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Government of Jamaica Wins Newgen Impetus Award

Shelly-Ann Weeks
Shelly-Ann Weeks

Corporate Comm. & Public Relations

MINISTRY OF FINANCE & THE PUBLIC SERVICE

PRESS RELEASE

Government of Jamaica Wins Newgen Impetus Award

Kingston, Jamaica: Tuesday, August 3, 2021

The Government of Jamaica (GOJ) through the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service was recently awarded the Newgen Impetus Award 2021 on Wednesday, July 14, 2021. This award signifies the dedication of GOJ for driving business growth through continuous innovation. The felicitation ceremony was held at the Newgen Virtual global customer meet “NewgenConnect.”

Deputy Financial Secretary of Corporate Planning and Administration Division of the Ministry of Finance and the Public Service, Miss Carlene Smith, Ministry of Finance and the Public Service expressed her elation of the significance of the award,

“Our journey to automate business processes within government started in 2015 with our partnership with Fujitsu and Newgen. Using the Omnisuite solution we have automated over thirty business process to date. Our key focus on modernization and transformation became a reality by adding quality and efficiency in operations across government departments. The automation completed thus far will improve the management of records and mails, along with several other discrete processes such as loans, scholarships and case management.”

About Newgen

Newgen is the leading provider of a unified digital transformation platform with native process automation, content services and communication management capabilities. Globally, successful enterprises rely on Newgen’s industry-recognized low code application platform to develop and deploy complex, content-driven, and customer-engaging business application on the cloud. From onboarding to service requests, lending to underwriting, and for many more use cases across industries. Newgen unlocks simple with speed and agility.

For further information contact:

Communication & Public Relations Branch
Ministry of Finance and the Public Service
30 National Heroes Circle, Kingston 4
Tel: (876) 932-4656 / 4660 / 4655
Email: shelly-ann.weeks@mof.gov.jm / daniel.passley@mof.gov.jm
Contact: Shelly-Ann Weeks / Daniel Passley

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