The Tier III datacenter is part of the digital transformation plan of Maharashtra Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA)
Mumbai has 3,293 slum pockets spread over 9,008 acres with over 13 lakh slum dwellers across Mumbai and Thane, eligible for the Housing For All Scheme, according to SRA. The authority has been focusing on digital transformation for transparency has since digitally mapped 1.17 crore documents relating to slum dwellers.
“The datacenter is a crucial element in our ambitious effort to help uplift millions of slum dwellers in the larger Mumbai metropolitan region including Thane. Demolition of slums and the subsequent redevelopment leads to a lot of physical documentation & multiple complex issues during allotment. Digital mapping of documents and data analysis makes this process more efficient and effective besides ensuring increased transparency,” says Sandeep Deshmukh, Secretary, SRA.
“We are proud to be playing our part in a much needed and timely effort to leverage digital transformation and analytics for fulfilling SRA’s objectives. The datacenter is best-in-class and is comparable with any Tier II datacenter of its kind in India,” says Anant Raghute, MD, Innowave IT Infrastructure.