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Digital OutReach Platform

  • Achieve Better Reach to Prospects / Clients
  • Advertise New Products and Offers
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Business Search Platform

  • Search and locate Businesses and Utilities
  • Receive Offers and Discounts


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Business Cards Platform

  • Easily Design, Create, Issue, Share, Store & Retrieve Cards
  • Help Save our Forests, Save Trees & Water
  • Help in reducing Global Warming


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Hiring Visibility Platform

  • Automatically Update CV’s, with promotions & achievements
  • Be Visible to Recruiters

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Social
Update Platform*

  • Automatically Update your Social Sites with Achievements and Promotions


" * Not a standard feature yet. Subject to Feasible integrations in the future "

about us

  Overview

SoViCa is a Platform and is standard for “Soft Visiting Cards”, we wanted to create a seamless experience that is better than the conventional means. That meant removing all existing barriers of card creation, issuance, sharing, storing and usage, and making the process as simple as possible. We also wanted to add more innovative features around it. SoViCa incidentally also signifies “So We Care- Care for the Nature and the Mother earth.” It is a small step to get everyone aligned to this and put in an effort, not only to save trees but also to ensure that we plant more and maintain them. At the same time, we intend to reduce CO2 emissions and reduce water pollution. The matter of Saving Trees and Planting more of them has become a necessity rather than an option. Some stark facts are as under

1. India ranks 177/180 countries in steps taken to arrest Global warming.

2. There are only 28 trees per person in India which is one of the lowest compared to approx. 9000 trees per person in Canada

3. India imports pulp to cater to its paper needs

4. It is estimated that by 2020 40% of Indian states would have scarcity of water.

5. Temperatures are touching new highs year on year.

Objectives
• Find alternate digital options for all paper-based applications.
• Aim Primarily to Save Trees. Reduce Co2 emissions, Reduce Water pollution, Increase ground water levels.
• Create a sustained fund which will be deployed to Plant trees.
• Enable Lower end skill workers to be part of the digital ecosystem and have direct access to customers.
• Offer a new Digital Platform which is non-invasive in nature for the user.
• Create and offer a single integrated platform to users which addresses multiple HUMAN NEEDS rather than addressing individual HUMANS'S NEED
• Reach out to tier 2 and 3 cities and also to move down to rural markets

PLATFORM BRIEF: The platform offers

• Digital Business Card Option as the core offering - includes Creating and managing Business Cards, Achieving Zero Wastage, Converting received Physical cards to digital cards, etc., adding Rich features to the Business Card functionality.
• Business offerings and Discounts Option - Individuals and Businesses can upload offers and discounts. A new Method of being there, where needed at the right time needed.
• Business Search Option - Fundamentally the other side of Offers....here users can seek various offers and discounts on items that they need, at the right moment and at the right place. Also, can check for offers in other areas / cities.
• Essential Utility Provisioning option - Provision to on-board less privileged skilled workers to be on the digital platform and giving them direct access to customers.
• Highway Emergency Services Option - Crowd sourcing option - Add on feature which helps app users to seek Emergency Highway services like Puncture-walas, Mechanics, Clinics etc when on the move.
• Digital Invoicing Option - Helps Businesses to directly raise and deliver digital invoices to the users. Helps user to manage multiple invoices in a jiffy.
• Recruitment Option - Also couples up as a Recruitment platform where prospects can upload their resumes and recruiters can parse through and access digital resumes in a single platform.

We are SoViCa and we are here to make digital cards smarter than ever, helping your businesses to
a. Achieve better
b. Reach better
c. Save better
d. Manage better
e. Connect with clients & prospects better
f. Help the Greener Initiative better
g. Save trees and water better


testimonials

"SoViCa the Platform - brings out the immense potential, a humble Visiting card can bring about in its Digitised Avatar. The Platform is extremely well thought about and weaves up an array of simple but strong functionalities around the digitised card and will become a boon for everyone who downloads and or Subscribes to the services........Wish the SoViCa team a great success ahead ....."

/ Gajanan Sakhare
Director, SmartCloud
Infoservices Pvt. Ltd. Pune

"It's amazing idea, where our flora will be secured, Every share of this e-visiting card will be able to save trees. It will really reduce burden on forest. Will completly endose this product for future of our green."

Vijay Nishant
Urban Conservationalist,
Tree Doctor,Tree Committee Member, Karnataka

our team

Prashant Rajput

Ravi Deshmukh

Dr.Sonia Rajput

Rahul Rajput

Pavan Padole

Anand Bholane

Kaustubh Barhate

Sandhya Damare





SoViCa Benefits

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Company

  • Basic SoViCa Can be Designed in very little time
  • SoViCa Can be changed with minimal effort
  • Can deliver SoViCa instantly to User
  • Can Withdraw SoViCa once an Employee Leaves organisation
  • Can reach out to Clients who hold SoViCa’s
  • Can Save Costs with SoViCa
  • Can send out Notifications using SoViCa’s
  • Can Redesign all SoViCa’s without any cost
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Users

  • Gets SoViCa instantly
  • Does not have to carry SoViCa’s
  • Update your phone contacts in a jiffy
  • Always on Anytime Anywhere
  • Can track all the Shares User does
  • All Receivers know when User Gets promoted or changes Jobs
  • Can reach out to all contacts in just one Click
  • Has an Automated Resume Option
  • Can be Verified as the authenticated User
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Receivers

  • Contacts get automatically updated with Senders Basic details
  • Get to know when a User gets promoted
  • Update your phone contacts in a jiffy
  • Get to know when a User quits
  • Get to know who replaced the quitting User
  • Get to know various Offers available
  • With Auto Navigation feature find office locations of Users
  • Enhanced Safety for Housewives with Photo SoViCa’s
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Benefits and Features


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Soft Visting card

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Design : Brilliant colours


  March 23rd, 2016

A punch of colour on your custom business card adds flair and style. Design your card with colours that illustrate features of your company – if your company is bright and fun, choose a business card with vibrant hues.

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Business card


  June 23rd, 2016

An effective business card should have: Job Title. Tell contacts know who you are and what you do. Contact Information. Include a phone number, email, website and social media profiles.A Visual with Breathability. Allow for white space in the design.

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Business Cards now come
with Photos and location

  September 25rd, 2016

Add your photo or photo of your service member to authenticate him on visits. You can also add location on your card now and this would be absolutely accurate. This would help a new comer to your city to easily locate you / your office.

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    Cauvery Calling: A Daring Venture


      4 Sept 2019

    Cauvery Calling, an initiative taken by the Isha foundation, is a powerful reminder of how it can be used to improve peoples’ lives. It is a cry for help to save the agriculture, save the land, and save the lives of the farmers of the Cauvery basin, which stretches for 800 kilometres north-west to South-east across Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. What makes it different is that

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    source by outlookindia.com

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    The Amazon rainforest’s worst-case scenario is near


      27 Aug 2019

    The Amazon rainforest is still burning.Blazes have been torching the world’s largest tropical forest for three weeks now. French President Emmanuel Macron called it an “international crisis” and put the fires on the agenda of the G7 meeting over the weekend, triggering a diplomatic spat with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.

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    source by vox.com

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    Melting of Himalayan glaciers has doubled in recent years


      19 June 2019

    A newly comprehensive study shows that melting of Himalayan glaciers caused by rising temperatures has accelerated dramatically since the start of the 21st century. The analysis, spanning 40 years of satellite observations across India, China, Nepal and Bhutan, indicates that glaciers have been losing the equivalent of more than a vertical

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    source by www.sciencedaily.com

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    Can planting billions of trees save the planet?


      19 June 2019

    When Clare Dubois’s car skidded on an icy road in Stroud, Gloucestershire, a tree prevented her vehicle tumbling into a ravine. It was, she says, a sign. Humanity is nearing a precipice. Trees can stop us going over the edge.In 2014, their new charity funded its first 12,000 trees by encouraging western women to make small monthly donations to reforestation

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    source by www.theguardian.com

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    World to Face Record-High Temperatures Every Year


      17 June 2019

    When I say, "how about that heat wave," perhaps you think of the western United States, where temperatures last week soared above 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 degrees Celsius), smashing dozens of historical heat records from Oregon to Arizona.Or maybe you think of India — where intense heat has scorched the country for more than a month

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    source by www.livescience.com

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    Arctic Permafrost Is Going Through a Rapid Meltdown


      13 June 2019

    In the Canadian Arctic, layers of permafrost that scientists expected to remain frozen for at least 70 years have already begun thawing. The once-frozen surface is now sinking and dotted with melt ponds and from above looks a bit like Swiss cheese, satellite images reveal."We were astounded that this system responded so quickly to the higher

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    source by www.livescience.com

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    Deep sea carbon reservoirs may superheat Earth again


      11 June 2019

    As concern grows over human-induced climate change, many scientists are looking back through Earth’s history to events that can shed light on changes occurring today. Analysing how the planet’s climate system has changed in the past improves our understanding of how it may behave in the future.It is now clear from these studies that abrupt warming

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    source by indiaclimatedialogue.net

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    Global warming threatens Lakshadweep’s coral reefs


      20 October 2018

    For most of us, thinking about Lakshadweep islands conjures images of pristine beaches, clear blue seas and fascinating coral reefs that are home to a diversity of plant and animal life.A nearly two-decade-long study by the Oceans and Coasts Program of the Nature Conservation Foundation’s (NCF) has found that the absolute coral cover in

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    source by hindustantimes.com

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    More forest fires may burn as climate change triggers extreme weather patterns, warns govt

      10 October 2018

    Forest fires in India might increase in the coming days because of extreme weather patterns triggered by climate change, warns a report by the Union environment ministry and the World Bank. It shows 20 districts in central India accounted for 48% of the total area burnt by forest fires between 2003 and 2016.In a separate event earlier in the day, Vardhan said

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    source by hindustantimes.com

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    Kerala Floods Cited At UN To Urge Faster Action On Climate Change

      26 September 2018

    UNITED NATIONS:UN General Assembly President Maria Fernanda Espinosa cited the recent devastating floods in Kerala, among other natural disasters wrecking havoc across the world, to make a call to the world leaders to achieve progress on agreements aimed at slowing climate change.In her address to the world leaders, she listed her priorities, saying

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    source by NDTV

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    Fast melting Arctic ice may hit Indian monsoon: Study


      18 August 2018

    The polar Arctic zone, which has been melting for much of the last two centuries, shows an accelerated pace after 1970, a new paper published by scientists at the National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research (NCAOR) at Goa this week has said.The Centre also said that faster melting of Arctic ice can have adverse implications for Indian monsoon rain.

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    source by hindustantimes.com

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    Earth overshoot day: Today the planet runs out of natural resources

      01 August 2018

    This year, August 1 marks the Earth Overshoot Day, the day when humanity would have used up all the natural resources that can be replenished by the Earth within a year.This year, the day arrives one day earlier than last year and is the earliest since the overshoot began in the 1970s. The growing needs of the humanity means that this date has been

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    source by hindustantimes.com

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    Delhi pollution: Fine dust killed 15,000 prematurely in 2016, says study

      13 July 2018

    Close to 15,000 people died prematurely in Delhi in 2016 from illnesses linked to fine particulate matter pollution, according to a new study by researchers from India, Singapore and Thailand that assessed pollution-related deaths in 13 megacities in south Asia and China.Heart disease, stroke, lung diseases, lung cancer among adults and upper respiratory tract illnesses

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    source by hindustantimes.com

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    Water scarcity, climate change will lower living standards in India: World Bank report

      28 June 2018

    Climate change if unchecked will lower living standards of about half of South Asia’s population by 2050, with people in central India likely to be worst hit, a World Bank report will say.Overall 600 million Indians will be moderately or severely affected by changes in temperature and rainfall. People living inland are more likely to witness an erosion in living standards

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    source by hindustantimes.com

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    Quarter of land will be drier under 2C warming: study


      1st January 2018

    More than a quarter of Earth's land surface will become "significantly" drier even if humanity manages to limit global warming to two degrees Celsius, the goal espoused in the Paris Agreement, scientists said. But if we contain average warming to 1.5C (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit), this will be limited to about a tenth -- sparing two-thirds of the land projected

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    source by The Daily Star

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    Restore 52-acres of felled forest



      5th December 2017

    The Aravalli hills just lost 7000 trees in Haryana. 52 acres of precious forest cover was cut down so that a residential complex can be built.The site is in the Aravallis which are zoned as Natural Conservation Zone (NCZ) in the NCR, where construction is limited to just half a percent (0.5%) and residential construction is not permitted. At least 7000 trees have already

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    source by change.org