BCCI announced adoption of upgraded digitization for digital payment interface.
Mumbai: In a major boost towards ensuring seamless transfer and disbursement of funds to players and state associations, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) under Secretary Jay Shah on Saturday introduced a new announced the adoption and upgrade of Digital interface.
Through this upgrade, the BCCI said players and state associations will now be guaranteed minimum paperwork and a shorter timeline for processing invoices. Under the benefits of the BCCI Database Management System (ODMS), state associations will be able to approve and recommend the release of fees to players digitally to the BCCI.
Also, the state associations will not have to wait till the time of submission of receipts of all players for the tournament. Associations have the flexibility to approve player claims on a regular basis. Players will now be able to submit their receipts at any point of their convenience through the online portal itself.
Accordingly, the receipts of players of all age groups (male and female) will be submitted monthly instead of tournament completion. Due to this, players can benefit from monthly payments based on the number of matches played in a month.
This means there will be no manual intervention, which will help reduce errors, especially for payments, including for the Ranji Trophy where match fees are based on the number of matches played by individual players. have different rates.
Under this, BCCI as well as state associations and players can track their invoice details and payment status online. As far as hosting and participation fees are concerned, state associations can raise their invoices through the online system and track the payment process on the e-portal.
Through the latest digitization, record maintenance will become easier for state associations and the BCCI, ensuring transparency at all levels. Also, MIS and auditable documents can now be generated through the e-portal.