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ONDC onboards Domino’s

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The pizza chain’s catalogue is now available through all buyer apps powered by the ONDC Protocol

New Delhi: Restaurant chain Domino’s operated by Jubilant FoodWorks in India will now be available on ONDC, a social media post by the Department of Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), Ministry of Commerce, Government of India-backed Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) said.

“@dominos_india  catalogue is now available through all buyer apps powered by the ONDC Protocol. ONDC Network par ab har business ke liye Bharat Khulega” said ONDC on Twitter.

ONDC is gaining momentum with every passing day. In January 2023, when it was made widely available to a larger cross-section of consumers, there were about 800 merchants and it only operated in grocery and food. Today, ONDC has 2.37 lakh sellers/service providers across 510 cities operating across a spectrum of nine categories including food & beverage, grocery, fashion & footwear,  home & kitchen, electronics, beauty & personal care, mobility and financial services.

Click here to learn everything about ONDC.

The initiative was launched under the leadership of Nandan Nilekani co-founder and non-executive chairman of Infosys, known as the architect of digital India. He is the man behind giving India UPI and now ONDC, which is touted as the UPI of commerce.

It is headed by T Koshy, who has held several executive positions over his expansive career where he has served as the Executive Director of the National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) and a partner at EY.

In July 2023, ONDC launched the ONDC Academy to educate all participants about the network. Through e-learning modules, those interested can get guidance on the nuances of transacting on the network and the best practices for a successful e-commerce journey with fewer setbacks.

It is free for all participants and comes with an assessment and certification powered by NSE Academy Limited.

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