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Is DPI the next Y2K
BlogDigital Transformation
November 13, 2023

Is DPI the next Y2K?

Y2K established India as a reliable provider of global IT services. DPI is transforming India into a leader in the digital economy. Is DPI the next Y2K moment for India, where it transitions from a provider of custom IT solutions to a provider of national digital infrastructure?
Flipping the Narrative
BlogSustainable Development
October 27, 2023

Flipping the Narrative

The Global Hunger Index (GHI) 2023 ranked India 111 out of 125 countries. The Indian Government promptly rejected the ranking, saying that it was a flawed measure of ‘hunger’. GHI is calculated by aggregating and normalizing multi-dimensional data, which include mortality rates of children under five, undernutrition among children, and…
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BlogSustainable Development
October 16, 2023

Achieving SDGs – An Actionable Framework

The Metraa framework leverages open data, digital transformation, digital public infrastructure, and sustainable models for service delivery. This framework will foster collaborations and partnerships, boost local entrepreneurship, and put countries on a path towards sustainable resilience and social equity.
Digital Transformation Guaranteed
BlogDigital Transformation
August 17, 2023

Digital Transformation Guaranteed

Digital transformations fail in the gap between user expectation and user experience. Failure is a function of adoption. If users do not migrate to the digital services and applications, then objectives will not be met. Is there a way to address the adoption gap? Is there a way that we…
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Blog
July 6, 2023

One Earth, One Future – Going Beyond GDP

Climate change is a reality, an unfortunate consequence of our singular focus on GDP as the measure of a country's progress. Can we use SDG indicators along with GDP to provide a more comprehensive view of people and planetary wellbeing?
The Rash that Cost $1538
BlogSustainable Development
January 4, 2023

The Rash that Cost $1538

We look into 50 years of health care data and propose a new model that right-aligns market forces and aligns profits with quality of care and health outcomes. The Direct-Care Capitation Payments model will significantly improve community health indices at about a third of the costs.