How the National Automated Clearing House (NACH) mandate is simplifying financial transactions for one and all

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How the National Automated Clearing House (NACH) mandate is simplifying financial transactions for one and all

Online financial transfers have surpassed traditional payment methods in recent years. Large sums of money can now be easily transferred across borders using an internet banking service. With the advancement of internet banking and payment systems, the use of plastic money such as debit and credit cards has skyrocketed. E.g. People can apply for a personal loan online rather than visiting a physical branch, making it more accessible to the general population. 


Similarly, NACH was established to reinforce the many ECS systems that operate around the country. The National Automated Clearing House (NACH) is a clearing house system that was implemented by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). NACH was created to automate and manage payments across numerous banks, as well as to manage repetitive or regular payments such as power bills, SIPs, insurance premiums, loans, and any other repeating payment. 


The National Automated Clearing House (NACH) is a centralized organization that was established to integrate numerous ECS systems across the country, to provide a foundation for standardization and norms, and to reduce local barriers/inhibitors.  

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Advantages of NACH

The NACH system is intended to have a national footprint and will cover all core banking-enabled bank branches across the country, regardless of location. NACH is a fast and efficient clearing platform that was designed to make payments easier and more cost-effective. 

How NACH works

Step 1

The corporate
(or money-collecting agency) collects the NACH mandate form from customers.

Step 2

The corporate verify the details provided by the customer in the mandate form.

Step 3

After verification of details, the corporate forwards the NACH mandate to its bank.

Step 4

The corporate’s
bank then shares the NACH mandate with the NPCI.

Step 5

Once the information is validated, the NPCI forwards the mandate to the customer’s bank for approval.

Step 6

Once approved by the customer’s bank, the corporate is authorized to collect funds from the customer’s account.

NACH is being adopted to assist anyone who makes substantial monthly payments. The NACH system benefited customers, banks, and organizations all equally. 

For Consumers

For Organizations

For Banks

As we can see, NACH Mandate offers several benefits for both customers and businesses. It also simplifies the organization and monitoring of every transaction by banks. NACH Mandate has become a significant component of the personal loan procedure because it enables timely payment of EMIs and other recurring payments. 


It protects parties who deal with huge numbers of transactions on a daily basis. Every small or large firm can benefit from NACH’s unified settlement system for the secure payment and collection of payments at regular intervals. The RBI governs the NACH system, making it a centralized institution for monitoring and managing all transactions in the country. 

How can MIMO help in this process?

The collection and verification of proper documentation are critical to the success of any company. MIMO can verify, compile, and deliver required documents to you, as well as ensure that they are obtained, managed, and supplied on time. 


MIMO has extensive experience in the finance industry, which includes institutions such as banks, microfinance institutions, and non-bank financial companies (NBFCs). 

Our services in this domain include:  

  • NACH Pickup 
  • Loan Application & Documentation 
  • Agreements 
  • Cheque Pickup 
  • Credit Card Application & Documentation 
  • Business Documents 
  • KYC Documents

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How the Pandemic has forced companies to innovate Document Collection practices.

How the Pandemic has forced companies to innovate Document Collection practices.

With the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic and efforts to contain it through public health measures, social distancing, lockdown, and quarantine measures, the data and assessment landscape is facing long-term impact, which could provide the long-awaited push for all stakeholders providing international assistance to re-invent not only how to collect important business documents in the coming months, but also to translate the accumulated rich experience into current practices.

The difficulties that the pandemic creates in accessing communities and collecting important documents will affect not only the humanitarian community but all stakeholders who rely on up-to-date data for response and planning. Document Collection during a pandemic involves several important challenges. Even while lockdown restrictions appear to be reducing, the techniques utilized in the “old normal” may not be fit for purpose at the current stage of the crisis. Continued restrictions on local and international travel, as well as employee incapacity (or unwillingness) to visit offices and storage facilities, may jeopardize a company’s ability to collect all required documents and data.

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Here are a few suggestions for implementing an efficient document collection and review program during the current pandemic:

Data Mapping is critical

This has always been a crucial tenet for any internal inquiry – but given the complexities of accessing documents, a detailed custodian and data map showing the location and recoverability of physical and electronic documents and data must be developed.

Collating Physical Documents

With the lockdown easing, it is becoming somewhat simpler, if not practicable, to collate hard copy documents. If they can be safely compiled, think about where the physical documents can be delivered. Consider if it is essential or cost-effective to digitize the data using scanning software.
Is there a secure hub nearby that reviewers can access in a COVID-safe manner? If it is not possible to retrieve physical documents safely, businesses should carefully consider how to preserve and secure them so that they can be recovered at a later period.

Electronic documents and data

This is one instance where technology can be advantageous. There are numerous methods in which IT forensic teams may assist businesses in gathering data remotely. This can range from typical in-person attendance at offices to “image” data (although on a socially distanced basis) to full forensic copying of the essential data.

The pandemic’s challenges to successful document collecting can be overcome with a little innovation and innovative thinking, as well as patience and planning. Collecting and verifying proper documents is vital for the success of any organization. MIMO can verify, compile, and deliver required documents to you, and ensure that they are properly obtained, managed, and delivered without delay.

MIMO has proven experience in the Finance industry which includes institutions such as Banks, MFI’s, and NBFCs. Our services in this domain include:

MIMO can compile, gather, and manage vast quantities of documents without risking privacy.

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