CREW: A Cloud based Revenue model for Rural Entrepreneurial Women in India

J. Hannah Monisha, Dr. V. Rhymend Uthariaraj


The new paradigm Cloud Computing is the next logical step in distributed systems, which supports the sharing and coordinated use of resources, independent of its location and type. Cloud computing allows you to unite pools of servers, storage systems and networks into a single enormous virtual resource pool so that you can use it for single resource-intensive task. This technology has the potential to address the unmet needs of Indian villagers from education to market access. In India, Self Help Groups (SHGs) represents a unique group of poor women who have volunteered to organize themselves into a group for eradication of poverty of its members. The main objective of this research paper is to exploit the Cloud technology as a profit making model for the SHGs of the country. This paper explores and discusses in detail the need for the proposed model, its benefits, its various components, their responsibilities, the trading process, requirements for feasibility and other initiatives that work towards the economic growth of entrepreneurial rural women in India. The proposed model CREW will certainly provide a strong sustainable economical grip to transform the economically disadvantaged women to be Self – Reliant.

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