At Sapio, Our Vision Is To Enable Policy Formulators And Stakeholders To Use Intelligence Of Data Thereby, Following The Three Mantras Of
What defines Us
The four pillars that define Sapio’s Mission are: –
- Building a wide product range
- An ability to synergize with other organizations thereby creating a robust ecosystem
- Strong customer relationships and institutional tie-ups
- Dovetail insights from domain experts to improve technology solution
Together, these 4 pillars coupled with the help of new-age technologies will help us deliver our stated goal.
About Our Clients
Our raison detre is creating nation-building products that
can positively impact lives. Our focus is on impacting
change as we believe that revenue will follow in its wake.
This is at the core of our corporate ethos.
Policies need to be supported by data, and governments
across the globe have now started to realize this need. A
set of universal products, backed by artificial intelligence
and machine learning that can automatically contextualize
solutions on a granular level, solve this need.
In the government, decisions seem to be driven more by intuition rather than data (and in cases where its driven by data, use of data is cursory and not high-tech) leading to loss in possible revenue and profits and undesirable impact of policies at all levels. Sapio is solving this problem, probably for the first time anywhere.
– Senior Government Official
We believe policies need to be supported by data, and governments/organisations across the globe have now started to realize this need. Our raison d’être is choosing areas of work within this ambit, that can positively impact lives. We provide futuristic solutions that are changing the way the world operates now.
To create a set of universal products, backed by artificial intelligence and machine learning that can automatically contextualize solutions on a granular level. Our mission is to ensure that our work is all-pervading in it’s scope, giving it universality, as our domains encompass not just Governments – both at the national and state level in India, but also thriving private sector, heritage and cultural institutions, charitable organisations, and other NGOs.