AMRTP sets up a collaborative documentary portal and digitizes its mail process on GoFAST
GoFAST is exported outside the European Union: selected by the Malian Telecommunications and Mail Regulatory Authority following an international call for tenders, AMRTP has chosen Open Source with GoFAST Digital Workplace, rather than a proprietary GAFAM solution.
The project is large because it aims to set up a collaborative portal for all AMRTP civil servants, making it possible to manage content efficiently, but also to digitize business processes, starting with the mail handling.
The main objectives of the project are:
- To digitize and improve several processes of the structure,
- To simplify the collection and centralization of information,
- To streamline communication,
- To promote collaborative work,
- To facilitate activity monitoring,
- To guarantee data security.
For this, the CEO-Vision team supports the AMRTP in the change process: clarification of the business needs of the different Directions, search for organizational solutions on the platform (sharing, access rights, etc.), modeling of the mail workflow (and other processes), user training, also skills transfer.
As part of this great project, CEO-Vision is working with Intelec3, an expert in project management and competent in different AMRTP kinds of business.
Created by the Minister in charge of the telecommunications / ICT and Mail sector by Ordinance No. 2011-024 / P-RM of September 28, 2011 regulating the telecommunications and mail sector, the Malian Telecommunications / ICT and Mail Regulatory Authority, abbreviated "AMRTP" (AUTORITÉ MALIENNE DE RÉGULATION DES TÉLÉCOMMUNICATIONS ET DES POSTES in French), replaces the Telecommunications Regulatory Committee (CRT, le Comité de Régulation des Télécommunications in French) set up on September 30, 1999 by Ordinance No. 99-043 / P-RM governing telecommunications in the Republic of Mali.
The change of status from "Independent Committee" to "Independent Administrative Authority" of the Malian telecommunications / ICT and mail regulator, reflects the will of the State to endow the AMRTP, and this, in accordance with the Additional Acts of ECOWAS and with the WAEMU Directives adopted in the matter, institutional and financial means allowing it to accomplish its missions with complete independence and serenity for a harmonious development of telecommunications / ICT and Mail in Mali. Indeed, the AMRTP has legal personality and enjoys financial and administrative autonomy.
The strengthening of the regulator's missions and powers came at the time when our country welcomed a third operator holding a global telecommunications license including mobile telephony with 2G and 3G standards, fixed telephony and the Internet.