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ONDC Network Begins Beta Testing in Bengaluru at Select Locations | Details Inside | 2YODOINDIA

ONDC Network Begins Beta Testing in Bengaluru at Select Locations | Details Inside

Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC), an initiative of the Department of Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), has open its network to consumers in 16 locations across the city of Bengaluru, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry said.

As consumers can place their orders in two domains, groceries and restaurants, through buyer apps participating on the ONDC network.

ONDC’s beta test in the city of Bengaluru is a major first step in operationalising a network approach to e-commerce as an alternative to a platform-centric approach.

This will make the e-commerce landscape more inclusive, accessible and experience-driven for all consumers and sellers, the ministry said.

Consumers can now shop from multiple categories of products and services from a single buyer application of their choice.

Buyers can buy grocery products or order food from stores and restaurants.

In the coming weeks, many more applications will join the network expanding both buyers and sellers who can participate in this transaction.

ONDC start its Alpha test phase with a close user group of buyers first in Bengaluru in April 2022 expanding to more than 80 cities by September 2022.

This validate the apps and confirm business and operational flows.

Now in beta testing phase, general public can experience shopping via ONDC and provide early feedback for necessary action if any before expanding further.

To build trust amongst consumers, sellers and Network Participants (Buyer Apps, Seller Apps & Gateways) in the open network, ONDC has consulte current ecosystem, experts and examine best practices for adapting and evolving the best approach to build trust in an unbundle decentralise network.

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This is explain in a consultation paper that is being made available for public consultation on the official social media handles of DPIIT, ONDC and the website.

Incorporate on 31st December, 2021, Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC), a Section 8 company, is an initiative of the Department of Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), Ministry of Commerce, Government of India, envision to create a facilitative model to revolutionise digital commerce, giving greater thrust to penetration of retail e-commerce in India.

ONDC is not an application, platform, intermediary, or software, but a set of specifications design to foster open, unbundle, and interoperable open networks thereby eliminating the dependency on a single platform.

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