@cashless economy
'Cashless India' Still Far-Fetched Without Proper Security
by Moumita Deb Choudhury    May 25, 2017
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
In a country where we are still running on older versions of operating systems and majority of the population are not tech literates, going cashless driven by digital may be screwy.
Budget 2017: Digital Push Will Drive Cloud Growth
Category : Blog
Technology : Cloud Computing
We have witnessed many e-payment or digital wallet providers under-perform. Those loopholes can be removed with the use of cloud tech.
Paytm Claims To Hit Record 5 Mn Transactions A Day
by CXOtoday News Desk    Nov 14, 2016
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Web Technologies
Paytm expects to process transactions worth Rs.24,000 crore by the end of this year.
Will Ban On Rs 500, 1K Currency Push Digital Payments?
by Sohini Bagchi    Nov 08, 2016
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Web Technologies
The move by the government to ban Rs 500 and 1000 currency notes indicates that the future of Indian economy is digital and cashless.
Freecharge Emerges As Fastest Growing Digital Payment App
by CXOtoday News Desk    May 31, 2016
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Web Technologies
The reach of Freecharge grew from 17% to 30% during October 2015 to April 2016
Future Of The Indian Economy Is Cashless
by Sohini Bagchi    Apr 06, 2016
Category : Interviews
Technology : Web Technologies
Govind Rajan, Chief Operating Officer at FreeCharge believes in 2016, digital payment will become every user’s habit.
Security, A Key Concern With Death Of Cash By 2030
by CXOtoday News Desk    Mar 17, 2016
Category : Research
Now more than ever, cybersecurity is a necessary safeguard to our digital lives, which hosts a variety of our private and personal information.
Is India Ready For Digital Payment?
by Sohini Bagchi    Feb 26, 2016
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Web Technologies
As long as digital payment is not made easy and seamless like cash on delivery, it will continue to play second fiddle, believe experts.