Project: April 2015 – July 2015. Funding Agency: World Bank
The Government of Sri Lanka launched a program with the assistance of the World Bank to assist farmer-producers by providing them with access to quality storage facilities to store their agricultural products during harvesting times so that they have the opinion to sell more gradually after harvest and to facilitate the use of such products as collateral to access financial services by developing an electronic warehouse receipt financing program. WRMIS enables warehouse operators to perform the warehouse operations including the issue warehouse receipts for the depositor, maintain stocks, facilitate reporting for the decision making process and prepare payment scheduling to banks on behalf of the depositor farmers when they receive sales proceeds from buyers. Further financial institutes, the ministry of finance and other regulatory bodies support by defining regulations. The solution covers the following major modules/ features: Facility to maintain records of received commodities, Facility of issuing warehouse receipt which could be used as collateral for loans from banks to farmers, Inventory control system, Manage/ meet the compliance requirement of the regulator, Work-flow management with proper control mechanisms for all main processes, Comprehensive reporting facility/MIS, Support in decision-making.
Employees Trust Fund Board: 2017. Funding Agency: ICTA.
The technology enabled Business Transformation mainly focused on the transformation of ETFB Sri Lanka from its traditional business operations to envision a business solution enabling to become the Prime Social Security Service in the country. The Business Transformation Consultancy was focused on the member-centric, modernize operational procedures of the ETFB to cater to the growth in the industry by alignment of People, Processes, and Technology alignment with ETFB strategic business objectives. The goals of the assignment were to convert the current operations from Employer Centric to Member Centric state of operations, Ensure the job security of the ETF Staff, Drive towards a paperless environment, Expedited & simplified business processes, Up-to-date data for real-time online decision making with Business intelligence, while removing non-value adding activities and backlogs.
Funding Agency: Government of Sri Lanka.
The National School of Business Management (NSBM) intended to achieve its major objective of enabling a high-level technology-based business process to ensure scalability from 6000 to 30000 students.
A business transformational consultancy and a university management solution implementation was carried out to ensure that NSBM achieves the objectives.
The technology enabled Business Transformation mainly focused on the alignment of people, processes and technology with NSBM Organization objectives, standardization process documents, and user Journeys & scenarios, application of value added/ non-value added analysis and change management strategies.
This project also included a University Management Information System (UMIS) which was implemented as a solution and an institutional support service to manage the student lifecycle from inquiry to alumina and to derive useful information for operational activities, decision making and planning processes for NSBM.