AIMS Grant Management in Singapore

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AIMS is a grant management software specifically designed for the needs of funding and grantmaking organisations.
Our grant management software is developed by a team with decades of experience in the award management sector. We are committed to supporting innovative and efficient award-making. Our product continues to grow and evolve with market requirements.

We offer a hybrid COTS model, allowing you to configure your solution to suit your needs, without expensive programming or long development periods.

Over the last decade, we have worked with some of the most innovative organisations in Singapore to help enhance and automate their grantmaking processes.

AIMS Grant Management Software in Singapore
Grant Management Software in Singapore Client Quote

“We had a vision of system automation. Since we have started using the AIMS system, we have cut down our grant processing times and we no longer rely on large storage spaces. That is a tremendous help for us. “

General Manager, Mosques Shared Services

Case studies

AIMS client in Singapore e2i

e2i is a tripartite initiative of the National Trades Union Congress set up to support nation-wide manpower and skills-upgrading initiatives.

AIMS has brought the entire e2i ecosystem onto one platform with end-to-end automation of their processes. This has enabled more than 200 internal users with different roles to access the system around the clock. As part of implementation, the AIMS team embedded a third-party BI Software for seamless access to dashboards and reporting for e2i.

So far, the team at e2i have already automated 12 different schemes to disburse grants to an estimated 1,000 companies and 80,000 workers/beneficiaries. This is growing every day!

Established in 1965, the Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday Memorial Scholarship Fund Board (commonly known as LBKM) aims to assist students financially to further their education.

Thanks to AIMS, LBKM’s application form now lists all schools and colleges within Singapore and Malaysia in easy-to-use dropdown lists. This information is obtained from a government website. Once applications have been assessed, LBKM then has a qualification meeting during which they list applications in a sequence of poorest to wealthiest families and allocate their money on this basis. They currently manage one scheme but have 3 calls for primary school, secondary school and third level. There are over 19,000 applications currently being managed by AIMS.

AIMS client in Singapore LBKM
AIMS client in Singapore MUIS

MUIS, also known as the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore, reporting into Prime Minister’s office, was established as a statutory body in 1968 to see and administer all social, religious cultural and educational activities

Multiple large student grant schemes are currently running on AIMS that involve the public and are administered through over 60 Mosques and schools. MUIS has been using AIMS for close to 7 years now and new grant schemes are added to the system, every year.

We work with Mosque-Madrasah-Wakaf Shared Services which is a Shared Services Organisation that delivers operational and technology services to all the key entities under MUIS across Singapore.

Work with our experienced team in Singapore

We have a close relationship with all our clients and our experienced team is ready to speak to you to understand how we can improve all aspects of your grant management. Arnab Chaudhuri leads all our business in the Asia region. Arnab can be reached at [email protected].

For more information on AIMS, please download our brochure below or get in touch with us by filling out the contact form at the bottom of the page. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

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