Verka Goes Paperless, Adopts e-Office Mission Mode Project
Marching ahead Verka has introduced e- office, the e-Office Mission Mode Project is one of the projects under the National e-Governance Plan, Department of Information Technology of India. The project is being implemented by the Department of Administrative Reform and Public Grievances of India (DARPG) to improve efficiency in process and service delivery mechanisms.
The project aims to improve productivity, quality, resource management, turnaround time and increase transparency by replacing the old manual process with an electronic file system. The new e-Office system is an integrated file and records management system that allows employees to manage content, search for data internally and collaborate. The system is planned to be secure and confidential, automating routine tasks, capable of handling the required workload, with the facility of monitoring work and auto-escalation when there are delays.
“Verka is benevolently adapting to the new technology and moving forward to newer heights. One of the best features of e-office is that it enables employees to create their own document online and submit the same for review. With a single platform, the entire organization can collaborate, share documents in any format electronically. This will increase efficiency, reduce the turnaround time and workload,” says Mr. Manjit Singh Brar, Managing Director MILKFED.
Verka is the brand of The Punjab State Cooperative Milk Producers’ Federation Limited popularly known as MILKFED Punjab, which came into existence in 1973. Verka has a wide range of products including different variants of Pasteurized Packed milk, Ghee, Table Butter, Skimmed Milk Powder, Whole Milk Powder, Cheese, Tetra Pack Products, Sweetened Flavored Milk, Ice Cream, Fresh Products like Lassi, Paneer, Dahi, Kheer, Indigenous Sweets. The products are available in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal, Jammu and Kashmir and Northeast India. Verka also exports ghee to countries like Middle east, Australia, Japan, New Zealand and Malaysia.