What are the costs?
OpenCRVS is a free open-source software and available as a Digital Public Good, meaning there are no licence fees to pay. However, there are a number of other costs that need to be considered when evaluating the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of a digital CRVS system. This includes the upfront costs to develop and rollout the system at a National scale, but also the long term costs that will be incurred year-on-year to operate and maintain the system.
Reduce your Total Cost of Ownership
No restrictions on who can deploy and maintain the solution in a country and no ties to specific vendors giving you flexibility to use local talent.
Configurable for use in just a week, you can quickly test in field conditions and assess any additional requirements.
Upskill government and local resources to reduce international resource requirements.
The product runs on any android phone, so low-spec devices or even personal mobile phones can be used.
All patches, fixes and new features are made available at no cost.
New features can be developed by the core product team, minimising your costs for new development.