PCB is Going Paperless by Implementing PITB’s New Solution

The Pakistan Cricket Board today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) for the implementation of e-Filling and Office Automation System (e-FOAS) at the cricket headquarters.

Wasim Khan and Azfar Manzoor signed the MoU on behalf of the PCB and PITB respectively after the latter fulfilled the PCB’s requirements of providing software that could improve day-to-day operations and also enhance the organization’s archiving capabilities.


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PCB General Manager – IT, Junaid Babar Khan, said:

 The PCB was searching for a solution for electronic approvals with tracking to avoid delays in approvals as well as the management of office files for a quick reference/retrieval of information pertaining to any official matter or approvals or history.

“The e-FOAS has been developed by PITB with rich tools to help the PCB in its day to day office operations. This will not only help saving time and cost but also bring efficiency, enhancement and control how official approvals are processed and data is maintained and help to archive the old data.”


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PITB Chairman, Azfar Maznoor, expressed delight on the agreement, saying:

e-FOAS is a product of PITB and has been developed with the vision to fully automate the official disposal of work electronically which will result into better efficiency and will be a step towards paperless environment at PCB.

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