Jan 2020 –Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded to novaCITYNETS the project to upgrade and enhance the web-based Enterprise Registry and Archival (ERA) System.

The ERA System became operational in March 2014 and since then system has been heavily utilised as the corporate-wide records and document management platform, with an aim to provide end-to-end management for all corporate resources in both physical and electronic forms throughout their lifecycle; from capture and registration to archival and eventual destruction or permanent preservation. The ERA System manages all forms of documents ranging from emails, contractual documents, reports, and even drawings up to AO size.

With increasing user-base of the ERA System and ageing hardware, LTA recognised the need for a system upgrade to provide scalability to serve the needs of additional users. The project includes upgrading the existing infrastructure setup as well as application enhancements. The new ERA promises to deliver a better overall user experience.

The ERA System was developed on Nova’s flagship product; PAVO™ Collaborative Framework, which has seen many successful regional implementations. Known for its robustness, high scalability and reliability, PAVO™ has served as the secured enterprise framework, providing unified collaboration and management, for all of our customer’s large scale mission critical implementations.

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About Land Transport Authority, Singapore

LTA are responsible for planning, operating, and maintaining Singapore’s land transport infrastructure and systems.

It envisions a people-centred land transport system that meets the diverse needs of Singapore’s growing population and expanding economy. As part of its vision, LTA are determined to ensure physical accessibility for all, provide affordable transport and promote environmental sustainability in all their transport solutions.

By 2020, Singapore expects daily journeys to increase from 8.9 million to about 14.3 million.

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