Brahmagiri Development Society (BDS), Wayanad Kerala
Brahmagiri is a farmers ownership enterprise working on a farm to home value chain model. A rapidly diversifying enterprise, integrating horizontally and vertically, Brahmagiri needed a consultant who could liaise with its functional departments and the IT solution provider to define the system requirements and phase out the implementation of the project. Samooh was the obvious choice of Brahmagiri in this regard.
A turnaround component of SPCS’s revamp and modernisation project ,Samooh conceptualized and executed KRITHI International book fair and Literary festival for two years, 2018 and 2019.
The festival initiated by the Government of Kerala, Co-operative department and organised by Sahithya Pravarthaka Co-operative Society (the co-operative of writers) along with SAMOOH is a literary treat and path breaker in many aspects like state of the art infrastructure, the presence of prominent publishers and literary figures, the wide variety of subjects deliberated and deployment of digital technology.
SPCS-Integrated Organisational IT framework
Another turnaround component of SPCS’s revamp and modernisation project
The proposed integrated IT framework has the following modules:
Salient features of this framework include:
Apartment Management System-Mystic Heights
“T K Ramakrishnan Cultural Foundation” building,Boat Jetty, Kochi
Ernakulam Public Library
Samooh is proud to associate with the Ernakulam Public Library, the prestigious knowledge and cultural institution of Kochi and Kerala, particularly when the institution is celebrating its 150 years of public service. Samooh and its network of consultants and professionals have been part of the system re-engineering efforts of the library. The library has successfully implemented the Koha free software library solution and modernised its lending operations by implementing the RFID technology solution. Sahyan, the IT enterprise framework takes care of the Accounts and Payroll functions in the library.
Community Event Portal
The Community event portal was a different cup of tea for Samooh. The task was to conceive, design, develop and popularise a social web portal. The requirement came from Social Organisation. The project involved an IT component of development of the multi-media portal with web and mobile compatibility. Samooh also had to engage a vast social fraternity in generating content for the project.