Indian social business Akashganga was founded in 1996 and aims to offer e-business programs for dairy cooperatives located in rural areas. "This automatic system is more accurate and efficient than traditional milk collection processes," writes Clearly So on the social aspect of the business. "In addition, Akashganga delivers financial software solutions for village dairy cooperatives."
Products include computerized collection systems, milk analyzer testing machines, data processors, ultrasonic cleaners, milking machines, electronic weighing systems and autohandles. The push for technology in rural areas is an interesting one especially in light of a recent Vice article called "Is This the Century of Africa's Rise" that discusses the alleged economic rise in Africa and how the mainly U.S. media portraits its corporate successes.
Akashganga Creates Technologies for Cooperatives in India
Tiana Reid — January 23, 2013 — Social Good
References: akashganga.in & clearlyso