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1 Slide No. 1/17 What the market offers – An overview of MIS-solutions available from Indian and international IT vendors By Upendra Singh Presentation for RMEP, Aug 2008, Pune

2 Slide No. 2/17 1.Evolution of technology 2.MIS profiles of Indian MFIs 3.IT vendors and their products 4.Reporting Tools Presentation Outline

3 Slide No. 3/17 Evolution of Technology Evolution of technology in an organization can be classified on the basis of their functionality and the time of entry into the organization TechnologyTime of Entry Into the Institution Primary Functionality Information System Technologies (MIS) First form of technology in any organization Data and information recording and reporting POS TechnologiesSecond level of intervention after information systems, provides additional functionality Increasing operational efficiency, maximizing outreach, reducing costs Integration Technologies Introduced in large organizations that are on growth plateau and Usually leverage POS techno - logies Integrating organizational processes and systems through shared platforms: MIS, POS, and networking technologies

4 Slide No. 4/17 Evolution of Technology  Information System Technologies (MIS)  The basic technology building block for an MFI  Point of Sale/Service technologies (POS)  The MIS platform provides the supporting infrastructure for POS  POS in the microfinance context is the point where financial services are exchanged between the client and the financial institution  Technologies such as palmtops, personal digital assistants (PDAs), smart cards, biometrics, and mobile banks

5 Slide No. 5/17 Evolution of Technology  Integration Technology  Build upon an institution’s existing Infrastructure and aim to provide networking solutions and a common integrated platform.  MFIs will also have found the balance between an optimum level of technology infrastructure and institutional capacity  Having a Central Information Bureau form of integration technology that brings all partner MFIs under one information system umbrella, leading to cost sharing and facilitating process standardization

6 Slide No. 6/17 MIS profile of Indian MFI’s  Tier I  Manual / rudimentary paper based MIS systems  No IT team  To identify vendors for suitable MIS systems  Tier II  Automated/semi –automated systems (Excel and Access based).  Does not completely meet the requirements, Small IT team  Stabilizing MIS systems to meet organizational growth requirements

7 Slide No. 7/17 MIS profile of Indian MFI’s  Tier III  Well developed, sturdy automated, computer based MIS systems that meets all requirements.  Systems designed/co-developed by in house IT team or IT vendor  Dedicated IT teams, usually  Upgrading MIS systems to enable superior technologies

8 Slide No. 8/17 IT vendors and their products Name of Organization : Atyati Technologies, Bangalore Product Name : Ganaseva Key Features :  Complete suite of banking products features supported  Operable with or without smartcard, Device could be static (PC ) or mobile(Laptop \PDA\Smartphone Name of Organization : Force Ten Technologies, Kolkata Product Name : BIJLI ( Business Information Justified & Logically Integrated ) Software & Hardware Requirements : Visual Basic, SQL Server 2005, Crystal Reports 9x Key Features :  Accounting and portfolio tracking integrated system can be On line or Off line  Backup and recovery module guides for back up and recovery  Reports at every level Branch,Credit officer,center, group  The HO module will automatically consolidate all or selected branches and generate reports dynamically,

9 Slide No. 9/17 IT vendors and their products Name of Organization : Cranes Software International Ltd, Bangalore Product Name : BRmfo & BR.NET Software & Hardware Requirements : Windows Server System 2003,GUI: VB6,Report: Crystal Report 9x, RDBMS: SQL Server 2000/2005, ASP.NET, C#, jscript,Report: Crystal Report 11x Key Features :  Accounting and Portfolio systems are integrated in our BRmfo  Disk mirroring is possible with server setup  Off-the-shelf with scope for customization  History details for selected master/transaction information  BRmfo can take back-up on every EOD process Name of Organization : Gradatim IT Ventures India Pvt Ltd, Bangalore Product Name : MF RESOLVE Software & Hardware Requirements : ASP model and for data storage IBM severs are used, PINPOINT, Windows Server System 2003, SQL Server 2000/2005

10 Slide No. 10/17 IT vendors and their products Key Features :  Fully customizable to suit customer requirements  Through report engine on request as it uses a PIN POINT for report generation  Backend infrastructure is built to handle failover,if one server fails, we have RAID system to handle the transactions Name of Organization : Sathguru Management & Consultants Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad Product Name : Delphix Enterprise Solution for Micro Finance Industries Software & Hardware Requirements : Developer 2000, Oracle Discoverer 9i, Oracle 8i/10g, Windows Server System 2003 Key Features :  Following five modules Operations ; Financial Management ; Human Resources Management ;Payroll ; Head Office Consolidation  Accounting and Portfolio systems are integrated  Insurance Accounting & Members Accounting

11 Slide No. 11/17 IT vendors and their products Name of Organization : Jayam Solutions Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad Product Name : Financial Information & Monitoring Organizer(FIMO) Software & Hardware Requirements :Visual Basics,SQL server,Crystal Reports 9x, Windows Server System 2003 Key Features :  Integrated accounting package built on CGAP's guidelines on accounting principles  Management can specify the permission levels for various users  Following modules Institutions,Manager,Members,HRM,MIS,Accounts, Utilities,Report  Incremental & full backup of database Name of Organization : Kredits,USA Product Name : loan and savings information management Software & Hardware Requirements : Visual Basics,SQL server,Crystal Reports9x,MsAccess

12 Slide No. 12/17 IT vendors and their products Key Features :  supports both lending and savings transaction management  runs on stand-alone PCs under a free, run-time version of Microsoft Access,  powerful reporting and data export capabilities  credit scoring module to analyze the risk Name of Organization : Safal Solutions (P) Ltd, Hyderabad Product Name : SafalFin3.0(MFI Model ) / SafalFin2.0(SHG Model) Software & Hardware Requirements : Microsoft Windows 98/XP/2000, Microsoft Access 97/2000,.Net, delhpi, crystal reports, PHP, SQL server Key Features :  monitors internal member saving and loans  provision for all books of accounts at group, cluster & federation levels  tracks borrowings from commercial banks with calculation of interest payable to borrowers  validate complete process of loan application, sanction, disbursement and collection of loan repayment.

13 Slide No. 13/17 IT vendors and their products for Financial Inclusion Name of Organization : Coromandel Infotech India Limited,Chennai Product Name : Smart Connect Software & Hardware Requirements : Java as the front end and MySQL as database, Jasper reporting tool is used for reports, Struts, Hibernate, Hand Held Terminals, Smart Cards Key Features :  Smart Connect provides an efficient vehicle to reach the unreached to achieve the goal of financial inclusion  Three types of backup of data incremental,differential & full  full backup of data stores all files and folders, frequent full backups result in faster &simpler restore operations  uses finnacle for core banking operations  prints receipt for every transaction executed at the field  authenticates clients using smart cards

14 Slide No. 14/17 IT vendors and their products for Financial Inclusion Name of Organization : A Little World,Mumbai Product Name : Zero Software & Hardware Requirements : Nokia (NFC mobile), NXP Semiconductors (RFID), Sagem Securite (Biometrics), SmartTrust (WIB application) Key Features :  voice prompts during enrolment and transactions  printout of each transaction using a thermal printer  bluetooth connectivity used for connecting the field devices with mobile at field  Mobile phone used for opening accounts on-the-spot by local CSP, accounting & portfolio tracking integrated Name of Organization : Eko India Financial Services Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi Product Name : SimpliBank Banking Platform Software & Hardware Requirements : Built using J2EE, MySQL, Linux Servers

15 Slide No. 15/17 IT vendors and their products for Financial Inclusion Key Features :  backup levels RAID 1  weekly full and daily incremental EOD reconciliation with the Core Banking platform of the bank  accounting and portfolio tracking Name of Organization : FINO, Mumbai Product Name : Biometric Enabled Multi- Application Smart Cards Software & Hardware Requirements : Biometric Cards, customized terminal application Key Features :  Supports savings, fixed deposit, remittances, loans & recurring deposits  Built around cutting edge Core Banking Solution (CBS)

16 Slide No. 16/17 IT vendors and their products for Financial Inclusion Key Features :  Smart Cards holds transaction history  Requires only a smart card reading device and a fingerprint sensor at any point of transaction.  Supports both online & offline transactions

17 Slide No. 17/17 Reporting Tools  Crystal Reports  business intelligence application used to design and generate reports from a wide range of data sources  use it to select specific rows and columns from a table of compatible data  data sources include Sybase,IBM DB2, MS Access,SQL server, Oracle,MySQL,XML & text files  easily access, analyze and generate reports from data gathered  lowers the ongoing cost for IT support required  Easy to learn & implement.

18 Slide No. 18/17 Reporting Tools  Oracle 9i Discoverer  provides flexible access to business information, helping companies satisfying their organization's ever evolving reporting needs  use it to select specific rows and columns from a table of compatible data  Knowledge of SQL for creating and maintaing database objects and to store,retrieve, and manipulate data

19 Slide No. 19/17 Reporting Tools  Jasper Reports  Open source reporting library that can be embedded into any Java application.  Supports many chart layouts, such as Pie, Bar, Stacked Bar, Line, Area, Scatter Plot, Bubble, and Time series.  Additional data sources can be added using pluggings-JRQueyExecutor  No license fee  Java & SQL training is required  Used in Java-enabled applications, including J2EE or Web applications

20 Slide No. 20/17 Reporting Tools  PINPOINT report  Integrated suite of Data Warehouse, Decision Support, Reporting & Report Distribution software  "Drill down" analysis can be performed at any time without constraint  Non-technical users can easily access, analyze and generate reports  Easily access, analyze and generate reports from data gathered  Lowers the ongoing cost for IT support required  Deployed on Unix, Linux and Windows servers using thin client or web access using desktop, laptop or hand held computers

21 Slide No. 21/17 Thank you very much for your attention Upendra Singh, Sa-Dhan


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