Just what is a Statutory Register?
All registers, irrespective of the legislative base from which they came into existence, share a common set of functions, that are agnostic indeed to the purpose of the register. These could be described in simple terms: to file, to store, and to publish the entries on the register. In computer terms this would translate to the operations of create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) that are the four basic operations of persistent storage. However, the complexity of a statutory register does go...
Enabling Digital Government: Interoperability and Data Exchange Between Registries
Interoperability: The benefits of a connected landscape
The pitfalls of ERP, CRM and other non-registry platforms
A wrench is an essential tool in any toolbox but you would never use it to hammer a nail? When building a registry system, the same rule applies. You should choose a solution specifically tailored for registries.