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Innovation : 8 3S Shramik …

Innovation : 8 3S Shramik
Team Trojans: Sana, Supriya, Chirag, Nitin

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  • 1. Innovation 8 : 3S Shramik
  • 2. Sector Analysis
    The Indian healthcare sector is expected to become a US$ 280 billion industry by 2020 with spending on health estimated to grow 14 per cent annually, according to a report by an industry body. "Healthcare has emerged as one of the most progressive and largest service sectors in India with an expected GDP spend of 8 per cent by 2012 from 5.5 per cent in 2009. It is believed to be the next big thing after IT and predicted to become a US$ 280 billion industry by 2020," the report said.
    At present the sector is estimated to be around US$ 40 billion and will grow to US$ 78.6 billion by 2012.
  • 3. Category Analysis
    India has been investing tremendously in water and sanitation since Independence. But only, 48 percent of the rural population has access to toilets and sanitation services. India’s national sanitation programme, Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC) is operational in 578 out of 600 rural districts with an outlay of Rs.13423.97 crore (US$ 3.35 billion) in which the central share is 60%, the state share as well as the community contributions are approximately 20% each.
  • 4. 3s Shramik Sanitation Systems :
    3S Shramik is the largest professional company to provide free portable sanitation facilities with cleaning, evacuation and disposal of waste for the first time in India as per International Standards and waste regulation norms. It is the first ISO 9001-2000 certified company in Asia in Portable sanitation. It is the
    first Indian PSAI registered Company. Largest portable toilet hire company in India with a fleet of more than 1000 plus toilets and appropriate suction vehicles with high end communication and technology back up and GPS tracking system.
  • 5. USP
    SHRAMIK is first portable sanitation solution company in India to provide portable sanitation solutions and services for construction sites and public gatherings.
    It also provides liquid waste management
    Septic Tanks
  • 6. Primary Research
    Services available while Indians are in transit in the form of Toilet cabins , urinals, pumps, vacuum suction, hand wash stands, shower cabins, waste management system.
    Managing 2400 restrooms using 30 service trucks.
    Charge is Rs, 1500-2000 per day in which margins are 20%.Charges per month , however, are Rs. 3000-4000.In slum areas the charge is Rs. 300 for a family of 5.
  • 7. SWOT
  • 8. Table analysis- Stage I
  • 9. C. K. Prahlad’s Sandbox
  • 10. Combined Analysis
    Environmental sustainability:-
    It is very high as Go Green is the new mantra! The Septic tanks and the fluid management helps in keeping the environment clean
    Individual rights :
    In buses, in rural areas, etc people and especially the girls feel very uncomfortable as there are no sanitation facilities available. This innovation helps deal with that problem most importantly.
  • 11. Treading the Road2Ideas…
    Tying up with business conglomerates in their CSR initiative
    Using restroom advertising could be phenomenal for the growth of the Innovation
    Joining hands with Teach For India campaign to bring about awareness and education
  • 12. Scope of diversity
  • 13. BCG analysis for scalability
    The 3S shramik sanitation Innovation is a CASH COW.
  • 14. HENCE,
    It can diversify into a variety of areas
    Cost effectiveness will be achieved in a few years as they reach experiential advantage
    The sections of the society mentioned for scalability can be made prime targets