TNPDS Case study

Tamil Nadu Public Distribution System replaces their earlier leading
cloud service provider with ESDS’ eNlight which met their requirements

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Introduction

Tamil Nadu Government has implemented the Universal Public Distribution System (UPDS) as there is no exclusion made based on the income criteria of residents. Hon'ble Chief Minister has made the Universal Public Distribution System, friendly for the underprivileged by providing rice, wheat, sugar etc. at free of cost to all eligible card holders from 01/06/2011.

Challenge

Tamil Nadu Public Distribution System was facing issues with their existing cloud providers and the issues were- data security and application management. They wanted a Govt. of India empaneled CSP which could provide them resource scaling facility. They were unsatisfied with a world’s leading cloud service provider because they were finding it difficult to meet their business requirements due to improper resource scaling.

Further, data breach and cost were another main concerns and they were not happy with their earlier CSP.

Benefits for TN PDS

  1. A well optimized IT infrastructure was provided to TN PDS suiting their needs.
  2. The eNlight served as a cost-effective solution and a Pay-Per-Consume billing model
  3. They got a scalable platform, pocket-friendly solution, application support, and MeitY empanelled cloud.
  4. ESDS also handled the maximum limit of 1 lakh + hits during the festive season (Pongal alias Makar Sankranti) with no hindrance and breakdown.

Percentage of Efficiency Achieved by ESDS

When asked about TN PDS’ experience with ESDS, their team had to say a few distinctive lines. “It was smooth working with ESDS’ team as they are India’s best-managed services team for cloud setup. As a growing company and a tried and tested organization, ESDS provided everything we asked for and it was actually a dream project for us as well. They have passionate management and leaders with a vision to deliver best-in-class technology and exuberant customer service and support.”

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