Giving a boost to the Digital India initiative, eMudhra - digital identity and transaction management company, on Monday announced that it has partnered with over 15 state governments to help them go digital as part of the e-Governance initiatives.
Giving a boost to the Digital India initiative, eMudhra – digital identity and transaction management company, on Monday announced that it has partnered with over 15 state governments to help them go digital as part of the e-Governance initiatives. The digital identity solution provider has enabled Aadhaar eSign and digital signature based signing to various government officers in several districts it has joined hands with. Alongwith that its has facilitated paperless employee logins, leave requests, memos and official document signing among other things. To boost faster turnaround times in decision making, it also facilitates obtaining approvals remotely.
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In another facility by eMudhra, the digital signatures provided by it ensure that the document cannot be tampered with, reduces process delays, +5and eliminates the need to print paper, scan and fax, as reported by PTI.
Currently, government offices follow a paper-based administration for all its internal processes. This pulls down the efficiency of administration. Therefore, the State Governments looked to eMudhra to offer solutions in digitally transforming its operations so as to fast-track the process and accelerate the service delivery mechanism.
V. Srinivasan, founder chairman, eMudhra, commenting on the benefits of eMudra and said that digitisation of all administration is a step towards an efficient and transparent governance. Srinivasan said eMudhra’s digital signature solution uplifts the e-Office plan and has managed to eradicate voluminous paper flow, bring in accountability in government offices and most importantly, reduce the carbon footprint in various states. He also added that the objective of the company has always been to simplify the technology for all government officers and not add additional training requirements.