Bpr In Banking Case Study

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BPR & information technology:
Moreover, it is one of the facilitators of the most widespread process of change. It is often the main catalyst, which allows the company to achieve its goals (Chan and Earth, 1999). It is considered to "enable" a fundamental restructuring. At the same time, all companies that adopt the restructuring is not successful in achieving its objectives. According to some estimates, 70 percent of the re-engineering projects fail for one reason or another (hammer and Ciampi, 1993). In some companies, and failure is often attributed to the problems of internal organization. In other companies, it projects to organize information technology fails and is often seen as a barrier to innovation (Chan and Earth, 1999).
Ratinder Core (2011) studied the business process reengineering in the State Bank of Patiala. In India, has been the changing dynamics of the Indian economy has led many of the reforms in the financial sector, especially in banking and insurance sector. To meet new competitive challenges due to the induction of technology in banks and change in customers ' perspective has forced organizations to rethink about the ways of doing business operations activities. She stressed monotheism, amalgamations and pressures to reduce operating banking community costs to the adoption of tools such as Business Process Reengineering (BPR) in order to achieve strategic advantages to organizations. the State Bank
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The case study method involves the accurate and complete control of the social unit, that unit is a person, a family, an institution or a cultural group or even an entire community. Four branches of State Bank of India is located in Lucknow to study the effect of the review on these branches it has been taken. I noticed precisely following sections:
A) The State Bank of India, Chander Nagar, Lucknow
B) The State Bank of India, Ramnagar Alambagh,

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