Tascomi are delighted to be involved in sponsoring the Institute of Licensing  National Training  Conference taking place between 15th ‐ 17th November 2017. The Institute’s successful National Training Conference will be held for the second year at the Crowne Plaza, Stratford-upon-Avon.

Over the three days there will be a great line up of speakers, a packed and informative programme and evening activities. The conference attracts around 300 delegates and speakers from the Licensing sector, including Licensing Officers, Police Officers, Barristers and Solicitors. The purpose of the event is to increase understanding and to promote discussion in relation to the subject areas and the impact of forthcoming changes and recent case law.

Tascomi will be exhibiting our highly innovative Tascomi Public Protection Product and more specifically the Licensing Module within.

Tascomi’s Licensing Solution

As previously mentioned, Tascomi licensing solution is part of our comprehensive Public Protection module. It is designed to allow for end-to-end administration of Licenses, from submission online, through processing, and on to issue and renewal. With entirely user-defined forms, this solution can manage any Licence type including Premises Licences, Taxi Permits, and Personal Licences.

Reduce Administration Time 

Tascomi licensing significantly reduces the administration time required in the intensive licensing process, with a push towards fully online licensing and a paperless process. Applicants can track applications through the online portal, with the Authority back-office team able to see a full history of each licence.

To learn more about Tascomi Public Protection Solution, or any of our time and cost saving software applications be sure to drop by our stand and chat to Gavin and Victoria. 

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