ONDC is expected to digitize the entire value chain, standardize operations, promote inclusion of suppliers, derive efficiencies in logistics and enhance value for consumers.
GN Bureau | July 6, 2021
The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry has initiated a project on Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC). ONDC aims at promoting open networks developed on open-sourced methodology using open specifications and open network protocols independent of any specific platform. ONDC is expected to digitize the entire value chain, standardize operations, promote inclusion of suppliers, derive efficiencies in logistics and enhance value for consumers. The task has been assigned to the Quality Council of India (QCI).
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