The Argentine company dedicated to the development of customized technology solutions designed a mobile application for the Professional Bar Association of Capital Federal (CPACF) with the aim of optimizing the daily transactions of its members.

Some time ago, the Bar was virtually closed. When the new authorities reopened it, they prioritized the modernization of its processes. Siltium was the partner chosen to carry out this task.

The company created an innovative communication channel that currently allows the professionals who make up this entity to quickly access their digital credentials and manage the payment of their registration fees directly from their mobile devices, using various payment methods.

Through the system, they can consult a wide range of case law, academic publications, and an extensive online library catalog, in addition to tools that facilitate the calculation of amounts and other operations related to the practice of law.

“Today, the app is a reality, which is a huge step forward within the reach of each member’s phone,” said Ricardo Gil Lavedra, re-elected president of the organization that brings together the lawyers of Buenos Aires.

To encourage interaction and networking among colleagues, users also have the option of completing their profiles with contact information and social networks. They can also book appointments for coworking or to carry out procedures at the National Registry of Persons (RENAPER) and the Government Administration of Public Revenues (AGIP).

This development brings lawyers closer to the Bar by keeping them informed of the benefits and courses available for their professional continuing education.

By integrating essential services on a single platform, it streamlines processes, saves time and improves connectivity among members of the legal community.

The new CPACF application is not only a technological tool, but also a bridge to a more interactive professional management adapted to the current needs of lawyers in the federal capital city.