Business Process Reengineering - In Commercial Banks

ISBN Number : 978-93-5024-771-6

Student Price : Rs.290

Student Dollar Price : 12$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2011

No. Of Pages : 188

Book Weight :332

About The Book

Banking in developing countries like ours has also started witnessing the changing technological and socio-economic factors, and the emergence of new financial services has been supported by Information Technology, e.g., easy transfer of funds and messages across and beyond the national boundaries. Financial institutions, including banks, all over the world are, therefore, crucially dependent on products of IT and thus the need for BPR in banks.

Though the pace of change has been slow, yet the Indian banking scene is no exception to this phenomenon of transformation in products and services, affected by IT. During the last decade, with the liberalisation and opening up of Indian economy, new private sector banks were established. Foreign banks also expanded their presence in India. The new private sector banks had a distinct advantage over the nationalised banks as they were able to start their operations with fully computerised services from day one. Foreign banks were already offering such services.

It was observed that there is a mismatch between customer expectation and the services provided by the Indian commercial banks. The need to review and re-engineer their processes to withstand the competition as well as the growing needs of the economy, has almost made it mandatory for the commercial banks to re-engineer their processes sooner or later. This gives rise to certain questions such as - what is the state of BPR in commercial banks, what are the changes that have taken place, its impact on various factors such as - growth, productivity, profitability, employees and customers? Are the banks really benefiting by re-engineering their processes, etc. This book "Business Process Reengineering in Commercial Banks" makes an attempt to answer some of these questions and understand the prevailing practices of BPR in commercial banks and explore the various factors relating to the same.

 

Book Content of Business Process Reengineering − In Commercial Banks

Chapter − I : Introduction
Chapter − II : Status of BPR at SBH
Chapter − III : Impact of BPR on Performance of SBH
Chapter − IV : Impact of BPR at SBH on Employess

Chapter − V : Impact of BPR at SBH on Customers - Analysis of Customers Perception

Chapter − VI : Conclusions and Suggestions´╗┐

About The Author

Dr. (Mrs.) N. V. Kavitha did her Ph.D. from Osmania University and she has a rich experience of 26 years teaching graduates, postgraduates and guiding research scholars. She has presented papers both at National and International conferences on Banking, Accounting, women entrepreneurs and reforms in higher education.

She has to her credit publications in national and international journals and has completed a Minor Research Project sanctioned by University Grants Commission. She has edited and coauthored text books for B.Com. students. Presently, she is the Head, Department of Commerce, and the Dean Administration, St. Ann`s College for Women, Hyderabad.

Prof. S.V. Satyanarayana, is a Professor of Commerce and Officer on Special Duty to the Vice-chancellor, Osmania University, Hyderabad. He has worked as Research Director in the "Research and Monitoring Wing for Essential Commodities in Andhra Pradesh" on deputation at the request of the Government of Andhra Pradesh for four years from November 1998 to October 2002. He has also been the deputy coordinator, UGC Special Assistance programme at the Department of Commerce, Osmania University.

He has guided 8 Ph.Ds. and 8 M.Phil. Scholars and is presently guiding 6 students at the doctoral level. He has completed amajor research and two minor research projects approved by UGC. He has edited and published number of textbooks, research papers and monographs on "Essential Agricultural Commodities: A statistical Profile" for the Government of Andhra Pradesh. His areas of specialisation are Managerial Economics and Business Environment.

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