Public Sector and Government Sector
Niveshan Technologies holds the expertise to carry out automation of paper-based Ration cards by Smart Cards. Their monthly entitlements are stored in the card and all the transactions at the FPS are performed only on presenting the card, by one of the authorized members of the family. Finger print templates of the authorized members are also stored in the card to ensure that transaction happens only in the presence of the beneficiary.
The activity of issuance of Smart Cards shall be carried out at the Field Level. The agencies selected for the assignment will be expected to invite families to the booth so that their photos, fingerprints and other details can be captured and stored in the card. On production, cards shall be handed over to the families.
This Information & Communication Technology (ICT) Infrastructure Strategy sets out a medium to long-term vision of how the ICT infrastructure will develop to support any organization in its increasing dependency on Information Technology (IT) and help enhance the performance of the organization in achieving its mission.
This information & communication technology (ICT) Infrastructure Strategy sets out a medium to longer term vision of how the ICT infrastructure will develop to support the firm in its increasing dependency on Information Technology (IT) and help enhance the performance of the firm in achieving its mission.
Energies and Utilities Industry
The Energy and Utilities industry plays a key role in the global economy. The industry also faces enormous challenges such as tighter regulations governing climate change and emissions. There is an impetus for renewable and alternate energy sources such as wind, solar, bio fuels etc. to meet growing power demand without affecting the environment. Using alternate energy sources to progressively meet demand and maintain load balancing requires significant technology expertise in power generation and grid technology.
Niveshan has been helping global industry majors develop next generation products and technologies for several years. As a global partner of choice to industry majors, we help our customers adopt technology to tackle complex technology and engineering problems. We offer connected Energy and Utility engineering solutions for Oil and Gas, smart grids, micro grids and power equipment.
Niveshan serves the leading global Pharma, Biotech, Medical Device, Healthcare Providers and Health Plan companies across the globe. We are strategic ICT partners for 3 of the top 5 global pharmaceutical, 2 of the top 10 Biotech, 3 of the top 5 Health insurance and several government and private healthcare provider organizations.
We have been facilitating Universities and several other Educational Institutions in e-Governance implementation. E-Governance solutions in educational sector incorporate the latest in technology to bring you a system that combines administrative and Education management functions that are necessary to successfully handle all of the challenges of running an educational institution. Automating every unit of an academic institution, Education Solution provides real time information processing, knowledge management and sharing. Our integrated solutions provide an integrated view of multiple Education functions that enable the formulations of well-informed and quick decisions in real time. IEMS enables the Education to optimize their processes & analysis for improved speed and efficiency. ERP streamlines the flow of meaningful information among the various Education Stakeholders and enhances the speedy decision making at various authority levels at the Education.
Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI)
The Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) sector is undergoing a rapid transformation today. The changes in Digital world have a profound impact on financial institutions. Customers, particularly the GenY, want to use digital channels as their primary means of interacting with financial institutions and expect continuous customer engagement which has forced BFSI service providers to look at alternate operating models. Additionally, the regulatory changes, diminishing profit margins and growth factors have added to the pressure.
Banks are facing competition from non-Banking players such as Google, PayPal, retailers, telecom providers and more. This trend is likely to increase in scope and intensity. These fast-changing trends create tremendous challenges for Banks to retain their market position and customer base.