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Vision

Vision

Technology has been the core engine of development of the society. Right from visually observing fire to manually being able to produce fire, to finally controlling how, when and where to produce fire, and, finally how to use fire for the benefit of mankind. Many similar story in the history of mankind – be it discovery of wheel and its use, metal extraction and use, wind power to sail the boat, discovery of electricity, telecommunication, airplane and numerous more to the endless list.

And, the driver behind all these innovation were "collective wisdom" inherent in the culture of the localities and manifests in business, lifestyle, social and civic infrastructure. It is therefore important, that such collective wisdom should get the power of information technology to accelerate the progress through innovation.  

We strive to help the society achieve this. We want to help them with awareness of current and emerging best practices, help them leverage technologies to create applications that reflects realities of their ecosystem; to improve, expand and secure their existing interests. We want to collaborate and partner with them to innovate and realize new potentials. We aim to achieve this this by continuously exploring current and emerging global best practices, identifying critical technology (hardware, software, connectivity and services), making them available, applicable and affordable.
Philosophy

Philosophy

From a simple calculator, typewriter to machine learning, artificial intelligence, and cognitive; information technology has percolated in almost all aspect of life. In the world of business, it has emerged as an incredible source of control over business, efficiency, productivity, ability to reach stakeholders (customer, partners). Altogether it has tremendous potential to create competitive edge for the haves over the have nots. Socially it’s perhaps the strongest instrument to carry out any welfare initiatives by government, NGOs and Civic bodies. It gives tremendous support to governance, distribution, and control of civic facilities.

Newer innovations in the field of Information technology makes the learning curve quite steep and many developing and under developed countries are often left behind in terms of awareness, adoption and leveraging of information technology. In fact, there is a big demand-supply gap in terms of who needs the most and who has the most.

Information Technology trends such as Digital Transformation, Internet of Things (IOT), Advanced Analytics (Big Data, Machine Learning, Cognitive), Information Security – makes it even more important or critical to make it available, applicable, efficient and affordable to the people who actually need it.