Meanwhile, in another part of India, was a young mind, Raghu, who lived in the rural south of India. His journey towards innovation began when he was tasked to switch on the water irrigation system for his farm every morning. This involved a walk of several kilometres. He solved this by using an old Nokia handset and a SIM card stuck to a small chip. He programmed it to switch on with a missed call and switch off with another missed call. Thus, began his journey towards innovation which later saw him in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most apps developed in a day.
Ram and Raghu soon embarked on this journey together - a serial entrepreneur and a serial developer. After much trial, error, tribulation and innovation, their first success story was in Ghana. Once this was successfully implemented, it resulted in more banks in Africa and the footprint expanded to South East Asia, South Asia, Central Asia and Russia.
Whilst the journey continues it always seeks to answer the question ‘Why Can’t We?'