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SAB GROUP's Governance Now launches new initiative

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SAB GROUP's Governance Now launches new initiative

Kailasnath Adhikari, Managing Director of Governance Now, a Sri Adhikari Brothers (SAB GROUP) Enterprise, recently presented the Governance Now India PSU IT Casebook to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Adhikari also discussed various other initiatives of Governance Now in the era of Digital India. Given Modi’s initiative of Digital India, it was the most opportune time to present the India PSU IT Casebook to the PM.

Launched by Governance Now, the India PSU IT Casebook compiles best practices, lateral ideas and technology innovations that could be cross-referenced and shared by public sector companies and various government departments for mutual benefit. It also has insights from leaders, policy makers, and industry veterans. 

Digital India envisions transforming the country into a connected knowledge economy, offering world class citizen services. During interactions with Public Sector enterprises, Governance Now realised that each PSU operates in different market segments, deals with various customer sets and juggles with different business challenges. Now more than ever, it seems imperative for these organisations to undergo a digital transformation to achieve the next level of growth and business transformation. The India PSU IT Casebook is a critical step in that direction.

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