Innowave IT infrastructure Limited has announced winning a Rs 25 crore order from Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), Uganda.
Innowave IT infrastructure Limited, among India's largest solution-focused, e-governance player with a successful track record of large projects, has announced winning a Rs 25 crore order from Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), Uganda, in consortium with a local partner from Uganda.
Primary focus & related implementation will be around improving KCCA capacity to implement sub-projects within stipulated timelines, strengthening the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) which will include integration of the mobile phone platform for payment of bills and purchasers feedback.
Anant Raghute, MD, Innowave IT Infrastructure Ltd, said, "We are truly thrilled and delighted with this win as it goes well with our vision of emerging as a global player to reckon with in the e-governance solutions space. This engagement with KCCA further strengthens our vision of becoming holistic system integrators while competing with global heavy weights. We are truly delighted with the trust KCCA has bestowed upon us. As part of our philosophy, we will not just develop systems but work with KCCA in terms of training their manpower for the general upliftment & improvement of the socio-economic factors through transparency which will be fuelled by various economic opportunities that will be created through this partnership."
Through this project, Innowave will also work with KCCA for Migration of existing data, training to users & maintenance services for 3 years. Innowave IT's scope in the project includes design, develop and implement a property tax management system and corporate GIS for KCCA. The field data would be effectively validated using mobile GIS tracking solution. The proposed system is also supposed to be integrated with KCCA's existing applications like e-City, Traffic Management Systems, Permit System and others.