Can automated apps and data analytics help authorities implement key projects with proper management of human resources?

Ritika Pathak

, Techno Hour

A balanced and sustainable urban development system is a necessity, and it is only possible through better connectivity and access. In order to achieve this objective, the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) has been authorized by the Indian authorities. It is going to implement the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) project across the national capital region. The joint venture company of the government of India and states of Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh intends to bridge the gap through proper utilization of resources.

Fast transit system will not only help in achieving the goal of sustainable urban development in NCR region, but will also aim to activate processes, enabling sustainable economic and social development with environmental protection for future generations.

It is no secret that such a project would engage a large workforce, requiring accurate mobilization of the employees. Human resource management plays a key role in obtaining meaningful results from a large scale system. At this juncture, the importance of ensuring comprehensive management of the workforce cannot be undermined. This is where automation and data analytics come into play, eliminating the shortcomings and paving the way for holistic results.

Automation of data through applications could be the way forward to maximize the utilization of human resources and ensure zero discrepancies. This is the reason attendance apps are frequently being used across the sectors to monitor employee data with real-time analytics. For instance, ACSG, a critical infrastructure protection firm, is capable of providing automated app services to improve a number of features with respect to human resource management. It ensures quick user name verification and speeds up main dashboard, besides offering attendance log with date to date analysis for each employee profile.

The Regional Rapid Transit system is a critical project in India and the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) has a job at hand. At this stage, advanced technologies like automated apps and data analytics can make a holistic difference in the completion of such a project and beyond. Thus, the need of the hour is to integrate the required technology with great precision to meet the objective in a comprehensive manner.

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