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ASeminar ReportTitled
“Technology & Banking
Master of Business Administration
 
Submitted To: - Submitted By:-Mrs. Alka SwamiSwati PanwaLecturer (MBA Deptt.)MBA II Sem 
2008-2010
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
S.No.TopicPage No.
1.
Introduction
12.
Evolution of Technology in Banking
33.
Role of Technology in Banking
54.
Benefits of Technology
85.
Negative Effects of Technology in Banking, andSolutions
106.
Conclusion
12
 
Introduction
The term “banking technology” refers to the use of sophisticated information and communicationtechnologies together with computer science to enable banks to offer better services to itscustomers in a secure, reliable, and affordable manner, and sustain competitive advantage over other banks. In the five decades since independence, banking in India has evolved through four distinct phases. During Fourth phase, also called as Reform Phase, Recommendations of the Narasimham Committee (1991) paved the way for the reform phase in the banking. Importantinitiatives with regard to the reform of the banking system were taken in this phase. Importantamong these have been introduction of new accounting and prudential norms relating to incomerecognition, provisioning and capital adequacy, deregulation of interest rates & easing of normsfor entry in the field of banking.Entry of new banks resulted in a paradigm shift in the ways of banking in India. The growingcompetition, growing expectations led to increased awareness amongst banks on the role andimportance of technology in banking. The arrival of foreign and private banks with their superior state-of-the-art technology-based services pushed Indian Banks also to follow suit by going infor the latest technologies so as to meet the threat of competition and retain their customer base.Indian banking industry, today is in the midst of an IT revolution. A combination of regulatoryand competitive reasons has led to increasing importance of total banking automation in theIndian Banking Industry.Information Technology has basically been used under two different avenues in Banking. One isCommunication and Connectivity and other is Business Process Reengineering. Informationtechnology enables sophisticated product development, better market infrastructure,implementation of reliable techniques for control of risks and helps the financial intermediariesto reach geographically distant and diversified markets.In view of this, technology has changed the contours of three major functions performed by banks, i.e., access to liquidity, transformation of assets and monitoring of risks. Further,Information technology and the communication networking systems have a crucial bearing onthe efficiency of money, capital and foreign exchange markets.

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