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Digital Payments – Technology enriching Finance

Digital Payments- technology enriching finance

Payments space has undergone some rapid changes in the recent past. As per a report published by mobile payments, digital payments are expected to grow at a healthy rate of 17.6%. With such strong growth, expect a surge in innovation by players to capture a sizable market share. A brief History of Payments Payments space …

Digital Ecosystem in 2025

Digital ecosystem 2025

When Steve Jobs launched the first iPhone in 2007, it opened doors to a whole new technology world. Along with this breakthrough product came an ecosystem, which has changed the way humans have interacted with computers. What changed, majorly was the consumerization of IT; IT was majorly restricted to Industrial usage and book-keeping type of …

Indian Retail e-Commerce – Strengthening Business Niche

Indian e-commerce players

Indian retail e-commerce is becoming a highly competitive space. Read more about how consolidation has replaced growth in the segment Amazon v/s Walmart While we are talking about e-commerce, US markets have been the prime influencers for the industry until recent times. Amazon has been the torchbearer and has led to many innovations. Walmart and …

Indian e-Commerce Retail – Consolidation replaces Rapid Growth

Indian e-commerce players

History While most of the world was celebrating the new year 2019, retail e-commerce players in India were trying to figure out ways to comply with a new policy. This policy was planned to have holistic growth approach for smaller players in India. While e-commerce players have survived policy shock, times ahead are expected to …

Is India ready to welcome WALMART?

(Originally Posted on SIMSR Newsletter eGlobuzz in October – December 2012 Issue) The 1991 crisis in India highlighted one key weakness of Indian economy, Protectionism. This protectionism cost us high growth, development and prosperity. In the process of avoiding the competition Indian government ended up protecting the industries. Competition is always beneficial for an economy …