Newgen and CSIR awarded one of the best e-Governance projects at eWorld Jury Choice Awards 2012
The winner of the "eWorld Jury Choice Award" in the category of the "Best e-Governance Initiative using New Age Technologies".
- (1888PressRelease) June 20, 2012 - Newgen Software Technologies Limited, a leading global provider of Business Process Management (BPM), Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Customer Communication Management (CCM) announced that Newgen's CSIR deployment for "Automation of Lab Administration Processes" has been declared the winner of the "eWorld Jury Choice Award" in the category of the "Best e-Governance Initiative using New Age Technologies".
Under their e-governance initiative CSIR have automated enterprise processes on Newgen's eGov platform that have enabled (a) interoperability for the exchange of information and documents related for various transactions and (b) presentation of applicable policies, decisions in the context of relevant process flows.
While accepting the award Dr K Jayakumar (Joint Secretary), said, "The Enterprise application that has been designed and implemented in CSIR facilitates the performance of 46 different roles across 174 processes that have been integrated seamlessly across various functional domains. The software solution architecture is a highly evolved mature framework that encompasses the nuances of complex business rules, role adaptation, dynamic allocation of tasks with capabilities for flexible customization of workflows and features that help in the transformation embracing an electronic work culture with the use of eFiles and ePapers."
On behalf of Newgen Software, Mr Hareish Gur, Vice President (Asia Pacific), who received the award, said "It is a proud moment for us to be recognized by the eWorld Jury for our work at CSIR. Newgen is putting India on the world map through its innovative eGov Solutions as our software is being used by government organizations in multiple countries across the world."
CSIR wanted to undertake an organizational level transformation in which most of the document based work would be converted into electronic workflows with minimal involvement of physical document movement.