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Nandan Nilekani-backed Fundamentum Partnership invests in FarEye
The back-to-back fund raising reflects investors' confidence in the logistic...
Aadhaar model can help in vaccinating population quickly: Infosys chairman Nandan Nilekani
Nandan Nilekani says it is “supercritical” that In...
COVID-19 led to revival of technology, expertise: Infosys co- founder Nandan Nilekani
Nilekani asserted that during the ongoing crisis, digit...
Can Infosys become IT bellwether again? Salil Parekh answers
'Our focus has always been on what our clients are looking for and how to make s...
He left Infosys in 2009 to serve as the chairman of the UIDAI, in the rank of a cabinet minister on the invitation of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. He is popularly known as the Bill Gates of Bangalore. He is the man who inspired the slogan 'the world is flat'. Nilekani has co-founded National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM), trade association of India's software industry. He has also written a book discussing the ideas for India's way forward named, 'Imagining India'.
Nandan Nilekani's strategy to reboot India
Cash transfers need to be well-targeted and need to reach the right set of people, says the Co-Founder of Infosys.Nandan Nilekani's strategy...
IT industry to see more consolidation, Infosys stands to gain: Nandan Nilekani
“We are definitely going to see a consolidation, all the conversations our leaders have been having indicate that clients want to consolidate and reduce the number of suppliers they have to one or two or three. That works very well for Infosys because they see us as someone stable, long-term, financially very strong and has done a very good job on executing work from home,” Nilekani told Infosys employees in an internal broadca
Infosys helping clients deal with covid- 19 challenge: Nandan Nilekani
During the annual general meeting on Saturday, Nilekani said the pandemic has impacted the world and every country, business and individual, and it is not an easy time for any of the company and its clients are dealing with several challenges as well.
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Talking about the road to normalcy and recovery in the aftermath of Covid19, he said it will take some time but it will give an opportunity for companies to become stronger.
A Bengaluru venture wants to replicate UPI's success in mobility, ecomm
The initial hypothesis of the foundation was around fixing urban mobility. At its core, it felt interoperability across mobility platforms would help customers access mobility services from public and private transport organisations in a seamless, integrated manner to search, book and pay for a door-to-door ride.
Ease of doing business, AI should be focus areas for Digital India: Nandan Nilekani
A lot of the investments done in the early days are now paying off, such as enabling direct benefit transfers during the Covid-19 pandemic, he said. One big area would be using technology for ease of doing business and allowing enterprises to flourish with minimal human interface in government services, he added.
GST E-invoices for companies with Rs 500 crore plus revenue to roll out from October 1
About 48,000 GSTINs are above Rs 500 crore, which contribute to over 45% of the tax revenue. Identified taxpayers are being sent emails to apprise them regarding the preparation of the system, which involves more than 125 accounting and billing softwares on e-invoice.
‘Our dependence on foreign apps with their own agenda must stop’
India on Monday banned 59 Chinese apps, including short videos platform TikTok, Helo and WeChat, ShareIT, UC Browser and shopping app Club Factory, to counter the privacy and security threats posed by these applications. These apps have millions of users in India.
Ban on Chinese apps is a great opportunity for 'Made in India' apps: Ravi Shankar Prasad
The ban on Chinese apps is a great opportunity to build and promote 'Made in India' apps which will be in line with government's Clarion Call of Atma Nirbhar Bharat, said Union minister for Electronics and IT, law and justice, Ravi Shankar Prasad.
Online classes only short-term response, need to make schools resilient to turbulence: Nandan Nilekani
Noting that the COVID-19 pandemic is a crisis that has affected everybody, he said it is an unprecedented disruption and we have to now strive for education excellence in a "seismic era".
Open Credit Enablement Network will democratise credit, help small businesses: Nilekani
The Infosys chairman said from a fintech perspective, many of the pieces are now falling into place, and the COVID crisis has increased the pace of digitisation.