Trust Deficit In Indian Companies Need To Be Overcome Through Vocal For Local, Says Experts At ASSOCHAM’s ‘Wisdom Series’ - GADGET-INNOVATIONS
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Trust Deficit In Indian Companies Need To Be Overcome Through Vocal For Local, Says Experts At ASSOCHAM’s ‘Wisdom Series’

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The discussion was a part of the fifth edition of ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat - Vocal for Local – Achieving Efficiency in Supply Chains’

 

 

 

· Experts highlight the need to develop domestic logistic solutions through technology instead of imitating Western solutions

 

· Supply chain efficiency through visibility can also contribute towards product traceability

 

 

 

The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), one of the apex trade associations of India in association with ITC Sunfeast concluded the fourth edition of its Wisdom Series lecture titled ‘Role of Consumer Voice’ on the theme of ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat - Vocal for Local – Achieving Efficiency in Supply Chain’.

 

 

 

The event saw an expert panel consisting of Mr. Subroto Dey, Deputy General Manager, Industry Engagement GS1, Mr. Ishaan Bedi, Founder & CEO, Synchronized Supply Systems Ltd. and Mr. Anup Pai, Founder & CEO eSamudaay hold an insightful discussion on developing domestic logistic solutions for India supply chains, how it can contribute to product traceability across the supply chain and how it can ultimately help to achieve the goal of making India self-reliant under Aatmanirbhar Bharat initiatives.


 

The panellists also discussed the effect of COVID on the supply chain, technology disruptions in supply chain innovations through technology such as block chain, artificial intelligence etc that need attention and how Aatmanirbhar Bharat initiative can produce a level of protection for domestic manufacturing.


 

The session was moderated by Ms. Nirupama Sharma, Joint Director, ASSOCHAM. She placed pertinent questions before the panelists and guided the discussion deftly into a meaningful and enlightening webinar. The experts shared industry insights based on Ms. Sharma's questions that ranged from COVID's effect on the supply chain to technology distributions in supply chains.

 

 

 

 

 

New Delhi, 11 December 2020

 

 

 

 

 

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