Tigg to provide free accounting system in rural districts of Karnali

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Tigg has joined forces with Minister Krishna Bahadur GC for a digital transformation initiative

Tigg, has joined forces with Minister Krishna Bahadur GC for a dynamic digital transformation initiative for Digital Karnali Mission. Tigg team members had the honor of meeting with Krishna Bahadur GC, the Minister for Internal Affairs and Law of the Karnali Province, on Sunday to discuss digital strategies for enabling the region.

As part of its commitment to leaving no one behind in the digital age, Tigg has offered a free subscription to all businesses registered in 9 districts of Karnali Province (Western Rukum, Salyan, Dolpa, Humla, Jumla, Kalikot, Mugu, Dailekh and Jajarkot district), which would otherwise cost between 20,000 and 32,000 annually. This initiative aims to empower small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by providing them with access to Tigg, enabling them to streamline operations and manage their books effectively.

‘The goal is to transform Karnali digitally, and we are taking one step at a time’ said Minister GC, ‘And I believe applications like Tigg can enable businesses to reap the benefits of digitalization’ This initiative of Minister GC is highly appreciated by the locals.

Tigg strongly believes that embracing digital solutions can help businesses in Karnali Province succeed in the digital era, and they are dedicated to supporting the region's economic growth by providing solutions and empowering local businesses, ensuring no one is left behind in the process of digitalization.

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