Use Technology to Transform Lives


India’s UPI is an iconic example of how technology can transform normal lives. When the current union government started its first term under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, it heated up the talks of digital payments, which were not well received in the parliament, to say the least. The former finance minister posted then-valid queries such as “Which country has a cashless economy? Where is electricity in the country? Where are the POS machines?” But the government has a vision and a clear execution plan. The rest is history. Today, India does more digital transactions than that of the US, China, and Europe combined. The instant payment system is now being exported across the globe.

Corporate leaders can learn a thing or two from this amazing success story. However, thanks to the ease of adopting the latest technologies, especially over the past three years, once-complex business problems now have simpler, faster solutions. No business can look the other way in providing a technology experience to its customers. This adds fuel to the already flaring competition. We all know that Data helps to gain better clarity about the target audience and equips organizations with the ability to build stronger connections with potential customers.

Furthermore, the room for error in branding & marketing in the digital age is almost nix. Given the power of the online world and social media, a small overlook can cause grave dangers to your brand. The pressure is mounting up on business leaders. Be it social or enterprise, subject matter expertise, and knowledge are of paramount importance when it comes to digital transformation. In this issue, we have curated a list of leaders who take Asia’s business ream to the future.

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