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India's e-commerce giant, Flipkart entered into a multi-year strategic alliance with Google Cloud to fast-track its innovation and cloud strategy. The partnership is expected to enable Flipkart into its next phase of growth, whereas, boost its vision of onboarding India's next 200 million shoppers and lakhs of sellers.
Thomas Cook (India) Limited - India’s leading omnichannel travel services company and its Group Company, SOTC Travel were honoured with International Data Group (IDG) India’s CIO100 India Award. The recognition celebrated The Futuristic 100 - CIOs and technology leaders who have demonstrated a forward-thinking spirit by embracing new ideas, technologies and opportunities to digitally advance their organisations.
The collaboration will help the ITHF amplify its efforts in preserving and celebrating tennis history through digital advances while also identifying and acting on opportunities to enhance fan experience. Infosys brings proven success in transforming the tennis experience for fans globally, through digital partnerships with the ATP Tour, Australian Open and Roland-Garros.
Approximately TT$1.5 million is being spent to strengthen local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in monetising digital assets and intellectual property. The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), The University of the West Indies (UWI) and the Trinidad and Tobago Intellectual Property Office held a signing ceremony to launch the new project “Digital Innovations for Sustainable Environmental and Economic Recovery”.
Innovative digital banking technologies, including peer-to-peer (P2P) payments, mobile wallets and instant cards, offer CUs important avenues for attracting and retaining members, particularly younger consumers. By implementing technologies and services that address a wider array of consumer preferences, CUs can make themselves more competitive in the eyes of both existing and potential members.
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), the German international development cooperation agency, is supporting climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts through digital technology in Benin, Cameroon and Niger. A call for projects has been launched for start-ups with the aim of providing them with funding and technical support.