CBIS : CBIS Application of CBIS in Retail
CBIS in Railways
Aviation & CBIS
E Choupal Varun Goyal 08PG0342
Mekha Puthooran 08PG0355
Abhishek Lamba 08PG0301
Mojitha Cherian 08PG0356
Gaurav Goel 08PG0315 Application of CBIS : Application of CBIS CBIS in Retail Chain Working : CBIS in Retail Chain Working General Requirements CBIS in Retail Chain Working : CBIS in Retail Chain Working Example : Use of different modules of CBIS during a transactionTRANSACTION : Purchase of Mobile from Subhiksha Outlet STEP 1 : Barcode Scanning CBIS in Retail Chain Working : CBIS in Retail Chain Working Example : Use of different modules of CBIS during a transactionTRANSACTION : Purchase of Mobile from Subhiksha Outlet STEP 2: Use of Membership Card to get discount CBIS in Retail Chain Working : CBIS in Retail Chain Working Example : Use of different modules of CBIS during a transactionTRANSACTION : Purchase of Mobile from Subhiksha Outlet STEP 3 : Payment through Credit Card CBIS in Retail Chain Working : CBIS in Retail Chain Working Example : Use of different modules of CBIS during a transactionTRANSACTION : Purchase of Mobile from Subhiksha Outlet STEP 4 : Bill Generation CBIS in Railways : CBIS in Railways Passenger reservation system- provides e-ticket & i-ticket.
-Online booking- CONCERT-client server activity.
- Computerized tickets
- New system of “Smart Cards” yet to come. Slide 9: Microprocessor based coin operated ticket vending machines.
UTS –Unreserved Ticketing System..
STEAM – Season Ticketing Project Slide 10: Train Signaling & tracking-interconnected system in various stations.
- Is able to track the train as it passes each station.
- LCD screens inside the
- NTES: National train enquiry system.
- FOIS: Freight Operation Information System. Other Information Systems : Other Information Systems Passenger coaching refunds syste
Integrating ATM with reservation or enquiry system.
Rail Budget Compilation System (RBCS).
Vigilance Software System.
Material Management Information System.
Comprehensive Accounting &Transaction System (CCTS).-FAS &Payrolls.
Workshop Information System. (WIS)
Crew Management System (CMS).
Control Office Application. (COA). Slide 13: Vision-"Improve efficiency and credibility in the supply chain by creating transparency for all players in the value chain thereby reducing inventory cost and increasing asset utilization”. Features : Features Practical and user friendly
E- logistic infrastructure
Effective , accurate & reliable
Transit Quality for Outbound as well as Inbound movements Slide 15: Vi eTrans Private Ltd is a joint venture between three companies, each bringing unique inputs to the organization:
Winex Trans Pvt Ltd
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd
Venture Infotek Global Pvt Ltd Slide 16: Winex Trans Pvt Ltd - A group of logistics and transportation professionals with wide and varied experience and domain knowledge
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd -The second largest petroleum company in India and one of the PSU ‘Navaratnas’. They have an enviable physical infrastructure on the highways in the form of over 4500 retail outlets across the length and breadth of the country.
Venture Infotek Global Pvt Ltd - Specialist in electronic gateways and other aspects of transaction, relationship, and knowledge management. They provide a state-of-art electronic infrastructure across the country, which ensures safe, accurate, and confidential data capture and transmission, for the highly sensitive credit card business, of leading banks in India. The Process : The Process vehicles are tracked by a unique magnetic swipe card .
The card is carried by the driver of the vehicle for swiping at the en-route swipe stations located all over India’s national and state highways .
Data is captured from the card through a process of swiping the card. Advantages : Advantages Definite cost savings as a result of on time delivery.
Greater visibility of shipments; Shipment details can be communicated to customers and stocking points.
Dedicated swipe machines at Plant & warehouse gates can help measure turnaround/detention time accurately and help in improving efficiency. Other Services : Other Services AVIATION & CBIS : AVIATION & CBIS Aviation today means business. Commerce and tourism are the engines of economic development in today's world.
Airlines, airports, and even governments are competing against each other for travel related income.
Staying in front means making investments in enhanced customer service tools, improved management awareness, quicker access to operational information, etc. TECHNOLOGY AND AVIATION : TECHNOLOGY AND AVIATION Voice Response for Reservations, Crew Management, and Air Cargo
PC-Local Area Network based Computer Terminals
Baggage and Cargo Tracking and Reconciliation
Passenger Self Service TECHNOLOGY AND AVIATION : TECHNOLOGY AND AVIATION Yield Management
Advanced Seat Selection
Advanced and Round-trip Boarding Passes
Worldwide Voice, Data and Radio Networking Slide 25: E Choupal E-CHOUPAL : E-CHOUPAL MilestonesCommencement of initiative: 2000
States covered: 9Villages covered: 40,000• e-Choupal installations: 6500• Empowered e-farmers: 4 million Agenda for 2012
• States to be covered: 15
• Villages to be covered: 1,00,000
• e-Choupals to be installed: 20,000
• Farmers to be e-empowered: 10 million Slide 27: Initiated by ITC in rural India with Soya growers in the villages of Madhya Pradesh.
The computer, typically housed in thefarmer’s house, is linked to the Internet via phone lines or, increasingly, by a VSAT connection, and serves an average of 600 farmers in 10 surrounding villages within about a five kilometer radius.
Each e-Choupal costs between US$3,000 and US$6,000 to set up and about US$100 per year to maintain.
Using the system costs farmers nothing, but the host farmer, called a sanchalak, incurs some operating costs . Slide 28: E-farmer, browsing the e-Choupal website.
Farmers now log on to the site through Internet kiosks in their villages
In order high quality agri-inputs, Information on best farming practices the Weather forecast (local language) E CHOUPAL : E CHOUPAL Win-win Situation : Win-win Situation Farmers benefit from more accurate weighing, faster processing time, and prompt payment
E-Choupal typically receive a higher price for their crops than they would receive through the mandi system, on average about 2.5% higher (about US$6 per ton).
the percentage of farmers planting soy has increased from 50 to 90% in some regions
Farmers benefit from more accurate weighing, faster processing time, and prompt payment ITC benefits from net procurement costs that are about 2.5% lower (it saves the commission fee and part of the transport costs it
The system also provides direct access to the farmer and to information about conditions on the ground, improving planning and building relationships that increase its security of supply
The company reports that it recovers its equipment costs from an e-Choupal in the first year of operation and that the venture as a whole is profitable.