The Liberia Business Registry has launched a modern website and an online application for effective and efficient service delivery.
The two services were launched Wednesday, July 3, 2019 in the conference hall of the registry which is located at the corner of Front & Nelson Streets in Monrovia.
When logged on, the online website provides different kinds of corporate registration information and can help tax payers directly apply for certificates and Articles of Incorporation with a user account.
An LBR release says, Registrar General Samson Dee told attendees at the launch, he hopes the new digital service will help significantly reduce the time limit for establishing business in the country.
“People from Pleebo, Nimba, Lofa and all far to reach areas will no longer have to commute to Monrovia, and bear the cost of transportation and accommodation just to get registered or obtain Articles of Incorporation.
According him, the idea is targeted limiting timeframe by using innovative technological advancement to enhance service delivery through reduced human interaction.
Registrar General Dee thanked His Excellency President George Weah for establishing the Business Climate Working Group which informed the establishment of the Website and online Application.
He committed to the audience that he has designed a robust media and public affairs strategy to provide information the usage of the website.
Scores of top level government officials attended Wednesday’s launch and lauded the administration of LBR for what they described a step forward to a bigger opening of the Liberian Business Investment Climate.
The Chief Launcher of the Website- Deputy Information Minister Boakai Fofana said the initiative is a testament that the CDC government is committed to its declaration that Liberia is opened for business.
The CEO of the Millennium Challenge Compact Liberia Office- Monie R. Captan called for a clearly defined financial sustainability plan to continuously make the two platforms usable for the public.
Acting Commerce Minister-Wilfred Bangura, Deputy LRA Commissioner- Dekontee King-Sackie and the President of the Liberia National Bar Association and others attended the launch of the LBR website and online application.