standardized workflow to register and cancel them, as well as to generate reports and payment orders. The web application was developed using Kubernetes for the management of services and with an architectural design of micro-applications (micro-applications.org) is oriented to provide scalability that allows the management of large databases as the program grows while maintaining traceability and information security
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Why was it developed?
In response to the lack of a generic, efficient and modular system for the cash transfer programs of each country, the Inter-American Development Bank and Disruptica developed a generic information management system for an Emergency cash transfer program - Emergency Transfer System (SITE), the first system for cash transfer programs in Open Source that allows storing information on beneficiaries with a standardized workflow to register and cancel them, as well as to generate reports and payment orders. payment.
Why are we sharing it?
Currently in Latin America and the Caribbean there are several countries that have implemented cash transfer programs, however, such systems are not available to other countries, there is no standard technology that allows rapid implementation and management of the programs, as well as payment orders to beneficiaries through banks.