The Local Enforcement System groups together up a number of participants including statutory bodies and private agencies. The key players forming the Local Enforcement are the Regional Committees, the Local Councils and the Local Tribunals.
Loqus works in close collaboration with all our clients to constantly maintain and enhance the system. The Department of Local Government stands at the core of the process and governs the way the system evolves and moves forward. Loqus under direction of DLG and the Ministry also cooperates with the LES Management Committee on any required enhancements.
The Local Enforcement system is composed of a variety of modules including a route creation and management tool, an allocation software, a tribunal manager tool, a petition module, an online citizen facing module, payment facilities, accounting and debt collection tools, online tracking of offices and assets, an extensive list of out of the box and tailor made reports plus more.
Loqus aims to increase efficiency and transparency through the Local Enforcement System. It ensures accountability and auditability throughout the system. And above all Loqus works to maintain an end-user friendly and customer-oriented approach to it's clients.
LOQUS provides an efficient management solution for business. With hundreds of enforcement officers, field service officers, drivers and other users from diverse entities, the solution provides you with the necessary custom-made software tools, to keep your business moving.
The Local Enforcement System entails a substantial devolution of power to Local Governments. The system is a tightly integrated solution based on the process rather than individual functions. The Local Enforcement System links together Governments, Police and Service Providers to revolutionise the way enforcement is managed.