IAS Sadique Alam, Director of Industry Odisha, Ignites ONDC to Revolutionize E-Commerce Landscape, Transforming Odisha’s Digital Economy

he Director of Industries, Sadique Alam, IAS, has voiced his thoughts on the ONDC project. He thinks that by encouraging open networks for all facets of the trade of products and services over digital or electronic networks

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The Government of India launched the Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) programme with the goal of fostering open networks for all facets of the exchange of goods and services over electronic or digital networks.  Platform-independent open standards and open network protocols form the foundation of the ONDC’s open-sourced approach.  The ONDC’s main goals are to support India’s seller ecosystem and democratise the country’s e-commerce industry.

It has the potential to fundamentally alter how digital commerce is carried out in the nation. Open Source Development Community (ONDC) symbolises transparency, accessibility, and diversity in the digital commerce space with its open-source methodology and dedication to open standards and network protocols.

 

As a result, companies and retailers may use the platform without worrying about being restricted to a certain environment. By doing this, it weakens the hold that a few dominant e-commerce companies now have over the market. Decentralisation and a more democratic market are the goals of this movement.

 

The Director of Industries, Sadique Alam, IAS, has voiced his thoughts on the ONDC project. He thinks that by encouraging open networks for all facets of the trade of products and services over digital or electronic networks, the ONDC will completely change the face of e-commerce in India.  Additionally, he thinks that by encouraging competition and innovation in the e-commerce industry, the ONDC would eventually benefit consumers.  Through a single platform, the ONDC would enable physical businesses to compete with large the online world sellers.

 

All parties engaged would have equal possibilities as a result of ONDC’s goal to change the e-commerce ecosystem from a platform-centric paradigm driven by operators to an interoperable and decentralised network enabled by ONDC. Additionally, the ONDC would support those who aren’t already on digital commerce networks in easily adopting digital ways.

As evidence of his dedication to a more fair digital commerce environment in India, IAS Sadique Alam shown visionary leadership in supporting ONDC. He’s leading the nation towards a day when all merchants, big or small, may use digital commerce to its fullest advantage by using his knowledge and commitment.

In summary, ONDC is more than simply a government app for the sector; it’s also a representation of India’s digital revolution, a pledge of inclusion, and a ray of hope for a great number of small enterprises. It’s a step towards a more equitable and dynamic digital commerce scene in India, with the potential to completely transform e-commerce in the nation.

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