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Title: Power of PPP for Technology driven markets in Maharashtra


1
Power of PPP for Technology driven markets in
Maharashtra
Mr Dewang Neralla Director Chief Technology
Architect
Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL)
2
Public Private Partnership (PPP /P3)
  •  
  • A system in which a government service or
    private business venture is funded and operated
    through a partnership of government and one or
    more private sector companies. (Source
    Wikipedia)
  • A Brief
  • PPP was established by the German Federal
    Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development
    in 1999
  • PPP has entered its second phase, Worldwide
  • India not only tops the list among Asian
    countries but also in whole of the world in
    Public Private Partnership Projects

3
Why PPP???
  • Private sector participation could bring in -
  • -    Quality human resources
  • -     Large scale injection of capital private
    finance
  • -     Technical and managerial expertise
  • -     Efficiency in management of capital
  • -     Innovations
  • -    Better responsiveness to consumers needs
    and satisfaction
  • -     Advanced Technology

4
The Result …….
  • Overall increase in the Quality of Public
    Service
  • Enhanced Work Quality - Combined with Social
    Responsibility

5
PPP Options
  • - PPP opens a spectrum of possible
    relationships between public and private actors
    for the cooperative provision of infrastructure
    services
  • BOO Build Own Operate, Supplier-Supplier
    relationship
  • BOT Build Operate Transfer, Purchaser-Supplier
    relationship

6
Possible Areas of PPP Projects
  • Banking Sector Warehousing, Credit, etc.
  • Agriculture Sector
  • Spot market (NSEAP), Logistics (NBHC)
  • Transportation Sector
  • BPO KPO
  • Brokering, Demat other Financial Services
  • Consultancies
  • Hospitality industry
  • Telecommunication
  • Media Broadcasting

7
Some Indian Examples Joining Hands
(1) Picture of Mumbai Pune Express Highway
(2) Traditional Bill Collection Versus eSeva (an
example from Andhra Pradesh)
8
Maharashtra Ctrl Select Enter
  • Advantage Maharashtra
  • Largest economy in the country, with high per
    capita income
  • Highly urbanized (42) literate population
    (77)
  • Large FDI inflows Favorite investment
    destination
  • Industry friendly supportive environment
  • Mumbai, Capital of Maharashtra is the Commercial
    Capital of India.
  • A forward step towards IT Revolution
  • IT and ITES policy 2003
  • (The main objective of the IT and ITES
    Policy, 2003 is to make Maharashtra the most
    favored destination for investments in the IT and
    ITES industry.)

9
Need of the Hour - Green e-Revolution???
  • Maharashtra Economic Growth in the Information
    Age
  • MYTH e-Governance is the only IT enablement as
    far as PPP is concerned
  • Strategic Innovation, and not Tactical
    Automation, is the key
  • Growth driving through enabling the rural sector
    to access markets
  • Bridging the digital divide by the proper use of
    ICT

10
Excerpt from President Dr A.P.J Abdul Kalams
address to the joint session of Parliament
  • A key element of "Vision 2020" would be
    "Providing Urban amenities in Rural Areas
    (PURA)". More than two-thirds of Indias
    population lives in rural areas. We need to give
    a new thrust to their all-round development
    through a mega mission for their empowerment.
    This is best achieved through provision of four
    critical connectivities Physical Connectivity by
    providing good roads, transport services and
    quality power Electronic Connectivity by
    providing reliable communication networks
    Knowledge Connectivity by establishing more
    professional institutions and vocational training
    centres, schools with high quality
    infrastructure, teachers who are devoted to
    teaching, production centres for rural artisans,
    primary health centres, recreation centres, etc
    and Market Connectivity that will help realize
    the best value for the products and services of
    rural people, and constantly expand and enrich
    employment opportunities for them. The model
    envisaged is a holistic habitat that would
    improve the quality of life in rural areas and
    also help in de-congestion of urban areas.

11
Issue of Certificates and Licenses
Supply of inputs
Procurement of Produce
Supply of consumer produce services
Development info projects, programs, schemes
feedback
Rural Citizen
Access to Markets
Knowledge info useful for economic activities
Education, training to enhance employment
economic opportunity
Entertainment info for social needs
Delivery of health educational services
12
Critical Success Factors
  • Access Reasonable ICT infrastructure
  • Applications Content providers and application
    providers for services such as
  • Buying/Selling
  • Weather Information
  • Research information on land tillage etc
  • General education for seeds etc.
  • E-Procurement for other essentials

13
Exchanges
  • New generation exchanges such as MCX, NSE, BSE
    are best example of technology driven markets
  • Major elements
  • Trading On-line matching of incoming orders
  • Clearing Funds and Stock Settlement in T2 days
  • Networking Inter-connect through a wide array of
    technologies VSAT, leased line, Internet,
    wireless
  • Advantages
  • Common aggregation of demand and supply
  • Real-time price discovery
  • Increased participation

14
Examples of PPP
  • NSEAP Interconnecting and providing price feeds
    to 290 Mandis across Maharashtra
  • eSevaOnline, AP Providing services to the
    citizens
  • Gyandoot, Madhya Pradesh Creation of a village
    level intranet for information access
  • Akashganga, Gujarat and Maharashtra Automation
    of milk collection centres

15
FTIL Groups Contribution MCXs IT Initiatives
  • FTIL
  • Software solutions for Service sectors Banking,
    Equity Commodity markets, Forex, etc.
  • Establishment of DGCX in Dubai
  • Web IT Services to Tokyo Commodity Exchange
    TOCOM)
  • Pioneer in introducing market-wide STP service
    utility STP Gate TM, for Fund Houses,
    Custodians Brokerage Houses
  • Powered 70,000 live trading engines (FT
    Engines TM)
  • MCX
  • Leading commodity exchanges offering wide basket
    of agriculture and other commodities
  • Commodity Suchana Kendras Mumbai, Pune, etc.
  • BSNL, MTNL Network SMS service for real time
    data, and more.

16
Summarizing…
  • A PPP model for technology driven markets can
    become a catalyst to ensuring economic prosperity
    in the region
  • Maharashtra uniquely positioned to take advantage
    of this because of Better Infrastructure,
    Skilled man-power, Ease in Technology absorption

17
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