Using SecuGen Hamster Pro 20 with M2SYS eGov Pension Management System

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While governments must plan carefully for the future workforce, they must not forget the ones that belonged to it before—that is, retirees. These retirees have given a considerable portion of their lives to the workforce and deserve retirement and pensions. However, pension management can be trickier than it seems. For starters, thousands of pensioners spread across countries still use manual pension management systems. Moreover, these countries suffer from fraudulent pension distribution, leading to eligible retirees losing their pensions. That being said, let’s look at how an identity management solution built with M2SYS eGov like the Pension Management System can be used with a powerful biometric scanner like the SecuGen Hamster Pro 20 for faster and more efficient pension distribution.

SecuGen Hamster Pro 20 Seamlessly Works with M2SYS eGov

SecuGen Hamster Pro 20 is one of the most ideal and versatile biometric scanners available today—we’ve tested it extensively. It is a highly durable device that is lightweight and works seamlessly with Windows, iOS, and Android. The best part is that it can be easily used with the identity management solutions built with M2YS eGov. For this scenario, we’ll use our Pension Management System, one of our highlighted eGovernance solutions.

Before moving further, one might think that using biometric scanners with identity management solutions can be quite complex and time-consuming. Why is it easy for us?

Well, M2SYS eGov acts as an OS for government projects—it connects with third-party systems, including scanners, ABIS solutions, legacy systems, and more. We’ve worked with several identification projects for over two decades that have helped us build an e-governance platform that users can practically use with any scanner and ABIS solution.

Let’s dive deep into the scanner’s role in our Pension Management System.

How Hamster Pro 20 works with the M2SYS eGov Platform

Using the SecuGen Hamster Pro 20 with our eGov platform is seamless—in fact, all of its egovernance solutions are compatible with the device. Our eGov platform acts as an OS and connects with any ABIS provider, capture tool, or scanner, making it a compelling egovernance software package. When all of the required configurations are made and the capture tools are tested, the Pension Management System is good to go.

After setting up the solution in pension centers, retirees need to be registered in the system. Next, the Pension Management System adds eligible retirees for pensions using demographic, beneficiary, and other required information. During this process, the retirees need to provide their fingerprints—this is where the SecuGen Hamster Pro 20 comes in. With the scanner’s help, the solution automatically checks for duplicates using biometric data. When no duplicates are found, the retiree’s information is successfully added to the system. However, if duplicates are detected, appropriate action is taken, preventing pension fraud.

Down the line, whenever enrolled retirees come to the centers for their pensions, the solution utilizes the SecuGen Hamster Pro 20 to authenticate them using their biometric data. Upon successfully authenticating the pensioners, Life Certificates are issued to them as proof of existence, and pension disbursements are authorized.

M2SYS eGov Works with All Scanners

As mentioned above, M2SYS eGov has various configurable solutions that can be integrated with third-party systems, modified on the fly, and drastically reduce development time. In addition, M2SYS eGov is compatible with SecuGen Hamster Pro 20 and works well with all capture tools, ABIS solutions, and scanners, making it a must-have egovernance platform.

Contact us now to learn more about how M2SYS eGov can help you with government digitization projects.

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