Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik launched the Customer Integrated Management Services (CIMS) and Stockyard Management System (SMS) applications of Odisha Mining Corporation (OMC) via video conferencing.
The OMC is one of the fastest-growing public sector projects of the country in the mining sector and is a flagship sector company of Odisha. For over around six decades, OMC has been one of the oldest public sector companies which have remarkably devoted to the evolution of Odisha. OMC has manifested its vision where it will show the focus on the customer and the sincerity of the stockyard administration.
CM Patnaik stated that the two applications would modify the online sales method and despatch management with transparency and effectiveness taking root in the system under the 5T framework. Even CM also applauded the way OMC handled the Coronavirus pandemic situation and also extended its hand for the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund and other various welfare measures.
CM talked about the mining sector, which is termed as the sensitive sector, which has massive socio-economic and environmental entanglements. The commitment of OMC for its social responsibility by supporting many Government schemes like Aaahar Adarsh Vidyalayas or sports etc. He also praised the PSU for its large scale forest conservation activities and efforts to make all its mines to be rated five-star by the Indian Bureau of Mines (IBM).
For registration, evaluating order and stocks, get weekly dispatch report, order status, region-wise total sale, grievance status and mineral wise dispatch history, now customers will access to a separate dashboard. CIMS is integrated with the i3MS of the state government, e-auction platform of MSTC, SAP of OMC to ensure a seamless integration for end-to-end customer service. The SMS has been extended at OMC’s Baliparbat stockyard within its flagship Daitari Iron Ore mines.
Article Written by Dikhya Mohanty
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