ONGC takes giant leap towards becoming paperless

| Updated: Aug 23, 2017 11:20 IST

New Delhi [India], Jan. 11 (ANI): State-run oil explorer Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (ONGC) has taken a giant leap towards Digitization by awarding the contract for the implementation of enterprise-wide paperless in its office solution. In line with the 'Digital India' initiative, this Paperless Office Project will eliminate paper movement within ONGC at all levels. The project was awarded to Larsen & Turbo InfoTech with the IBM's Filenet and BPM as the Technology platform. ONGC has selected accounting and professional services firms KPNG, as the Project Consultant. The project covers all work centres of ONGC and will be rolled out in phases, with first phase going live at Mumbai by end May. Subsequent rollouts are planned every quarter with scheduled Project to be completed by June 2018. The project was held on January 10 at New Delhi. Director - Technology and Field Servicesm Shashi Shanker termed the project as one of the biggest initiatives towards a digital India. ONGC already has a robust Digital system in place and has been credited with the biggest ERP roll-out in Asia when it launched Project ICE in the year 2003. This new initiative, along with Systems like e-tender, invoice monitoring system, grievance management and vigilance portal is another corporate governance milestone and one more step towards promoting transparency. (ANI)