Over its many years of operation, the level of automation in India Post’s rural post offices significantly lagged India’s general banking standards. In 2008, Project Arrow was launched by India Post to upgrade the aesthetics and technology standards of its post offices to meet today’s expectations. Project Arrow set the stage for the core banking transformation project that was to follow, a project aimed at driving financial inclusion through the use of a modern CBS platform.
overall Clearly, India Post needed a new CBS platform that would unify its millions of accounts across the postal system, provide room for growth in the future, and extend modern digital banking services beyond the current limits of the urban and affluent customers of the banking system.
Single integrated system
Single Integrated system replaced 56 varied and soiled applications used in head office and in the field
Real time core system
India Post is the largest single financial institution in the world running on a real-time banking solution
New online and mobile banking applications were introduced in early 2017
Allowed to support a number of government-sponsored social welfare schemes
More efficient and effective operation of the existing banking services and paper based and manual work reduction
Grew deposits by more than 450 billion INR in 6 months
Improvement in manpower planning through improved and timely administrative services & accurate employee information
Easy and secure data storage and retrieval system
Inventory & management
Efficiencies in Inventory management and Procurement Instant and easy MIS to report and do analytical researches