Protean and nStore to drive digital inclusion, commerce

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Mumbai: Protean eGov Technologies Limited (formerly NSDL e-Governance Infrastructure Limited) has partnered with nStore Technologies, an integrated digital order-to-delivery platform. Under this partnership, Protean and nStore will push digital inclusion and digital commerce among retail merchants, businesses and brands.
Protean and nStore will offer an easy-to-use digital storefront that facilitates digital discovery and commerce for merchants and businesses on the Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) ecosystem.

With this, any merchant or business can register their stores and brands online, create and upload catalogues on the open network and get their business online.

Protean aims to roll out this technology as a ‘plug-in’ in close collaboration with seller platforms, financial institutions and other partners with the ability to onboard last-mile businesses at scale.

“We believe that Protean has been at the forefront of enabling the e-governance infrastructure and launching population-scale digital interventions for over two decades and laying a foundation for a Digital India,” said Protean eGov Technologies Limited MD and CEO Suresh Sethi.

“With a view to support the government’s vision to democratise digital commerce, we are launching technology solutions and tools that will enable any business, large or small, to be a part of the ONDC ecosystem quickly and seamlessly,” added Sethi.

“nStore’s genesis was built on the fundamentals of democratising digital commerce through partnerships with stores and brands across categories. With our solution currently deployed across 20+ cities, we have created a platform and operating model that will help small businesses and brands to get a digital storefront effortlessly and focus more on their core business,” said nStore CEO Pradeep Kumar Sampath.

“We are excited to partner with Protean to take our solution to scale and be one of the pioneers in laying the digital foundation for our country,” added Sampath.

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