Enterprise solutions provider SAP on Wednesday announced three new applications targeted at helping the government agencies to deliver citizen services in a more effective and faster manner.

The three new applications -- Rakshak , TracOHealth and The 'Milk Co-operative' Experience, which have been conceived, designed and developed by SAP Labs India, “will enable government organisations and departments to enhance service delivery and responsiveness, and improve preparedness, prevention, safety and security outcomes in real-time," the company said.

“The application aim to empower the government institutions with an effective and modernised functioning of its system by creating a real time platform for bridging rural-urban divide and augment safety and security programs taken by the government,” SAP India, Vice President-Strategic Industries Mathew Thomas said.

Government sector is one of the biggest revenue drivers for SAP India. Globally, SAP works with more than 1,250 public sector firms in 70 countries. In India, the company’s client list includes Department of Posts, Air India, Maharashtra State Power Generation Co Ltd, Ministry of Company Affairs, Electronics Corporation of India Limited and BSNL.

While SAP Rakshak 2.0 offers real-time information for crime incidents happening across states to all the law enforcement agencies, both state and central, TracOHealth aims to help maintain health-related information for a lifetime of every child across India. The Milk Co-operative Experience app offers dairy cooperatives gain real-time visibility on the procurement to plan its production and distribution.

"The new solutions focus on helping government organisations address the issues associated with the drive for smarter economies, the need for sustainable growth and the power to positively impact the lives of people,” he added

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