The state government’s registration wing collaborated with Quantela Inc that offers end-to-end infrastructure digitization solutions to provide digital land registry services in the state.
The partnership aims to enhance the land and property transaction process for people by improving the current computerized e-registration services offered at 191 registration offices across the state, said official sources.
The end-to-end digital conversion and automation of land documents, effective land registration and simplified land records administration will speed up the receiving, processing and delivery of all services related to land registration.
Inspector general of registration Jyotiprakash Das said the effort will ensure hassle-free services to the people of the state within the desired time frame.
It provides the automation of information updates for each transaction and near-real-time data accessibility and increases operational efficiency, said Das. Ravi Gulati, senior vice-president, Quantela said the implementation of the digitised land registry system in Odisha improves efficiency, accuracy and security of all documents while reducing waiting time.