Blue Badge Fraud - are you doing all you can?

A recent article from BBC news highlights that the majority of councils in England did not pursue anybody for abusing the Blue Badges scheme in 2017-2018.

Pentagull are currently collaborating with Blackpool Council to provide a complete Blue Badge case management system in response to the changes with the National Blue Badges system coming into force next month.

The Blue Badge Case Management system is built upon our ESB platform which provides a highly flexible, scalable and resilient platform that helps the public sector reduce costs and facilitate improved service.

The system will be fully integrated to the Department of Transport customer online form ensuring data compliance, but alternatively the system can be implemented to use our own responsive and customisable online forms.

If you would like to learn more about how ESB can help with your Blue Badge case management requirements, please get in touch with us. If you already have ESB in your organisation and would like to leverage the power of the various features of the platform to maximum effect, contact your account manager for more details.

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