On the fifth edition of the Women Transforming India (WTI) Awards organised by NITI Aayog, 75 women achievers were felicitated in a ceremony held in Delhi on March 21. Bigfix co-founder Dhevibala was among the honorees, for having developed a service management platform. She has been instrumental in transforming the livelihood of small repair shops and blue-collar technicians. Dhevibala was born into a middle class family. Her family culture stressed that just having a degree for oneself was not enough, but that knowledge must be used for the benefit and up-liftment of the society as a whole. This global perspective is the foundation and inspiration on which she finished Masters in Computer Application (MCA) from Meenakshi College, Chennai. She turned entrepreneur by owning a Nokia Care franchise in 2009 and running it successfully. After Nokia, she founded Bigfix in 2015 and in 7 years the company established an alpha position in India. Today Bigfix sources work from leading oem brand
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