New Delhi: RailTel Corporation, a PSU under the Ministry of Railways, has secured an important IT work order from Indian Railway Finance Corporation (IRFC), a fellow PSU under the Ministry of Railways for comprehensive computerisation and digitalization of their functionalities with a focus on implementing paperless workflow system. The cost of the project is Rs 20.81 crore plus GST.
The scope of the work includes e-Governance and ERP from single sign in. In addition, it also includes Core Financial, Borrowing, Leasing and Lending and Risk management with a mobile app.
RailTel will also integrate the proposed solution with Email Gateway, SMS Gateway, Payment Gateway, and ERP with Digital Signatures. It will be ensured that the proposed solution is responsive, user-friendly, cross-browser compatible and cross-platform compatible.
The proposed solution is required to be audited by CERT-In empanelled security audit agency as per customer requirements. RailTel will do the design & development of a complete solution with 10-years of maintenance and support.
In addition to implementation, RailTel will also host the application in RailTel’s own cloud with a Disaster Recovery (DR) facility. The project is targeted for completion in nine months.
Talking about it, RailTel’s Chairman & Managing Director (CMD) Aruna Singh said, “RailTel has, by way of expansion, diversification & up-gradation, has now emerged as a prominent ICT provider and one of the largest neutral telecom infrastructure providers in the country. RailTel with over 61,000 Kms of Optic Fiber Network, its two Tier III data centres, MeitY empanelled RailCloud, specialized security operation centre and a team of highly professionally qualified domain experts is uniquely positioned to implement such hi-tech IT jobs. Such work orders are providing regular stream of revenue generation for RailTel. Also, my company will continue to play a pivotal role in the country’s digital transformation activities.”
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