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Branch level banking application specially developed for District Central Co-operative Banks, Rural Banks VOL-TBA is a user friendly online bank automation solution meant to automate the front and back office activities of a bank. It offers a full path of technology upgrade for non-computerised banks. Tailor made to meet all needs of the Bank Over 450 standard and statutory reports with some useful reports in local language Round the clock support by trained support engineers District level centers for after sales service Implemented in 4 DCC Banks for more than 200+ branches and helped these banks deliver faster and more efficient services to the customer
Host Base Core Banking Solution VOL-CBS Core Banking Platform is a feature-rich solution that addresses the critical need for a scalable, flexible, secure and customer centric core-banking platform. It is built with the anytime-anywhere customer in mind. VOL-CBS Banking Platform support saving, current and overdraft accounts as well as different types of time deposits. Front office functions relating to teller and customer relationships are supported, as are back-office functions such as clearing, fund transfer. Standing orders VOL-CBS covered all functionality available at VOL-TBA module.
VOL-AWM product is technically well sound and proven and the said project turns to be viable alternative solution to the present need of clients for any branch banking. This product is so designed that it can be easily integrated with the ATM within the preference of rural banking and fulfills the requirements of Kisan Credit Cards and at the same time it is much cost effective The VOL-AWM system does not involve much capital or revenue expenditure on the DCC's part. In fact it opens another direct source of revenue for the bank. The system will also benefit the bank indirectly The concept and project is appreciated by NABARD The VOL-AWM system enables Kisan Credit Card scheme of NABARD The VOL-AWM system is considered by NABARD for Financial Inclusion
Able to set basic structure of the Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Account and trial balance Reconciles all the data transferred from branch to the HO and from other banks Report Level Consolidation to generate-critical MIS and RBI reports Clearing consolidation and ECS with clearing system interface Share Module with various reports and calculation Payroll Module Investment Module Loan Disbursement Module
An electronic document management system involves storing documents digitally, capturing both image and text. Once this is done, users can then retrieve information easily using a PC. Electronically converted documents, for example, can be archived immediately and readily accessed by anyone who may require the information, reducing the need for multiple hard copies and speeding up the delivery of these documents to departments. Document management systems also offer the opportunity to streamline procedures through the management of work queues. The principal objective of this product is the acquisition of hardware and software that will allow the client to introduce document imaging, management and work flow. The project would be to identify and purchase suitable scanning equipment, document retrieval and work flow management software and secondly to implement electronic document management system. Document Management provides a set of technologies that can be applied to different business processes. As part of this project it is anticipated that one of the outcomes would be to identify the issues and implications of implementing these systems on a large scale across the Government of Maharashtra departments.