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  • Document Management System for the Banking and Financial Sector

    Gone are the days when bankers used to manage thousands of files and folders manually. Most banks are investing in document management systems (DMS) to manage the multitude of documents and organize the document circulation by making the documents indexable and searchable.

    All banks, irrespective of their sizes, have to handle truckloads of documents on a daily basis. The different types of documents that they need to manage and store include signature cards, forms, client applications, financial statements, wealth management documents, loan agreements, financial statements and numerous others.

  • Security Threats – How to avoid them with Document Management Solutions

    With document management solution, government organizations of all sizes can confidently replace their paper documents with something more secure: a centralized repository where they can create, manage, and store all their important information.

    Government agencies all around the world are burdened with the paper-driven processes. Be it managing internal communication, inter-agency communication or communication with citizens, paper documents play an important role. In this age of e-governance, managing paper documents is not only time consuming but increases cost, inefficiency, and security risk.

  • Make Your Educational Institute Go Digital and Paperless with Education ERP

    Colleges and universities can achieve the goal of becoming the paperless institution. Education ERP system has enabled the educational institutions to deliver their educational services beyond institutional walls, while also improving information dissemination, communication, and collaboration both on and off campus.

    The education sector in India has witnessed a massive growth in terms of the number of institutes and students in the past few decades.The associated procedures related to various educational functions like admission, teaching, interaction, and examination have also grown manifold and been streamlined.

  • Government HRMS – How Organizations can Improve the Workplace Communication

    There are several impediments faced by government organizations in their day-to-day functionalities. Lack of employee coordination and communication within an organization has proven to be one such major issue. There might be several causes for this. Either there are conflicts between departments or there is an absence of proper technology that facilitates easy and quick communication. Whatever the reason, such inconsistencies can wreak havoc on the productivity of the organization.

    Workplace communication is the most important factor in employee motivation, productivity, and retention.

  • The Adoption of ERP Software in Healthcare Organizations

    In an environment where the demand and cost of health care services continue to rise, many governments are initiating several reforms aimed at improving the efficiency and the quality of healthcare services provided to patients. A judicious use of information technology (IT) may not only improve the accessibility, quality, and continuity of patient care but may also produce a substantial reduction in the costs associated with treating illnesses, reducing the number of medical errors and increasing health care provider productivity. One such IT-based innovation, namely enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, can provide several benefits to healthcare organizations when it is mindfully implemented.

  • Going Paperless With Human Resources Management System

    It’s well known that the Human Resources department has the pleasure of generating and managing large volumes of records. Over the years, HR professionals have aspired to create a “paperless office” to create, store, and manage all of the employee information in a way that makes it accessible to authorized staff. To go paperless, HR managers have to consider all sorts of accuracy, accessibility, security, and compliance issues.

    Unfortunately, when dealing with paper files, it is inevitable that critical documents are lost or misfiled from time to time.

  • Let’s Transform the Education System Together Through Technology

    Digitalization is bringing a qualitative and quantitative difference in the education sector. Information and Communication Technology is now the principal enabling mechanism by which students assemble, spread ideas and sow economic opportunities. The urban population in India is expected to grow faster by 2030. This will create numerous challenges on the economy and the education system. First is the absolute capacity to deliver education to all sections of our society. The quality of existing educational institutions is another challenge. Technology has the potential to address all these challenges.

  • Indian Higher Education System: What needs to change?

    The higher education system in India largely suffers from poor quality of education due to weak infrastructure and inadequate technologies. Campuses need to be more integrated, student friendly and responsive than ever before. To evolve into a truly agile campus, campuses need to look beyond traditional technology. Information and communications technology (ICT) lets higher education institutions foster eLearning environment while raising computer literacy among their students.

  • Reforms Required within the Government Education System

    Higher Education is an essential determinant in shaping one’s life, skills, personalities, and future. The education sector is growing rapidly and the complexity is near any other sector in the market. To make things worse, the sector competitiveness is increasing and requires a data-driven approach. Universities and colleges in India still follow a traditional approach. They haven’t moved beyond the blackboard method of learning. And because of all this, the students do not get exposure to the practical world. The colleges have not moved ahead of the old fashioned teaching methodology. Clearly, the higher education sector in India is in a crisis.