BCC Joins oneGov Platform, Paving the Way for Enhanced Services

The Business Center Corporation (BCC) has become the first Maldivian corporation to integrate its services into the oneGov cross-agency platform alongside government entities. The move promises improved service accessibility and convenience for citizens and businesses alike.

The integration was formalized during a special ceremony held at TradeNet on Wednesday, March 13, 2024. BCC’s Managing Director, Ibrahim Ziyau, presided over the occasion, marking a momentous step towards streamlining administrative processes.

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Key Highlights:

  1. Unified Services: BCC’s services are now seamlessly accessible through oneGov, eliminating the need for citizens to navigate multiple platforms. Whether it’s business registration, licensing, or other administrative tasks, users can conveniently access BCC’s offerings.
  2. Home-Based Food Producers: The integration includes an easy registration feature specifically tailored for home-based food producers. This streamlined process aims to encourage entrepreneurship and support local businesses.
  3. Future Prospects: Ziyau confirmed that this is just the beginning. BCC plans to integrate all major services into oneGov, ensuring a comprehensive and efficient experience for users.
  4. Collaboration Beyond Government Agencies: Saeeda Umar, Managing Director of TradeNet, emphasized that the inclusion of corporations alongside government agencies enhances service accessibility. By fostering collaboration, oneGov aims to simplify interactions between citizens, businesses, and administrative bodies.

The move towards a unified digital ecosystem reflects the Maldives’ commitment to modernization and efficiency. As more entities join the oneGov platform, citizens can look forward to a more streamlined and user-friendly experience.

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