The objective of the workshop was to share the learnings from Sarathi’s first year of implementation and create a platform which promotes better project steering and sustainability of the outcomes. The discussions included Sarathi’s learnings from challenges faced in acquiring RMG factories so partner commercial banks can initiate wage digitization and in conducting financial literacy trainings for RMG workers and their peer groups. Sarathi also analyzed and reviewed the performance of its partner commercial banks in opening bank accounts. This analysis was used to provide guidance and direction to the commercial banks for more efficient performance in future acquisitions. Sarathi team was able to discuss possible modifications to its implementation activities to suit the requirements of the RMG factories. The project was also able to highlight some risks identified (RMG workers providing false nominees, sharing pin numbers with others, etc.) and discuss means of minimizing the risks. Feedback and participation from commercial banks and RMG factories enriched the understanding of the challenges, mitigation methods and necessary action for better transition into a digitized wage disbursement system for both parties as well as for Sarathi.