In 2015, the newly formed state of Andhra Pradesh, wanted to transform the quality of urban governance across all 110 ULBs. It used a platform approach to replace legacy systems, which were inconsistent, siloed and fragmented with an integrated system of 23 modules.
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Government of Uttarakhand

The initiative of transforming services offered by Urban Local Bodies to citizens through a digital platform has been undertaken through support and technical assistance from National Institute of Urban Affairs and eGov Foundation and will be achieved in a very short duration”

Shri Shailesh Bagauli, IAS Principal Secretary (Urban Development), Uttarakhand

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“Digitisation of Andhra Pradesh through eGov’s platform has really benefited govt employees by saving almost 19hrs of their time every week. Earlier the citizens used to run around to access municipal services. Today the ULB officers run around to deliver services to the citizens”

-Shri Kanna Babu, Ex. Director, CDMA

Government Of Andhra Pradesh

The AP govt recently rolled out the prestigious Ward Secretariat Program for doorstep delivery of 24 urban services. This was rapidly enabled on the Core Municipal Platform, ensuring easy roll out and consistency of operations.”

Shri GSRKR Vijay Kumar, IAS Commissioner, and Director – Municipal Administration, Andhra Pradesh

Nagpur Municipal Corporation

In 2008, as a part of the comprehensive eGovernance initiative that was meant to provide efficient services to citizens, administrators and corporators by implementing integrated governance solutions, NMC revamped the entire legacy system with eGov’s integrated e-governance system based on open technologies for over 60 functions of the ULB.