The BCCI launched a digital interface that will enable players to generate invoices for monthly match fees and allowances from any location. The new interface guarantees that manual intervention and delays in player payments will be eliminated.
The Database Management System (ODMS) launched by BCCI secretary Jay Shah promises to reduce the paperwork that has previously caused delays in player payments, particularly at the association level. At the conclusion of tournaments, players had to wait for their state units to raise invoices.
The new interface promises to handle the disparity in match fees effectively, and BCCI pays its domestic cricketers in a graded manner based on seniority.
The status of payments for their invoices can be tracked online by the BCCI, the states, and the players. State Associations are also able to use the online system to submit invoices for hosting costs and participation, and to monitor the payment process on the e-portal. It is also possible to create auditable documents and MIS electronically.
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