DTDC Opts for Document Management System from Newgen Software

Qutab Institutional Area, India (PressExposure) May 09, 2009 -- Newgen Software Technologies limited, a leader in the field of Business Process Management (BPM) and Document Management System (DMS) [http://www.newgensoft.com/DMS.asp], with impeccable track record of implementing mission-critical Workflow and Document Imaging solutions, today announced the successful implementation of its Document Management System [http://www.newgensoft.com/omnidocs.asp] (DMS) solution at DTDC, the leading Indian courier and cargo company having the largest domestic delivery network in India.

With the increasing burden to archive documents, DTDC realized that digitisation of documents was imperative. To improve its operational efficiency and secure delivery of high value consumer shipments, DTDC deployed Newgen’s solution to provide online Proof of Delivery (PoD) receipts and status of couriered items to its customers. Using the solution, the company is able to quickly track the shipment status and obtain detailed information.

Speaking of Newgen’s solution, Mrinal Chakraborty, GM-IT and Operational Processes, DTDC Courier and Cargo, said, “With this implementation, we are the first courier organization in India to provide online PoD receipts for our customers and to enable them to track their consignments online too. We have noticed immense enhancement in customer satisfaction levels post this deployment. It is now possible for us to keep track of the information related to our franchisees too. We have managed to digitise the archiving process. Overall, the whole process of tracking consignments and maintaining records is now automated and smooth.”

Speaking of the successful implementation at DTDC, Diwakar Nigam, Managing Director, Newgen Software Technologies, said, “We are delighted that DTDC has chosen Newgen. This is a great example of how Newgen’s customized offering of products and services meet the stringent requirements of growing organizations operating in fiercely competitive services industry.”

About DTDC DTDC is India’s largest domestic delivery network company offering various custom-made services ranging from Domestic to International. It has operations spanning several foreign countries through its service network. The company is headquartered in Bangalore and has regional offices in 10 cities and 4,400 branches across India. With 13,000 individuals as its strength, DTDC delivers at over 10,000 zip (pin code) areas, handling 10 million consignments every month. DTDC also serves over 240 international destinations. DTDC delivers to the remotest places in India with the help of 4,000 business partners spread across the length and breadth of India.

About Newgen Software: Newgen Software Technologies Limited is the market leader in Business Process Management (BPM) [http://www.newgensoft.com/BPM.asp] and Document Management System (DMS), with a global footprint of about 700 installations in over 30 countries.

Newgen is recognized by distinguished analyst firm IDC in its exclusive report "Newgen Software: Global Leader in Business Process Management and Document Management Solutions." With HSBC and SAP investment, Newgen is one of the rare product companies to have backing of both leading financial and technology companies of the world.

Winner of prestigious awards, such as CNBC-TV18 "Emerging India Award 2008", Frost and Sullivan's "Market Leadership Award for Document Management System and Workflow Software & Services" and "Distinguished Application Product Company" by NASSCOM, Newgen Software is an ISO 9001:2000, ISO 27001 certified and CMM Level 4 company.

For further information, contact: Prachi Singh 20:20 MEDIA 0124- 2560310-14 Vivek Chauhan Newgen Software Technologies Limited 011-26815467

About Newgen Software Technologies Limited

Prachi Singh
20:20 MEDIA
0124- 2560310-14
Vivek Chauhan
Newgen Software Technologies Limited

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Press Release Submitted On: May 09, 2009 at 3:45 am
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