Women accelerating India’s digital transformation as IT player employs more female than male

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The impact of the pandemic on the acceleration of digital transformation is visible. India is at the forefront of the digital revolution and its financial inclusion journey is an example for other developing countries to watch. As the government continues its work to create a modern digital infrastructure to bring the benefits of the digital revolution to all, it approved in August this year to extend the Digital India program with an outlay of Rs 14,903 crore to boost digital initiatives.

The Digital India expansion program is aimed at building on the work done under the previous version of the scheme.

The digital revolution also offers enormous potential to improve social and economic outcomes for women. Many digital technology firms have stepped up to help make the government’s digital revolution a huge success.

The rise of the digital infrastructure in recent years has enabled women to be socially and economically independent by ensuring their participation in all ways. Recently, Mumbai-based technology solutions provider Varanium Cloud entered into an agreement with SecUR Credentials to provide high-computing BPO operations in non-urban areas by leveraging its multi-purpose, phy-gital computing infrastructure. It employs more than 125 people, 60 percent of whom are women.

“We have always tried to create a complete ecosystem for the non-urban communities. Post-education facilities are a natural extension of providing ample and lucrative employment opportunities,” said Harshawardhan Sabale, MD.

Offering a wide range of digital solutions including Edtech, Edge Data Centres, Software-as-a-service (SaaS) and more, it has closed the digital skills gap and provided plenty of job opportunities.

The rapid digital adoption has not only increased overall productivity, but has also emerged as a powerful tool for promoting gender equality and empowering women to break barriers.

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