Technological Modernization of Peru's Public Registries

Technological Modernization of Peru's Public Registries

Antonio Diaz-Andrade (ESAN, Peru) and Martín Santana-Ormeño (ESAN, Peru)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-408-8.ch015
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Abstract

This study describes the strategy and information technology adopted by Peru’s National Superintendent of Public Registries (SUNARP) to meet its organizational goals. SUNARP was created in 1994 to become the ruling entity of all public registry offices in Peru, which to that time had been working in an isolated fashion. The case describes the projects already completed, their respective success and their deployment across the organization’s bureaus across the nation. The Registry Information System (SIR, in Spanish) and the consequent online registry publicity service are worthy of noting. It takes account of the fact that many of these projects were originally initiated in the largest Registry Zone, the former Lima and Callao Registry Office. Moreover, the paper mentions the future challenges faced by SUNARP in its efforts to provide online registration services.

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