India is the global leader in IT services and sourcing industry with a share of more than 55%. It contributes on an average, 8% to the country’s GDP and is the largest employer in the private sector in India. It is also the 2 nd biggest tech startup hub, home to the some of the fastest growing technology clusters in the World and on its way to becoming a knowledge & innovation hub. India’s digital economy has seen phenomenal growth with contribution from all players including policy makers, global conglomerates and home-grown companies & startups.
With global value chains and Industry 4.0 changing the landscape of our industries, businesses and markets, technology plays a very crucial role in these journeys of evolution journeys. We. at Primus Partners, with our vast experience in Technology Strategy & Digital Transformations, help in the realisation of such objectives across varied public and private sectors:
Some of the solutions and services we deliver include:
Devroop has about 18 years of experience working with prominent clients both in the public and private sector in areas like, Biometrics & Identity Management, Justice & Security, Government Transformation, Digital & New Age Technologies, Film Archival, Skill Development, Urban and Sanitation. He has worked on marque projects and initiatives including Aadhaar (Unique ID), Smart Cities, e-District (Technology led district transformation program for e-Services), Swachh Bharat (Clean India program), Modernization and Digitization of film archive. He has led multi-disciplinary and large teams in delivering client projects. His clients included global conglomerates, stock exchanges, large pharma companies, State and Central (Federal) Governments, Urban Local Bodies, donors and multilaterals.
Arun has over two decades of experience in Digital Transformation across the Public and Private sector domains, leveraging deep-tech solutions for various Government clients such as Civil Supplies, Urban, Police, Telecom, Dairy, Textiles, Healthcare, Education, Employment, Water, Registration, Revenue, etc. In the past two decades he has successfully led 150+ marquee federal transformations, servicing clients across the globe, and has extensively managed marquee multi-lateral donor agencies such as ADB, World Bank, KFW, JICA and AFD to name a few.
Avijit Dhar is an accomplished IT professional with 25+ years of experience in architecting complex IT systems, delivering successful projects, and recovering challenging initiatives. His expertise spans enterprise architecture, microservices, cloud, mobility, information security, data warehousing, business intelligence, and big data analytics. Avijit excels in enterprise architecture, delivery management, project management, and solution architecture. He has contributed to prestigious national and international projects like Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission and UMANG, showcasing his ability to deliver exceptional outcomes on a global scale. Avijit is TOGAF 9.2 certified and an AWS Certified Solution Architect Professional. Passionate about open-source software, he has implemented successful solutions based on open-source applications.
Suraj has about 17 years of professional experience in technology and digital transformation, e-Governance, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship across different locations in India, Europe, USA, Africa. At Primus Partners, he Co-Leads the Technology Potential Realization service with a focus on driving innovative solutions in technology. Prior to joining Primus Partners, he had worked with organizations such as KPMG, PwC, Deloitte and Wipro.
Prateek has more than 11 years of experience in the e-Governance domain advising clients on conceptualizing, implementing and sustaining IT/ITeS based projects. He has extensive experience of the working with Governments across the country including States like Maharashtra, Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh and has led & executed a wide variety of projects which include conducting feasibility studies, formulating implementation roadmaps, project conceptualization and project monitoring. He has also been part of key Government projects like Smart Cities, CCTNS and e-District. Prateek comes with a hands-on experience of IT implementation having worked as a Scientific Officer at National Informatics Centre (NIC), MeiTY and as a software tester with Tech Mahindra in his previous assignments.
Primus Partners is working with a leading State Governments in India in driving the project management and consultancy for a digital transformation of Gram Panchayats. The aim is to bring about a paradigm shift in governance and citizen delivery by shifting from manual Governance to e- Governance and invoking citizen participation and transparency.
Primus Partners has been working with the Government of Karnataka to assess its competitiveness in global and national rankings, assuring the State retains its top positions and also design a 10 year roadmap and vision for the State’s ecosystem.
Primus Partners (through GT) has been working with the Government of Haryana (HBH) for Implementation of Affordable rental Housing scheme. In this scheme, flats constructed for EWS category in Group Housing (GH) colonies of Haryana state under the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, will be made available to intended target group (EWS population) on rental basis. Model for offering such EWS units on rental basis to service personnel working within a group housing colony is likely to iron out most of policy related issues and targeting of intended beneficiaries is also likely to be extremely effective.
Primus Partners is working with Government of Haryana (GoH) to implement Parivar Pehchan Patra (PPP), which is a flagship project of the Government. The project aims to provide a unique identity to all the families residing in the State. Once successfully created and updated, this database of families shall be the single source of truth for beneficiary data in the state of Haryana, with family as a unit. The database will go on to fulfil the vision of linking various social benefit schemes to a common database, hence eliminating the need for the citizen to provide repetitive information & documentary proofs across government services.