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BCCI adopts the digitization of the payment interface

By November 19, 2022Sports games

In a major boost that will ensure the seamless transfer and dissemination of funds to players and state associations, the BCCI, under the leadership of Secretary Jay Shah, today announced the adoption and upgrade of a new digital interface. With this upgrade, players and state associations will now be guaranteed minimal paperwork and reduced time to process invoices.

Below are the following benefits of the BCCI Database Management System (ODMS): Invoices for players of all age groups (male and female) will be submitted monthly instead of completing the tournament. Under this, players can avail monthly payouts based on the number of matches played in a month.

Players can now issue invoices at their convenience at any location via the online portal. State associations will be able to approve and recommend to BCCI the release of fees to players digitally

State Associations will not be required to wait for all players to submit invoices for the tournament. Associations have the ability to approve player complaints on a regular basis. No manual intervention is assured, which will help mitigate errors, especially for payouts, including the Ranji Trophy, where there are differential match fee rates based on the number of matches played by individual players.

BCCI / State Associations / Players can track their invoice details online and payment status Accommodation and participation fees: State associations can issue their invoices through the online system and track the payment process on the electronic portal

Record keeping will be easier for state associations and BCCI, ensuring transparency at all levels. GIS/auditable documents can now be generated through the electronic portal.

The BCCI had previously sacked the national selection committee led by Chetan Sharma, inviting new applications. (ANI)

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