Big e-commerce companies will get competition! ONDC to work with Google

Open Network for Digital Commerce ONDC: In the last few years, along with the increasing influence of the Internet in the country, many e-commerce companies have also earned crores of rupees in the country. Big companies like Amazon-Flipkart etc. do business worth thousands of crores every year in India. In such a situation, now the central government is also going to start its new e-commerce platform. The name of this e-commerce company is Network for Digital Commerce ie ONDC. This company will be started as a pilot project in the initial phase. It will be launched first in Delhi-NCR, Bhopal, Shillong and Coimbatore. In this, first 150 retailers of all these cities will be added.

Along with this, ONDC will also be linked to Google. The reason behind starting ONDC is to eliminate the monopoly of big e-commerce companies and connect all the small traders of the country with the help of internet from all parts of the country. With the help of these e-commerce companies, ONDC wants to help the poor and middle class traders of the country. Along with this, Google has also expressed its desire to join this program to increase the reach of ONDC.

Many companies can join ONDC
After the announcement of starting an e-commerce company by the government, many big tech companies of the country are showing interest in partnering with this e-commerce company. ONDC Chief Executive T Koshy has told that many companies of the country are planning to partner with e-commerce company. The biggest company in this is Google.

Know about Open Network for Digital Commerce-
ONDC is an e-commerce company that will help the retail traders of rural areas of the country and will help to connect these merchants with the Internet world. With the help of this e-commerce company, it will help to compete with companies like Flipkart-Amazon etc. and reduce their impact. Let us tell you that this e-commerce company is being started with the help of Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

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