Baroda DigiNext – SAP integration will help JNPA automate its accounts payables and receivables,
bringing in more efficiencies
Mumbai, 27 th July, 2022: Bank of Baroda (Bank), one of India’s leading public sector banks, and
Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority (JNPA), a premier container port in the country, today announced the
successful roll-out of Baroda DigiNext Cash Management Services for digitisation of the port’s accounts
payables, receivables and liquidity management.
JNPA is amongst the largest container ports globally. It has recently implemented SAP for bringing
efficiencies in its operations. To help JNPA with its digital transformation, Bank of Baroda has
successfully integrated its Baroda DigiNext Cash Management Services with SAP.
The initiative demonstrates JNPA’s commitment to enhance the ease of doing business for the port
users and suppliers through a fully digitised and automated solution for cash application, supplier
payments and bank reconciliation.
Shri Sanjay Sethi, IAS, Chairman, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority said, “The SAP system installed at
JNPA is aimed to drive business innovations for faster execution of all business transactions. To further
enhance it we have collaborated with Bank of Baroda to avail their ‘Baroda DigiNext Cash Management
Services’ to take digitisation at JNPA to a broader aspect and make JNPA’s business more organised,
automated and efficient. As a part of digitising activities and ease of doing business.”
Shri Debadatta Chand, Executive Director, Bank of Baroda said, “Businesses are becoming increasingly
complex requiring customised solutions based on the size, scope and nature of their operations. In
today’s highly competitive world, building in efficiencies and streamlining business processes through
digitisation is a prerequisite for success. At Bank of Baroda, we are proud to deepen and expand our
relationship with one of India’s premier container ports through the launch of Baroda DigiNext Cash
Management Services for JNPA. Baroda DigiNext will help JNPA digitise its working capital management
and enhance ease of operations for the port authority’s entire ecosystem.”