Software de gestión administrativa de seguridad social para cooperativas de trabajo asociados y empresas afines
Valencia Bonilla, Walter
Lozada Gutiérrez, John Jairo
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The Associated Labor Cooperatives (CTA), are defined as “non-profit associative companies, which link the personal work of their associates and their economic contributions for the production of goods, execution of works, or the provision of services in a self-managed way” (Farné, 2008, p, 262). Within the framework of Law 100, they are the means by which independents make contributions to the Comprehensive Social Security System, which is done manually, which generates errors in the individual liquidation of each contributor, such as errors of personal data, double payments for the same user, user payments without receiving the respective advance collection, making user contributions to the wrong EPS and AFP and making payments for greater value or less value. The article consists of the development of an Integral Social Security Management and Administration System for the adequate liquidation of social security contributions called “SISSI” “Information System on Integral Social Security”. The methodology used for the development of “SISSI” is “XP” (Extreme Programming), it is a software development discipline based on simplicity, communication, feedback and continuous refactoring of code, which involves the end and maximum user Group work. Before the implementation of “SISSI” when evaluating 3 companies with a monthly average of 100 affiliated contributors, an average of 13% of errors in individual settlements were presented, generating cost overruns and administrative reprocesses, then reduced the margin of error to 2% in its operations, with a benefit of 92% for the use of the “SISSI”.