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An encryption key is used to encrypt all documents before being stored. When a document is retrieved, the same key is used to decrypt the file before view/download.
Our development framework, web2py, provides inherent controls to ensure that only data for a single entity can be retrieved from the database at any given time.
Compliance tasks are returned in an excel file. Documents are returned via AWS S3.
Yes, for a fee. No integrations are supported out of the box
Python, Web2py and Angular
3 business days
We source the content through government sites. We also look for all the notifications on a daily basis by visiting the government sites. Currently, we track more than 700 sites that we visit regularly to look for an update and content.
No, we do not use any database. We search through the government sites to source the information.
We cover content to include legislations pertaining central, state and at local level (i.e. at municipalities). However, the coverage at the municipality is limited presently.
We have a coverage of India, Singapore, and Malaysia that we support today.
The update (if found relevant) for the client will be mapped as either new or change to the current trackers. Once the update is received, we will map the changes to the client trackers in T+3 Days. since the application is deployed on the cloud, all updates occur transparently to end-users.
All the changes/updates are collated on the fortnightly update which is published as a newsletter and circulated among the clients. We also circulate Special Update (for the regulatory changes that are immediately effective) on an email and circulate with clients. Applicable updates are reflected as new trackers or changes to existing trackers.
Applicable laws and regulations to an entity are ascertained by seeking responses to an exhaustive questionnaire, coupled with site visit, client interview, etc. to arrive at the accurate compliance.