RACO Investment Presents Solutions to Connectivity and Efficiency Challenges for Maritime Businesses Operating in Remote and Low Bandwidth Environments

RACO Investment has unveiled solutions to address the connectivity and efficiency obstacles maritime businesses face in remote and low-bandwidth environments.

San Jos, Costa Rica – WEBWIRE

RACO Investment, a financial investment firm dedicated to supporting small- and medium-sized businesses in Panama and Costa Rica, has recently shared innovative solutions to overcome the connectivity and efficiency challenges maritime businesses and their mobile workforces or customers face when operating in remote and low bandwidth environments. In addition, the companys expertise in facilitating financial backing for startups and providing bridge loans for businesses seeking restructuring or enhancement makes them well-equipped to address the unique challenges of the maritime sector.

Maritime businesses operating in remote and low bandwidth environments often need help with reliable communication systems, which can hinder their ability to provide seamless services to customers and manage their mobile workforces effectively. RACO Investment has identified several strategies to help these businesses overcome obstacles and enhance operational efficiency.

1. Leveraging satellite communication technology: RACO Investment recommends investing in advanced satellite communication systems that provide reliable connectivity even in remote locations. These systems can help businesses maintain constant communication with their mobile workforces and customers, facilitating real-time updates and ensuring uninterrupted service.

2. Optimizing data transmission: The firm suggests employing data compression and optimization techniques to maximize data transmission efficiency in low bandwidth environments. This can help businesses minimize communication delays and reduce the bandwidth required for smooth operations.

3. Implementing edge computing solutions: Edge computing enables data processing closer to the source, which can be particularly beneficial for businesses operating in remote locations with limited connectivity. RACO Investment encourages maritime companies to explore edge computing solutions that can help reduce latency, improve data processing efficiency, and optimize network usage.

4. Adopting cloud-based services: RACO Investment advises businesses to consider adopting cloud-based services, which can help streamline their operations and provide greater resource management flexibility. Cloud-based solutions can offer improved scalability, allowing businesses to quickly adapt to changing demands and reducing the need for on-site infrastructure.

5. Fostering collaboration with technology providers: RACO Investment recommends forming strategic partnerships with technology providers specializing in maritime communication solutions to address connectivity challenges. These collaborations can enable businesses to access cutting-edge technology and receive expert guidance on implementing suitable solutions tailored to their specific needs.

6. Investing in staff training: Finally, RACO Investment emphasizes the importance of staff training to ensure employees are well-versed in utilizing new technologies and communication systems. This can help maritime businesses maximize the benefits of their technology investments and maintain seamless operations in challenging environments.

Randall Castillo Ortega, the founder of RACO Investment, has expressed his commitment to helping maritime businesses overcome the hurdles they face in remote and low bandwidth environments. At RACO Investment, we understand the unique challenges faced by maritime businesses and their mobile workforces. Our goal is to provide them with the necessary financial support and guidance to implement innovative solutions that enhance connectivity, efficiency, and overall operational success, said Ortega.

RACO Investments dedication to empowering businesses in Panama and Costa Rica and its extensive experience in providing financial support and strategic advice places the firm in a strong position to help maritime businesses navigate the complexities of operating in remote and low bandwidth environments. RACO Investment aims to contribute to its long-term growth and success by addressing these businesses connectivity and efficiency challenges.

About RACO Investment

RACO Investment is a financial investment firm supporting small- and medium-sized businesses in Panama and Costa Rica. Established by Randall Castillo Ortega, an accomplished financial advisor with deep connections to the Latin American import and export sectors, the firm has played a crucial role in empowering numerous startups with the financial backing they require to launch. Additionally, RACO Investment provides bridge loans to assist companies seeking to restructure or enhance their operations.

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IFFI 53 presents the first feature film in Indian film history to have a star cast comprising only indigenous people

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IFFI 53 presents the first feature film in Indian film history to have a star cast comprising only indigenous people

Get inspired by ‘Dhabari Quruvi’, the tale of the rise of a tribal phoenix from the ashes

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11 NOV 2022 7:26PM by PIB Mumbai

#IFFIWood, 11 November 2022

She rises from the ashes, to fearlessly proclaim the exclusive right she has on her body and the decisions involving it. Yes, you would not want to miss the chance to be inspired, by the elevating story of girls belonging to a tribal community in Kerala.

The fascinating story is brought to us by ‘Dhabari Quruvi‘, the first film in the history of Indian cinema to star only people from indigenous communities. Directed by National Award-winning filmmaker Priyanandan, the film also has the distinction of having been shot completely in the tribal language of Irula.

The film is being presented at the 53rd edition of the International Film Festival of India, which is set to open in Goa on 20th November, 2022. And yes, the 104-minute-long feature film is all set to have its world premiere in the Indian Panorama section of IFFI.

Portrayal of indigenous people in Indian cinema has often been criticised for its failure to look beyond stereotypes. Amidst a cinematic tradition and culture which may not have done justice to the true identity and culture of tribal peoples, Dhabari Quruvi is expected to stand out as a candle spreading founts of newfound hope and inspiration. Set against the background of tribal rituals and culture, the film invites viewers to join the tempestuous journey of a tribal girl as she battles convention and seeks to free herself from the chains with which society had tied her lot.

In Irula language, Dhabari Quruvi means ‘a sparrow with an unknown father’. The mythological bird, which is part of the tribal folklore, captures the untold tales of the unseen people who suffer quietly, who yearn to break the shackles of injustice, whose agonies and struggles the film seeks to bring to light.

So, who are the actors who bestow the film with the honour of having a unique star cast? They are around sixty people, belonging to Irula, Muduka, Kurumba and Vaduka tribal communities of Attappadi, a scheduled tribe hamlet of the southern Indian state of Kerala. Quite a few of them had not ever seen a film in their entire life.

The actors were selected from an acting workshop conducted at Attappadi in which around 150 people participated. Meenakshi, Shyamini, Anuprasobhini and Muruki play main roles in the film. The cast also includes Nanjiyamma, the tribal woman from Attappady who got the 68th National Film Award for Best Female Singer last year.

Dhabari Quruvi has bagged URF world record for being the only feature film starring only tribals. The film has also been selected to the International Film Festival of Kerala.

Producer: Ajith Vinayaka Films, Aevas Visual Magic Private Limited

Screenplay:  Priyanandanan, Kuppuswamy M, Smitha Sailesh, K.B. Hari and Lijo Panadan.

Cinematographer: Aswaghoshan

Editor: Ekalavyan

Don’t miss this unique film at IFFI 53. It is set to touch delegates’ hearts on November 24, 9.30 AM onwards, @ INOX Panjim Audi 2.

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