Case Study Fnath
The association relies on Axelor’s Low-code platform to dematerialize its data
Henri Allambret – Director General of the FNATH and holder of the mandate of Secretary General
The only association representing all victims of work-related accidents and illnesses at the national level and recognized as being of public utility, FNATH, created in 1921, acts on a daily basis to alert civil society to the excesses of occupational health and the citizenship of disabled people, and also plays a role in raising awareness of the issues of access to care for all.
In 2022, it is present throughout France and has 100,000 members in 40 departmental or interdepartmental structures, representing over 800 local sections.
When a person joins or renews his or her membership in the FNATH, the fee is paid to the local section, which then passes the information on to the Department, which then passes the information on to the Federation. By multiplying the levels, the processing times were long and it was extremely complicated to obtain an up-to-date list of members at any given time. Similarly, the collection of fees and the breakdown of the amount between the different levels was a real problem.
Faced with these complications, FNATH decided to equip itself with an ergonomic, easy-to-use and high-performance ERP and CRM system that could be linked directly to member data.
The new solution had to allow the management of the member file, to produce documents and send them easily, to manage the collection of contributions, even those paid by bank transfer or by direct debit, and to propose a method of payment by bank card on the federation’s website. Finally, the new system was to allow for the management of the distribution of dues between the different FNATH bodies.
Once the Axelor solution has been chosen, FNATH will transfer all its data to the new platform. To do this, Axelor will provide a transfer form, including the steps to follow. And in less than 6 months, all the data will be imported into Axelor.
Then, the FNATH will rely on Axelor to train its volunteers and employees to use the platform.
Axelor’s consultants will organize 8 departmental training sessions, taking into account all the levels and needs of the FNATH.
For the local sections, the FNATH trainers will learn how to define the different access authorizations, between the consultation of the data only, the possibility to intervene only on the file of members of the local section. In addition, the training participants will learn how to use Axelor from their smartphone.
From a departmental and federal point of view, beyond the classic use of the Axelor platform, the participants will learn all the subtleties of the solution for the legal treatment of the cases transmitted to the FNATH by its members, from the taking in charge of the file to its conclusion, through a precise and real time follow-up.
Beyond the simple management of member files, Axelor allows the FNATH to carry out targeted mailings to its members and to produce precise statistics.
Moreover, thanks to Axelor’s Low-code platform, FNATH has been able to optimize the quality of its reception, by integrating the legal follow-up of its members’ files.
From a legal point of view, Axelor has enabled FNATH to set up a legal consultation platform on its website, allowing the federation’s 100,000 members to ask questions, submit documents (including complex ones) and obtain an answer within 48 hours. This means that 20,000 cases per year are managed in an optimal way by the federation through Axelor.
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