Adoxio Delivers Digital Transformation to Regulatory Agencies

Adoxio is excited to announce the launch of their latest product, Regulate 365 License and Permit, now available on Microsoft App Source and for purchase through approved partners.

Professional associations, medical colleges, member-based regulators, and government agencies all face the growing challenge to do more with less while meeting mandates to regulate association members and protect the public. Many regulatory agencies are challenged by the high touch process of issuing and reissuing licenses and permits while ensuring professional requirements are met, as well as fielding grievances and completing audit practices. Associations are spending a significant amount of time managing and tracking disjointed and often out of date applications and spreadsheets. Addressing these challenges becomes increasingly necessary as more professions require regulation every year – 30% of workers in the US need a license to perform their jobs, compared to 5% in the 1950s.

 

Regulate 365

“We are so enthusiastic about bringing the power of the Microsoft cloud platform to regulators,” shared Adoxio CEO Grant McLarnon. “Regulate 365 empowers those who are entrusted with ensuring public safety through the oversight of important industries, organizations and people. Since it is based on the Dynamics platform our solution leverages many of the advantages of coming from the Microsoft product suite, including security, integration, intuitive user interface as well as point and click configurability. Our legacy of building world class products combined with our years of experience working with regulators has resulted in a solution that creates compelling value for our customers.” 

 

Regulate 365 Licence and Permit is based on well known, industry trusted Microsoft cloud technology. Built on Dynamics 365 with an easily updated public facing portal, it manages front and back end data collection, business specific workflows and approvals, and provides the ability to quickly pull detailed reports for integrations with Microsoft Power BI. Users can access data from any device, update their own profiles, and process payments for courses and membership fees. Members and the public can easily engage by searching any restrictions against a member of the regulatory agency, as well as submit complaints and view scheduling for hearings and/or disciplinary action.

 

“Because this is not a COTS (commercial-off- the-shelf) solution, Regulate 365 can be quickly and easily configured to address the very specific needs of very different professional associations, making it a more convenient and cost effective solution,” shares Craig Fleming, CTO Adoxio.

Learn more about Regulate 365