Directive Communication Systems Receives 2017 World Summit Award
ventureLAB company Directive Communication Systems (DCS) will travel to the World Summit Congress in Vienna on March 20, 2018 to receive the prestigious 2017 World Summit Award. As the only Canadian winner from over 400 nominations in 180 countries, DCS will be honoured with the award for innovation in Smart Settlements and Urbanization.
“We are honored by this award and proud to represent Canada as one of the next generation of digital innovations in the category of Smart Settlements and Urbanization at the World Summit Awards,” said Lee Poskanzer, Founder and CEO of DCS.
“With the explosive growth in personal digital assets and online accounts, our vision was to deliver a lawful, effective and secure way for estate professionals and individuals to organize and protect these essential assets with personal directives to ensure a comprehensive estate planning solution with the added benefit of reducing ID theft and fraud.”
The World Summit Award is a fifteen-year strong global initiative that sources and promotes innovative applications from all over the world that have a positive impact on society. More than 180 countries participate in the WSA in an effort to celebrate and emphasize the importance of locally developed products on a global stage.
DCS has received ongoing mentorship and guidance from ventureLAB to raise capital for the company. The DCS solution is a digital asset and directives service that works to protect the unique needs of today’s online accounts and assets. DCS helps individuals, estate professionals, fiduciaries and website owners to navigate the dense and sometimes complicated facets of digital estate management. The company has a proven track record of preventing lost accounts and ID theft and fraud to an estate.
DCS is the first and only technology based solution that streamlines digital asset and online account directives management. Technology has made lives easier, however, for estate professionals, its added new and significant challenges. The average person has over 130 accounts including financial, social media, email, cloud based storage, ecommerce, crytocurrency and many more! Its easy for digital property and information to be hidden, lost or forgotten. Personal Representatives must identify and evaluate accounts for assets needing to be passed on to heirs. Legal professionals face a large and intricate maze of privacy policies, account holder agreements and governmental statutes. DCS facilitates the process for ALL stakeholders with a platform that captures individuals accounts and directives. When called upon, DCS communicates final wishes to site owners, complying with site owner Terms of Service Agreements and existing laws. DCS also provides site owners a service to manage their proprietary page.
Learn more about how DCS is working to protect digital assets and prevent identity fraud.