The Department of Justice & Public Safety is inviting participation of local business owners in the development of a new online corporate and business names registry system for Prince Edward Island.
The online registry will replace our existing paper-based system. The design objective of the new system is to streamline regulatory interaction with government. Specifically, the new system will is designed to enable business users (and/or their professional agents) to conduct all their corporate/business name registry transactions and filings online – anywhere, anytime.
To assist in the design process, we are inviting attendees to a one-on-one ‘user experience session’ with an independent (non-government) facilitator. During the session, business users will explore aspects of the on-line registry in a test-based environment. The facilitator will guide the process. No advance preparation is required.
The facilitator will make observations and ask questions as attendees navigate the system. The objective is to identify how users interact with the system. Business user participation will provide valuable information that will be used to influence remaining design work.
The time commitment is one session, one hour in length. Sessions will generally be scheduled during business hours (8:30 am – 4:00 pm). Sessions will generally be held at The Department of Justice and Public Safety’s Head Office on Rochford Street, Charlottetown and may be recorded. Please note – off-site and/or evening sessions can be accommodated.
Sessions will be scheduled the week of June 26. Please reply to Terry Bramwell: firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, please feel free to specify if you have a particular session date and timing preference during the week of June 26th. Additional information will be provided to those who have indicated an interest in participating.