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TECHOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS
IN
INDIAN BANKING SECTOR
PRESENTED BY:-
SHWETA SINGH
SECTION B
 Indian Banking Sector has undergone a huge
transformation in the years since
independence.
 With 1995 regulation, the R...
 Intense competition between banks which is
going to be more severe in the coming years
and with more private players wai...
 Increased operations efficiency, profitability
& productivity
 Superior customer service
 Improved management/Accounta...
 Core Banking Solution (CBS)
 Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
 Electronic Payment Services (E-Cheques)
 ATM
 It stands for ‘Automatic Teller Machine’
 It enable the customers to perform financial
transactions.
 In simple ...
 RTGS
 It stands for ‘Real Time Gross Settlement
System’
 It is a fund transfer mechanism where
transfer of money takes...
 NEFT
 It stands for ‘National Electronic Funds
Transfer’
 It facilitates transfer of funds to other bank
accounts in o...
 Debit Card
 It is also known as bank card or check card.
 It is an electronic card.
 It issued by bank which allows b...
 It allows bank clients access to their account
to withdraw cash or pay for goods and
services.
 It charge interest and ...
 The Indian Banking has become stronger in
terms of capital and the number of
customers .
 It has become globally compet...
Technological Innovations in Indian Banking Sector
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Technological Innovations in Indian Banking Sector

Introduction
Need for Innovation
Technology in Banks
Focus Aspects of New Banking System
Innovations in Banking
Conclusion

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Technological Innovations in Indian Banking Sector

  1. 1. TECHOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS IN INDIAN BANKING SECTOR PRESENTED BY:- SHWETA SINGH SECTION B
  2. 2.  Indian Banking Sector has undergone a huge transformation in the years since independence.  With 1995 regulation, the RBI was proclaimed the central bank of India.  In the 1990s, greater emphasis being placed on technology and innovation.  New concept like personal banking, retail banking, total branch automation were introduced.
  3. 3.  Intense competition between banks which is going to be more severe in the coming years and with more private players waiting to step in.  The choice before the customer today is far wider in the selection of banks as well products than ever before.
  4. 4.  Increased operations efficiency, profitability & productivity  Superior customer service  Improved management/Accountability  Minimal transactions cost  Improved financial analysis capabilities
  5. 5.  Core Banking Solution (CBS)  Customer Relationship Management (CRM)  Electronic Payment Services (E-Cheques)
  6. 6.  ATM  It stands for ‘Automatic Teller Machine’  It enable the customers to perform financial transactions.  In simple words, it is ‘simple to use self service solution.
  7. 7.  RTGS  It stands for ‘Real Time Gross Settlement System’  It is a fund transfer mechanism where transfer of money takes place from one bank to another.  It is primarily for large volume transaction.  The time taken for effecting funds transfer from one account to another is normally 2 hours.
  8. 8.  NEFT  It stands for ‘National Electronic Funds Transfer’  It facilitates transfer of funds to other bank accounts in over 36000 bank branches across the country.  It is simple, secure, safe, faster, way to transfer funds.
  9. 9.  Debit Card  It is also known as bank card or check card.  It is an electronic card.  It issued by bank which allows bank clients access to their account to withdraw cash.  Credit Card  It is a payment card.  It issued by financial company.
  10. 10.  It allows bank clients access to their account to withdraw cash or pay for goods and services.  It charge interest and are primarily used for short-term financing.
  11. 11.  The Indian Banking has become stronger in terms of capital and the number of customers .  It has become globally competitive and diverse aiming, at higher productivity and efficiency.  The Indian Banking has improve in terms of technology, products & services, information systems etc.

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