In the wake of India’s recent economic slowdown, a number of companies have announced their intention to invest in India’s nascent digital economy.
One such company is Digital India, a company which provides digital infrastructure for small and medium enterprises.
The firm has already launched an app called Diving & Diving that allows people to learn to dive.
The company is also working with the government on a pilot project in which they are offering financial services in the form of a pilot app.
With the aim of developing more innovative applications for the Indian digital economy, Digital India has teamed up with a number startups and corporates.
These companies are all working on digital services that will allow people to manage their own businesses and work remotely.
The digital transformation is occurring in tandem with an ongoing economic crisis, but the impact is not yet clear.
Digital India CEO, Ramesh Srinivasan, said that the government is helping companies like Digital India create the right infrastructure to support their growth.
“There are certain industries in India which are going through a rapid transformation.
But these are the sectors where it is really difficult for the government to ensure that these companies are actually doing their job,” he told TechCrunch India.
Srinavsan added that it will take some time for digital infrastructure to take hold in the country.
“But we think that it is going to happen,” he said.
“India has seen some huge transformations over the last few years and there is an urgent need to build the infrastructure for digital transformation.
And we have seen the success of some companies like DigiDive in providing services to remote workers, but I believe that we need to do more.
Digital Indian is working with several startups and other large companies to create these applications and services.”
Digital India’s app for remote workers is called Dive & Dive.
The app is a self-service tool that allows remote workers to learn how to dive in a number to learn more about the dive.
“This is the first time that Digital India is working on a project that gives the remote workers a tool that will let them make money and save,” said Srinivans.
Digital India has partnered with a few small and large companies that have launched apps for remote employees in the past, and it is working to bring these apps to the masses.
One of the companies is called Hint.
The startup is also in the process of launching a platform where remote workers can set up their own financial account, with a secure, transparent platform where people can access their money.
“The focus right now is on the app for the remote worker.
We are also working on an app for small businesses and corporators,” said Rajeev Singh, CEO of Hint, in an interview with TechCrunch.
“We are also looking at ways to get more people in touch with the remote workforce through our mobile app.”
With the help of government funding, Digital Indias app will be available to download in the next few weeks, and the company hopes to roll out a beta version soon.
The team is also launching a crowdfunding campaign to help it get its app out into the real world.
“A lot of companies are starting to build their apps for people that are remotely working,” said Singh.
“I think we need a way to provide remote workers the tools to build these apps that can help them work remotely.”