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Add P3rform's integrated payment mechanism to existing PPP projects

Retrofitting P3rform payment mechanism software to existing PPP contracts provides the opportunity to optimise technology to identify and address problem areas in order to create efficiencies and deliver complete transparency and auditability among all stakeholders.

SWG has extensive expertise in reviewing existing PPP contracts and retrofitting integrated payment mechanism solutions where one did not previously exist, in order to:

  • Identify and address problems in the existing contract operations
  • Review and clean existing data
  • Create efficiencies in maintenance and service provision
  • Review energy consumption and improve sustainability practices
  • Re-examine and apply more rigorous financial auditing
  • Reassess new technology to enable cost effective and enhanced efficacy

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