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Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Safal Solutions Pvt Ltd. Subodh Gupta
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Outline Mission Objectives Strategy IT solutions Human resources Institutional tie-up Saral Support Services Process we follow Present clients
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Mission To provide system solutions for small enterprises and institutions, including ones working for rural people, enabling them to work on livelihood enhancement programs effectively.
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Objectives To develop component level software engines to build customized applications that can also be loaded on small devices. To develop information & communication technology (ICT) strategy for small enterprises and institutions and integrating the same in their present and future operations. Develop system infrastructure such as SafalFin, a software product for micro finance, SafalJeevika for livelihood management information system and SafalNet for human resource management and tools of decision support system
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Strategy Collaborate with agencies strong in domain, for joint application development. Application development on low cost handheld devices such as Palm, Simputer, iStation, Thin device. Pilot projects on various technologies such as handheld devices and cell phone Institutional tie up for outreach and marketing
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood IT Solutions SafalFin, - Accounts; SHG Internal finance, credit, deposit and insurnace for MFI SafalPACS – Share, Credit, deposit, Investment, trading of a rural cooperatives SafalJeevika – Agriculture production, Dairy, Tasar, micro enterprises. SafalNet – Modules for management for an institution – planning, budgeting, analysis, integration, HR – Recruitment, Leave, Salary, Apprentices, separation, staff reflection & feedback system SafalNet Health – MIS for rural reproductive and general morbidity management SafalMAP – Powerful presentation tool using Map, query, statistics. SafalTEMS – Safal Terminal Enabling Multiple Services: Terminal and Server modules
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood SafalFin 1.0 Accounting of an Institution (NGOs) Books of accounting Voucher entry Monthly cash flow
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood SafalFin 2.0 SHG internal lending and Bank linkage it tracks loan outstanding and over due of members. Digitized Demand information sheet: it generates demand for compulsory saving and repayment for loan. Such a sheet is used to collect saving and repayment. Financial Ratios – It generates financial ratios such as repayment percentage, financial viability and acid test ratio.
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood SafalFin 3.0 It has micro-finance modules for loan, deposit and insurance (under development). Accounting module to keep all the books of accounts and to produce accounting reports. Automatic accounts entry from MIS. Scalable by using SafalNet to consolidate branch data and present the data for analysis using SafalMAP.
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood SafalPACS (for Cooperative/Federations) Members and share module Deposit and credit modules that help in tracking loan and deposit Stock management module for trading business of PACS Daily accounts using banking norms Borrowings, Investments Monthly reports for head office and branch monitoring
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood SafalJeevika Provides MIS solutions for livelihood programs such as crop production, dairy, silkworm rearing and watershed programs. It has following modules - – Input supply, creates sub depots for keeping the input for distribution to beneficiary. – Collection of produces, creation of pick up schedule. – Sub ledger accounts of beneficiary. – Commission computation for Service providers(SP). – Performance indicators for the SP. – Monthly operational plan and progress Consolidation of various branches using SafalNet.
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood SafalNet Head office consolidation of branch achievements. Define input and output parameters using logframe technique at branches or units for capturing the achievement. Map the input and output parameters with reporting parameters suggested by HO. Planning and budgeting HR modules – recruitment, Apprentices, Salary and leaves System of Individual Reflection and feedback Decision making tools – grouping, overlapping, minimum, maximum, within range etc
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood SafalNet Health Health infrastructure in District ANC and PNC data on regular basis Consolidation of data at Taluka level Monitoring of health indicators especially IMR and MMR from any where MIS for health awareness building program Impact analysis
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood SafalMAP Presentation tools that can be combined with any Safal IT solutions and Power point of Microsoft. It has inbuilt analysis tools for average, median and standard deviation, max, min or range. Import data from excel sheet (Optional). Export report to excel sheet( Optional).
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood SafalTEMS Terminal enabling multiple services – Accounts for the operator – Customer registration – Register buyers – Content management module – Add content to the Server – Local database development – SafalJeevika, SafalFin and SafalMap
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Process we follow Client states problems/ requirement 1-2 days discussion with key people and visit to see the operation and then restate the requirement in specific term and sign MOU for work System study/analysis to define formats for report, data entry, business rules, data flow architecture; finalize the same after discussion Pick up components based on requirement and package them into broad set (IT product), identify the new modules and change in the existing module
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Statement, database table, user interface screens, validations, reports, flow chart for each module Coding, testing, integrating Alpha testing at Hyd Beta testing in the client place and data Uploading of opening balance and required past data Training, user manual Support for a year
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Institutional tie ups Company has three institutional tie ups with far reaching implications – -BASIX – Chief IT consultant; Collaboration for SafalFin and SafalPACS -Saral Services – For setting up Saral Support Services to support clients of Safal Solutions; -Symphony Technology – Training of technical staff and supporting eastern operation from Jamshedpur
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Pilot and research projects Company initiated pilot and research projects – -Transaction capturing using handheld – Simputers, Analogic systems, Palm -IVR for communication -Communication systems
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Human Resource 25 Full time Professionals – 15 MCA/Btech developers – 5 testing/ Field service team – 4 Integrators – 1 Accountant and Administrator 4 senior consultants experienced in – Information and communication technology. – Micro finance sector with more than 15 years of banking experience.
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Present clients Safal Solutions, registered in 2002, has the following renowned institutions as its valuable clients: – 60 NGOs promoted credit cooperatives (MACS, Section 25 Company) – District Cooperative Central Bank, Bidar. – Professional Assistant for Development Action (PRADAN), New Delhi. (55 locations) – BASIX, Hyderabad. – PRAWARDA, NGO, Bidar. (3 locations) – Sabala, Bijapur, KAWARD and Ibtada (15 locations) – GRAM, Nizamabad – Deepak Charitable Trust, Baroda and YFA
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Board Subodh Gupta, Chairman and Managing Director, Safal Solutions, Secunderabad. Dr. P. J. Narayanan, Professor, International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad. K. V. Harsha, CTO, Prodigy Lab, Bangalore.
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Subodh Gupta Subodh graduated from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur in Computer Science & Engineering and worked in Research and Development department of ORG Systems, Baroda for developing system software for two years. Subsequently, Subodh developed planning and monitoring application software for Integrated Rural Development Program (IRDP) for Government of India in Thereafter, he lead a team of professionals for livelihood development programs in Rajasthan and Jharkhand of a not for profit organization, Professional Assistance for Development Action (PRADAN) for 14 years. In 1999, Subodh went to US on Hubert Humphrey Fellowship for a year. In US, he studied Micro enterprises, Development and Finance at Cornell University. After returning from US, he worked as independent consultant for developing Information and Communication Technology (ICT) applications in the field of Micro finance for Bhartiya Samruddhi Finance Ltd., (BASIX) and KBS Local Area Bank. In Dec. 2002, Safal Solutions was launched.
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Dr. P. J. Narayana Dr. Narayanan graduated from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur in Computer Science & Engineering in 1984 and obtained his Ph. D in Computer Science from University of Maryland, USA in He was also research faculty member for 4 years at the Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA. Dr. Narayanan has worked for software company, CMC and Center for Artificial Intelligence & Robotics, DRDO at Bangalore. Currently, Dr. Narayanan is Associate Professor in International Institute for Information Technology, Hyderabad. Dr. Narayanan has presented several papers in national and international conferences and has several publications to his credit. He received the Yokogawa reward for the best application paper in the area of Intelligent Systems.
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood K. V. Harsha Harsha graduated in Electronics and Communication Engineering in He has worked as Design Engineer in System Controls; designed PC-Add on cards and developed software for the cards. He worked in Parekh Micro-Electronics as Design Engineer responsible for development of various embedded consumer appliances. He also worked as Application Engineer at Excel point Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd and was responsible for rendering nationwide design support for all micro controller based on Microchip, Temic and Samsung. Thereafter, he worked as Software Engineer and as General Manager (R&D) in IPCell Technology (I) Pvt. Ltd where he was responsible for managing the development of iStation, a low cost handheld device for sending without PC. Currently, Harsha is managing the technology division of Prodigy labs Pvt. Ltd. based at Bangalore, as Chief Technology Officer.
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood System architecture Teller Branch Manager Branch OMIS Information Kiosk Handheld
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Down load data When needed On dial up line Branch OMIS Balance sheet P&L Trail Balance Ledger Vouchers Kiosk application: Model II Information Kiosk
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Smart Card of the borrower Authorization Code Defines Limits Credit limit Credit limit balance Branch OMIS Daily transaction For remittance Handheld Device Model II
Systems Automation in Finance and Livelihood Benefit package Executives (IT Solutions) – Trainee/Probation Rs – Rs – Review once in three months (optional) Sr. Executive – BASIC - Rs Rs. 8000, HRA – 20%, Medical – 250, Incentive – 25% (Rs. 8, ,000) Solutions Leader – CTC – 2 – 2.5 lac Solutions Manager/ IT Head – CTC – 3-4 lac
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