ENKON provides modules for government land record solutions within the Integral-LIS application. We have worked extensively with the Republic of Botswana to deploy customized land record systems, which manages land rights in the country.
Modules designed to provide solutions for land record systems include:
- Deeds Registry
- Plot and Plan Registry
- Land Applications
- Land Transactions
- House Management
These packages can be combined or customized to meet your specific and unique requirements. Let us help you create a solution to manage your government systems that can be built on over time as your needs evolve
ENKON has created a number of solutions for government organizations using the Integral-LIS platform. A few examples are as follows:
Republic of Botswana
ENKON designed and deployed a land management system for the Government of Botswana’s Ministry of Land Management, Water and Sanitation Services. This system addresses a substantial number of business processes undertaken by a number of Ministries, Town Councils, and Land Boards. Through the use of the Integral platform, a system was developed consisting of seven major packages that includes Deeds Registry, a suite of modules to track land-related applications and transactions, powerful mapping capability, a lease management system to track the leases for the various departments, a planning package to track the development and approval of development plans. The system manages the ownership and allocation of land for the 2.2 million people of Botswana. ENKON also uploaded a substantial amount of legacy data and created pathways for integration with a number of other government systems.
“We are pleased to be working with ENKON, as they are ideally positioned to manage and implement this unique Land Information System for us.”
Thato Raphaka Permanent Secretary of the Republic of Botswana.
Washington State Conservation Commission
ENKON developed a system for the Washington State Conservation Commission to track state and county conservation projects, including associated finances and approvals. The system, called CPDS, tracks various types of habitat restoration projects, such as fencing, channel reconstruction, livestock watering, and riparian planting, from the issue of grants through to the implementation, follow-up, and monitoring stages. ENKON has been working with the Washington State Conservation Commission for many years and recently undertook a major upgrade to the system to include a significant mapping component.