Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today launched Customer Integrated Management Services (CIMS) and Stockyard Management System (SMS) applications of OMC, the State’s PSU in the mining sector, through video conferencing.
Rolling out these two applications, Patnaik said that OMC has demonstrated its customer-focus vision and integrity of the stockyard management. These two applications will transform online sales process and despatch management with transparency and efficiency taking root in the system under the 5T framework, he added.
He appreciated the role of OMC during the Covid pandemic and its support to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund and various welfare measures.
Patnaik also commended the PSU for its large scale forest conservation activities and endeavour to make all its mines to be rated 5-star by IBM.
He wished the OMC to emerge as a major PSU in the country and earn a name for itself as a socially-committed, environmentally-sensitive, technologically-intensive, efficiency-driven company and become a booster for the economic growth of Odisha.
Customers will now get access to a separate dashboard for registration, evaluating order and stocks, get weekly dispatch report, order status, region wise total sale, grievance status and mineral wise dispatch history.
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 deployed at OMC’s Baliparbat stockyard within its flagship Daitari Iron Ore mines.
The key components of the system includes unmanned weighbridges, transport scheduling, digital identification, parking management, weight automation, real time reporting, multi-point mobile applications for real time data reconciliation.
Prafulla Kumar Mallik, Minister, Steel and Mines, Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy, Development Commissioner Suresh Mohapatra, Principal Secretary, Finance AK Meena, Principal Secretary of Steel & Mines and Chairman of OMC, Surendra Kumar and other senior officials were present during the programme.