Oracle Preferred for e-Gov Projects

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Hyderabad: Continuing its success of supporting governments across the world, Oracle India sees rapid momentum in the government sector, with more and more governments and government agencies investing in Oracle technology and solutions.

The company has emerged as a key partner for various e-governance initiatives in India with its iGovernment technology and has been awarded multiple contracts from various government departments and agencies to modernize their IT infrastructure, increase efficiency and transparency and transform service delivery. These include tax, treasury, defense, utilities/ smart cities, municipalities, road transport and railways, police among others.More than 20 states already use the technology to offer citizen services.

Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC), Commercial Tax Dept (Govt. of Rajasthan), Chennai Metro Water, Center for eGovernance (Govt. of Karnataka), Delhi State Spatial Infrastructure (DSSDI), Assam PWD, West Bengal Central School Service Commission, RajComp Information Services Ltd., Mishra Dhatu Nigam Ltd (MIDHANI), Haryana Treasury, Kalyan Dombivili Municipal Corporation, Indian Railways, Dept. of IT & Communication (Govt. of Rajasthan), Indian Institute of Management (Lucknow), Assam University have all selected Oracle iGovernment to better serve citizens and businesses in India.

“Oracle iGovernment has transformed the dynamics of IT deployment in governments,” said Ashish Gupta, Director, Government-Education Applications, Oracle India. “It provides an innovative technology foundation that allows governments to improve efficiency, reduce costs, increase transparency, and become more responsive to current and future mandates. Many government agencies are already in the process of transforming their computing systems to better serve citizens.”

The company offers technology and tools to move beyond e-governance – to develop flexible systems that integrate multiple functions and departments. It provides the foundation to continue the evolution of government computing by increasing integration across agencies, automating more complex and varied functions, and making systems more accessible to a greater number of users.