E-Governance is a paradigm shift over the traditional approaches in public administration. E-Government framework is a methodology of rendering government services and information to the public using electronic means. The aim of e-governance is to bridge the gap between the government and the public by providing effective, interactive and transparent governance.
This is electronic way of registration of taxpayers, assessment, billing, payments while ensuring compliance and enforcement of the tax laws and regulations.
An e-project is any initiative that involves the design, implementation, and use of ICT applications for institutional or organizational purposes
This is the Computer Aided Mass Appraisal/Valuation of properties with the aim of ascertaining the rateable values of the properties.
An electronic method of issuing Development Control Permits such as, Job Cards, Hoarding Permits, Chain Link Permits, Renovation Permits, Demolition Permits, Excavation Permits, Occupation Permits, Telecom mast Permits.
This is an electronic parking system which uses wireless network to help drivers and customers find an easy and quick space to park their vehicles. It is designed to control traffic flow by helping visitors find parking much quickly.
These are software programs or groups of programs designed for end-users. Mobile applications are types of application software designed to run on a mobile device, such as a smartphone or tablet computer. Mobile applications frequently serve to provide users with similar services to those accessed on PCs.
An electronic payment (e-payment), in short, can be simply defined as paying for goods or services on the internet. It includes all financial operations using electronic devices, such as computers, smartphones or tablets. E-payments come with various methods, like credit or debit card payments or bank transfers.