India's First Data Network
ITES (formerly called IndoNet) offers different services integrated in a single delivery mechanism to end-users. It has been used for a number of well-known projects dealing with education, examinations, libraries and electoral cards.
It is a powerful internet service provider focused on providing business-to-business (B2B) eCommerce solutions, specifically in the area of electronic data interchange (EDI). IndoNet was India's first data network, which CMC set up years ago, in the late 1980s, based on IBM's SNA network.
Built on the universal web protocol TCP / IP (it also supports X.25 for specific requirements), ITES is connected by redundant high-speed leased lines and powered by the latest Unix servers at each of its nodes. These are monitored round the clock by a dedicated helpdesk team, giving an uptime guarantee of 99.8 per cent.
A value-added service provider, it deals in optical mark recognition (OMR) and intelligent character recognition (ICR) based forms processing services, document management services, file transfer and data management services, managed networks services, facilities management, electronic data interchange (EDI) services, web design and hosting services as well as smartcard and biometric security solutions.
CMC's software application solutions and turnkey projects have seen numerous successes. Satisfied clients are the best testimonial. We give a sampling below:
IT Enabled Services- Case Studies
- Digitisation of Company Records - Ministry of Company Affairs
- Management of Electoral Databases and Photo ID cards - Election Commission of India
- Data Classification for a major Utilities company in UK
- GIS based identification of unbilled records for a major Utilities Company in UK
- ICR based data extraction for India Census 2001 -Registrar General of India
- eRecruitment for corporates and PSUs
- WayBill Processing and EDI conversion using OCR? ICR technologies for a RailRoad Company - Texas
- XML based data extraction for a global major in financial data and analytics
- XML repository creation for newspapers archives