The activities of the CFT Group in the implementation of IT solutions for the social sphere are based on three components:
  1. Development of high-tech solutions for solving tasks in automated monitoring, control and management in the social sphere;
  2. Solution implementation and organization of information exchange among all participants, including national bodies, transport companies, banks, insurance companies, medical institutions, pharmacies and other stakeholders;
  3. Support and development of systems, including the sourcing of new members, expanding functionality, merging and integration of systems at the regional and national levels.                   


 CFT technologies are necessary for:       CFT Solutions:
Creation of the Unified Social Register of concession categories of citizens, and its automated processing
  1. Automated, personalized accounting of the social security actually provided
  2. Real-time control of the intended use of financial resources allocated to social programs
  3. Creation of a common information area
  4. Highly specific identification of citizens eligible for social security in official automated accounting systems
  5. Timely monitoring of socio-economic processes associated with the provision of services to concession categories of citizens
  6. Improvement of the quality of public services related to social security through:
  • Implementation of the ‘single window’ principle and reduction of the time needed for customer service
  • Social security
  • Optional use of a multifunctional electronic card and certain types of cards: social, transport, insurance, including those for different categories of citizens
Effective implementation of social development programs
  1. Shorter terms of implementation of social projects through their step-by-step launch
  2. Wide-ranging popular coverage through a recipient-oriented approach
  3. A centralized database of beneficiaries
  4. Less time and money spent on support for remote offices of social security
  5. ‘Single window’ work, automatic information exchange among all participants of the system in protected mode
  6. Launch of social cards for certain categories of beneficiaries: ‘Pupil Card’, ‘Student Card’, ‘Labor Veteran Card’ and others
The Social Card provides the following:
  • Delivery of cash social and other benefits: compensations, pension, allowances, subsidies and wages
  • Banking services: provision of a number of banking services, including deposits and savings programs
  • Management of funded part of pension: browsing information via ATMs, optional transfer of additional funds
  • Medical care: accounting of benefits for medical care, provision and accounting of medicine within the system of additional drug supply (required drug supply)
  • Payment of travel fees: accounting and payment of travel fees on public transport for concession categories of citizens
  • Payment of utility services: accounting and compensation of benefits and subsidies covering housing and utility bills