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Despite the enormous challenge posed by the pandemic, India showed exemplary resilience owing to country's deep focus on technology and innovation. India has innovated extensively in digital public goods, and that has paved the way for the rapid rise of digitization in various aspects of governance, probably faster than anywhere else in the world.

Along with the JAM trinity (Jan Dhan-Aadhaar-Mobile) and UPI, India's Digital Public Goods enable the government to give direct benefits, citizens to open bank accounts, startups to innovate on top of IndiaStack, and banks and telecoms to onboard customers smoothly. India is also contributing to the global community by making CoWiN open source, and its efforts with ONDC have the potential to revolutionise worldwide retail and e-commerce.

Building on the key takeaways from the second edition, Tech Observer Magazine is hosting the third edition of the Digital Senate in New Delhi. The top e-governance summit of the country will feature exceptional success stories from central and state government and explore the road ahead for technology innovation in governance and will help in 'Reimagining Digital Public Goods in 2023'.



Indian aviation may lose Rs 21,000 crore in FY21: ICRA

The Indian aviation industry might see a net loss of Rs 21,000 crore in FY2021, against a net loss of Rs 12,700 crore in FY2020 due to lesser revenues and high fixed costs, credit rating agency ICRA has projected.




NEC India elevates Aalok Kumar as Head of Global Smart City Business

NEC Corporation India has announced the promotion of its current Chairman, President, and CEO, Aalok Kumar, to the position of Corporate Officer and Senior Vice President - Head of Global Smart City Business.

Simplify multicloud complexity with open ecosystems

The solution to multicloud complexity can be seen differently: Break down silos and build an open ecosystem that thrives on a wide range of partnerships, collaboration and innovation.

Airtel deploys AI-powered speech recognition on 84% of contact center calls to enhance customer experience

With NVIDIA, Airtel has developed an automated speech recognition algorithm that runs on 84% of its calls, allowing them to identify areas of improvement for their agents when interacting with customers.

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Tech Observer is a premium monthly technology news magazine published from New Delhi that brings a critical perspective and analysis from a wide spectrum of government technology, enterprise IT, start-ups, telecom and consumer electronics. The magazine focuses on all aspects of technology usage in government organisations, the public sector and enterprises, with special emphasis on the role of influencers such as senior government officials, CIOs, CTOs, CISOs and IT heads.