Alkhadim – Heritage



 References:

  • o Buildings with consultation of the complete file
    • o Locations
    • o Other repositories
    •  Settings:
    • o Zone/Neighborhood;
    • o User;
    • o Rights/Profiles.
    • o Others
    •  Procedures:
    • o Legal with all cases
    • o Administrative with all cases
    • o Monitoring progress of procedures
    •  Dashboards:
    • Reports (lists and graphs) allowing decision-making analysis with
    • indicators
    •  Geoportal: geolocation with some GIS functions
    •  Data exchanges and interfacing


  • Ensure optimal automation of management 
  • Produce the complete required information for decision support;
  • Provide traceability of operations carried out;
  • Avoid errors, malfunctions and processing delays;
  • Automatically control/detect anomalies;
  • Operate in pilot mode with alerts;
  • Guarantee the reliability of data processing.


  • Web access;
  • 3or + third-party architecture;
  • a programming language which offers a guarantee of robustness and performance whose use by employers is the most popular worldwide (Java, PHP with our C2M Framework merges with Symfony);
  • The system must be open to other existing or future modules in the municipality (adaptability of the public service);
  • Use of the Web Service for interfacing with other existing or future systems;
  • Ability to access several types of databases such as MSQL Server, or MySQL or PostgreSQL (Easy to migrate to other databases such as Oracle, etc.);
  • Transfer of search results to Excel and/orPDF by the user;
  • Changing the layout and mask of columns of a search result table on screen;
  • User-friendliness and ergonomics of the interfaces;
  • System traceability to obtain a history of connections and tasks performed by user;
  • Implementation of an effective and automated backup policy (backup/restore) with planning in a local server of the municipality;
  • Workflow management, for the processing of the processes indicated above making it possible to consult the progress, maintain traceability and provide all the indicators necessary for the recovery of a given situation;
  • Possibility of generating alerts;
  • Ability to attach and consult all kinds of documents scanned from the solution;
  • Have a powerful search engine, with the possibility of cartographic search of taxable materials;
  • Be efficient in data processing and multiple access management;
  • Have a centralized/common repository;
  • Have tools to:
    • User Management ;
    • Management of access rights;
    • Activity monitoring and control.
  • Be scalable:
    • Technologically, through the use of a modular architecture;
    • On a functional level, through a configuration console guaranteeing the adaptability of the characteristics of important elements (future regulations: taxes/rights/royalties/…etc).
  • Have integrated decision support tools allowing the generation of system reports and dashboards;