Indian Banks: Looking for Alternative Technologies


Code : COM0067

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Industry : Banking, Insurance and Financial Services

Region : India

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Banking Technology Application in India In the early 1980s the very first step towards automation of banks took place in India with the Rangarajan Committee Report, which elucidated guidelines for total bank automation. But the computerisation that followedwas confined only to intra-branch until the early 1990s when real inter bank information sharing took place in banks. Private banks like ICICI and HDFC forayed into banking arena with huge investments in information technology with a clearmotive to provide banking services atminimal cost...

Banking Technologies for Rural India "Recent studies indicate that the actual level of non-performing assets (NPAs) in the rural sector is less than elsewhere (urban sector), and this coupledwith the low cost of operations, less expensive labour, infrastructure, cost of living, and so on make Rural India an attractive market"...

The Road Ahead "The entry of new private sector banks with the state-of-the-art technology and lean structures has forced the old private sector and public-sector banks to respond to the new challenges with aggressive restructuring measures. The past five years (1999-2004) have seen the public sector banks rapidly introducing new products and services, computerising and networking key branches, rationalizing manpower and launch a number of initiatives to improve operating efficiencies"...

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