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SAP's new solutions are powered by SAP HANA to improve operational efficiency, child health and safety for citizens

NEW DELHI, INDIA: SAP India, a subsidiary of SAP AG, today reaffirmed its commitment to improve impact of ICT intervention in the area of good governance in the country by launching three new solutions powered by SAP HANA at the SAP Forum Delhi today.

The three new applications- - Rakshak , TracOHealth and The "Milk Co-operative" Experience, conceived, designed and developed by SAP Labs India, will enable Government organizations and departments to enhance service delivery and responsiveness, and improve preparedness, prevention, safety and security outcomes in real-time in an unpredictable world.

"The convergence of cloud, mobile, social and big data is reshaping the future of e-governance, empowering consumers and changing the ways Public sector and Internal security organizations will deliver citizen services in the future," said Suprakash Chaudhuri, Managing Director, SAP India & Subcontinent.

"Powered by SAP HANA, our new solutions will empower our customers to deliver new and innovative services to address today's and tomorrow's challenges in real-time without disrupting their business operations," he added.

With an aim to empower the government institutions with an effective and modernized functioning of its system, the new offerings are a step towards creating a real time platform for bridging the rural - urban divide and augment the safety and security programs undertaken by the government.

"The profound changes and growth in urban settlements require fresh thinking and creativity around how government organizations can run better," said Mathew Thomas, Vice President- Strategic Industries, SAP India. "The new solutions focuses on helping government organizations address the issues associated with the drive for smarter economies, the need for sustainable growth and the power to positively impact the lives of people," he added .

With these new offerings, SAP aims to help customers automate several operational areas including, tracking & control; streamlining of procurement systems, budget and expense management, project & scheme implementation amongst others to turn data into actionable information and deliver services efficiently.

The new solutions launched today include:

TracOHealth - Aimed at paving way for an inclusive approach to better collaborative outcomes in the area of child health, the TracOHealth helps in maintaining all the health related information for a lifetime of every child across India. TracOHealth leverages the power of Aadhaar (UID) to uniquely identify beneficiariesand has been architected and designed with the ability to work even in the remotest corners of the country. Powered by SAP® HANA, with both web and mobile interfaces, TracOHealth provide real time analytics that help health authorities optimize resource utilization.

The Milk Co-operative Experience - Designed to contribute to the socio economic development, this cloud based, data and analytic technology offers dairy cooperatives gain real-time visibility on the procurement to plan its production and distribution. It allows the complete milk procurement process to be captured at-source resulting in transparent milk procurement and facilitating electronic payment to farmers in their respective bank accounts.


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