Analysts, government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) all agree that financial inclusion is a key means to revive growth in the Indian economy. NIC embarked on this journey two years ago. The Cooperative Core Banking Solution (CCBS) on Windows Server
2008 R2, SQL Server 2008R2 and ASP.Net 3.5 enables State Cooperative Banks (SCBs), District Central Cooperative Banks (DCCBs) and Primary Agricultural Cooperative Societies (PACSs) to disburse payments to beneficiaries at the grassroots level. CCBS adheres
to the RBI guidelines. The banks also gain from a centralized solution that delivers more control, secures data in real time and reduces costs. Most importantly, it helps banks provide better service to their customers such as ATMs and NEFT/RTGS.
The Yaroslavl region, comprising of 290 institutions and covering the executive and local government bodies needed to enhance collaboration and efficiency. To this end, it implemented an inter-agency electronic communications developed by TOPS Consulting
and powered by Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. This technical solution is part of the regional integrated information system known as \u0026quot;State Services - Yaroslavl region\u0026quot; (RIIS SS-YR). The system currently has 800 users.
Faced with widely different aging PBX systems across 15 locations, and budgetary challenges in the face of increasing workloads, New Zealand’s National Institute for Water \u0026amp; Atmospheric Research (NIWA) seized the opportunity to dramatically increase productivity
by improving communication and collaboration among their 650 staff and external associates by implementing Microsoft Lync Server 2013 with Enterprise Voice.
IT staff at Bundesagentur für Arbeit (BA), the Federal Employment Agency of Germany, relied on a central console application to quickly report datacenter incidents. Yet staff had no insight into how it was performing. BA solved this problem with an application
performance monitoring solution in Microsoft System Center 2012 R2, which improved the console’s reporting from seconds to near real time so that it can adhere better to service level agreements.
New South Wales in eastern Australia is the country’s most populous state with over 7 million inhabitants. It also houses the country’s most famous and largest city—Sydney. Highly attuned to customer feedback regarding services, the government of New South
Wales prioritised delivering services for residents and businesses as efficiently as possible.
After a magnitude 6.3 earthquake devastated Christchurch, New Zealand, 300 Regional Council employees had no place to work. IT staff remotely deployed Microsoft Lync to employee desktops and laptops enabling them to collaborate from their homes and temporary
offices via video meetings and shared desktops. As a result, the Regional Council coped with a vastly increased workload, re-routing public transport through shattered streets and arranging disposal for millions of tons of demolition waste.
“Users now find it more convenient to call Lync whether they are at their desks or on the move. Individual member data will be organized and linked to Active Directory for better use of Lync. When the work is done, all the employees now scattered all over
the country, will be virtually connected via Lync, working as if they were in the same place,\u0026quot;
An MMAA C\u0026amp;C official
The Fair Work Ombudsman of the Australian government was struggling with the demands of Project Management process and compliance activities due to working with several siloed Line-of-Business (LOB) systems. Taking advantage of existing investments in SharePoint
and SAP, Artis Group implemented a suite of integrated functions which both mirror the work practices of Fair Work Ombudsman, and embodies their Project Management Methodologies.
Argeș Country Council was frequently experiencing email and IT issues because of outdated technology. It needed a solution that was user-friendly, easy to maintain, cost-effective as well as improve public administration. By implementing a cloud solution
using Office 365, it achieved all their objectives, along with increasing their effectiveness and productivity.
The Tanzania Revenue Authority implemented an online payment system for payment of motor vehicle taxes. As a result it sees revenue collection climb as tax payers find it easier to make their payments with the 24/7 online payment service.