"I see IT as a change-agent. It empowers, connects and can bind isolated parts of the nation and create harmony. IT can join people with governments, bridge the gap between demand and supply, and can bring us closer to knowledge." said Mr. Narendra Modi, the prime minister of India, and we couldn't agree with him more.
With the government embracing technology and with a large talent pool of young techies in our country, there are no limits to what we can achieve in the future. We hope to see a full scale implementation of e-Governance across the country in the coming days. Bringing the government and people closer to each other and allowing for greater transparency.
E-governance at its best.
We believe there is a lot of potential for development in the government, but for the monster of a organization that it is bringing along any change is a nightmare in itself. But “if there is will there is a way” and we have worked very hard to bring about those changes in some of its major departments with the help of technology, thus solving some major problems for the government and the general public. While working so closely with the government we have learned that E-Governance is a brilliant way to run the government and we have started working towards it right from then. With the power of the web and the reach that it has to even the remotest locations the government can now handle things more efficiently and transparently.