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  1. Presentation on OPUS INFOSOFT Business An initiative from Shrikrishna singh
  2.  About OPUS INFOSOFT  Business Overview  Operations Overview  OPUS as Technical Solution  Technology @ OPUS INFOSOFT OverviewOverview
  3. About Opus Infosoft
  4. About Opus InfosoftAbout Opus Infosoft  Opus Infosoft is a Company establish from 2012.  Opus Infosoft is Doing business of Online Services, Recharge, Api, Software, Recharge Hardware, Real Estate, Hosting,Seo and web designing.  Opus infosoft's mandate is to provide online services through electronic terminals which include verticals like;  Prepaid recharges  Bill Payment  DTH Recharge  Online reservation  Money Transfer  At present Opus Infosoft is having more than 40,000 electronic terminals and is present in 16 states.
  5. Opus Info soft – Key HighlightsOpus Info soft – Key Highlights  India’s largest E-pin distributor and aggregator.  Strong financial standing with debt free operations.  Quality conscious: ISO 9001:2000 certificate.  Opus aspires to mark its Global presence by providing its Tech Solutions to various overseas entrepreneurs.
  6. Business Overview
  7. Business Overview: Online service Industry – Market Size  Telecom The estimated Indian pre-paid recharge market is approx. INR 1 Crore/month  TV Recharge The estimated TV recharge market is approx. INR 2.5 Crore  Online Reservation  Bill Collection
  8. Business Overview Services Offered by Opus Info Soft  Pre Paid Products All Prepaid products like Mobile recharge, TV recharge ,Postpaid Bill, online reservation, money transfer, web development, designing, hosting, Recharge & SMS Api, Recharge Hardware etc…  Pin based (E-Vouchers)  Pins-less (E-Top up) Services Tie-up  Mobile GSM - BSNL, Vodafone, Airtel, IDEA, LOOP, MTNL, Aircel CDMA - Reliance, TATA  TV Recharge - Tata Sky, Dish TV, Sun TV, Big TV, Airtel TV
  9. Business Overview Services Offered by Opus
  10. Business Overview Services Offered by Opus Contd..  Bill Collection  Electricity  Telecom Post paid  Tax Collection  Insurance premium
  11. Business Overview Services Offered by Opus Contd..  Services Coming Soon  Bill Payment We are planning to offer Bill Payment Services for small retail chains and retailers through our terminals  Electronic Fund Transfer We will be entering this segment as and when government deregulates this market, at present we are exploring the possibility of foreign remittance segment.
  12. Operations Overview
  13. Opus is present in 16 states of India such as: Delhi and NCR Punjab Haryana West Bengal Orissa Assam Uttar Pradesh East Karnataka Tamil Nadu/Chennai Madhya Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Rajasthan Jharkhand Himachal Pradesh Gujarat Maharashtra/Mumbai Goa Opus Operations in India
  14. Opus Office / Call CentreOpus Office / Call Centre LUCKNOW [UP]
  15. Access TerminalsAccess Terminals  PC POS  Android  Mobile Phones  Web Portal: Windows based PC Any android mobile phone. Wide range of CDMA and GSM phones on GPRS connectivity
  16. Opus ChannelsOpus Channels  Existing Opus Channel  Retail Chains - National, Regional, City Specific  Corporate Retailers  Home based retailers  API business associate
  17. Opus StrengthsOpus Strengths  In House Technical development, necessary on going changes / improvement as per demand of business can be done internally  National tie up with Approx all telecom operator’s.  Flexi for all operators  Strong network of retailers across 680 towns in India.  Cash Management as in India business is done through cash for the services offered.  Financial standing, manpower resources, Retailer / Distributor Management experience of 3 decades
  18. Opus as Technical Solutions
  19.  A comprehensive Electronic Distribution Software Application and Services.  Opus offers end to end comprehensive online connectivity from the cellular operators to the point of sale.  Covers Mobile top-up, TV recharges, Reservations and much more.  Supports various kinds of connectivity with the service providers.  Supports extensive range of Retail POS hardware and connectivity.  Database structure classified into Vendors, Retailers, Products & Denominations. Opus as Technical Solutions
  20. Opus as Technical Solutions Contd..  Supports direct top-up of prepaid accounts & electronic voucher distribution – EVD.  Opus software is compatible to various points of sales such as EFTPOS, PC & Mobile or on Web.  Type of operations: Online sales, API , Recharge Development etc.  Reports: Stock reports, Retailer balance details, Daily sales, Print last sale etc…  Indefinitely Scalable  Centralized control & real time information.
  21. Technology @ OPUS
  22.  Network overview  Application overview  Access Terminals  Redundancy arrangements  Security / Integrity  E-recharge  Collection workflow ContentsContents
  23. Network OverviewNetwork Overview Disaster Recovery CenterActive Data Center Level3 compliant super redundant facility Server ClusterSecurity/Firewall/VPNServer Cluster Communications Layer VSAT GPRS CDMA Inet Dial-up Cable WiFi Point of Sale Terminals
  24. Network ComponentsNetwork Components  Access Network  CDMA – We use CDMA-1X modems built in FWP/FWT to access nearby BTS. PPA used to optimize signal strength.  GPRS – We use Class 2, Class 10 and EDGE Modems as per the supported networks of multiple operators.  Broadband – We use ADSL, xDSL modem with integrated router.  VSAT – We use SCPC / TDMA based VSATs from Gilat.  Transport Network  Multiple MPLS VPN Networks and bridging across multiple service providers used for redundancy.  Network termination using STM-1 Mux on fiber ring.  Routers and Switches are in redundant and manageable configuration.
  25. Network Components Contd..Network Components Contd..  Core Network  Layer 3 Switching in redundant configuration.  Multi-Path backbone router termination.  SAN with dark fiber connectivity for synchronous replication.  World class collocation with ample bandwidth.  NMS  All critical components of the network are SNMP compliant.  Use a combination of HPOV and EGV.  Managed services from Services Providers backed by in- house NOCs.  Automatic Notification & Escalation.
  26. Application OverviewApplication Overview POS Terminals Regional/Zonal/ Head Offices Retail Application Monitoring & Management RDBMS (MySql) Web Components Device Middleware LAMP Stack Architecture – Linux, Apache, MySql, PHP
  27. Storage, Back-up & Redundancy ArrangementsStorage, Back-up & Redundancy Arrangements  Three site redundancy – Primary, Near DR, Far DR to meet Recovery time and recovery point objectives.  HP DL580 G3/G4 servers: Quad Dual Core Xeons, 8-16GB RAM, RAID, RPS.  12 Production and 4 support servers X 2 sites.  Storage HP EVA 8000.  Array-to-Array Synchronous replication between Primary and Near DR over dedicated dark fiber.  Application based Asynchronous replication between Primary and far DR sites.  LAN free automated back-up on media library, 30 levels deep.  SNMP based monitoring & management (HP OV, eGurkha)
  28. Security / Integrity he ICT set-up of SDLA has robust security provisions as per the latest and state of the art technology. The focus on IT security of SDLA encompasses the following areas:  Access Level Security  Network Level Security  Access Network  Transport Network  Core (Backbone) Network  Authentication and Authorization  Application Level Security  Operational Practices involving IT Security
  29. Security / IntegritySecurity / Integrity Access Level Vulnerabilities Measure examples:  Application restrictions  Hardware Identity validation (Processor, HDD etc)  Modem Identity (MIN validation using MSID/IMEI)  VPN/IPSec client  User Authorization  Terminal Authorization
  30. Our Carrier Class FirewallOur Carrier Class Firewall  NetScreen from Juniper Networks  General Features  DHCP support, DoS attack prevention, Firewall protection, NAT support, PAT support, VLAN support, VPN  End-Point Security features  Complete, secure access to Server resources, ensuring that the endpoint device, data in transit, and internal resources are secure.  Seamless integration with broad range of authentication methods and protocols.  Juniper’s Endpoint Defense Initiative includes native functionality and client-and server-side APIs for effective enforcement and unified administration of best-of-breed endpoint security.
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