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Technology for Social Good

The true strength of technology lies in its potential to act as a driving force for initiatives that tackle challenges and foster positive societal transformation. Technology can be used for various societal goods like financial inclusion, sustainability, financial literacy, digital inclusion, uplifting impoverished people, circular economy, and sharing of best practices across the business, resulting in a profitable business; A win-win for all stakeholders across the globe. This group should help us in sharing those ideas.

Raktim Singh

Raktim Singh Senior Product Leader at Infosys

Role of Sustainable Tools in Banking

The role of sustainable tools in banking is fascinating for many reasons. Firstly, banks are actively participating in financing initiatives beyond their practices to provide loans and investments specifically for environmentally friendly projects. This helps create an ecosystem that aligns with sustainability goals. Secondly, some banks have intr...

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Raktim Singh

Raktim Singh Senior Product Leader at Infosys

Digital Inclusion for Social Good

Today, technology is touching every sector. All industries have understood the benefits of implementing technology in their areas. While, on the one hand, technology is helping companies reduce internal costs, including various overhead costs, it is also helping them reach out to new customers and offer products in cost-effective ways. Also, custo...

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Raktim Singh

Raktim Singh Senior Product Leader at Infosys

Role of Technology in Circular Economy

Technology emerges as a driving force in shaping the Circular Economy in this evolving dance between progress and environmental stewardship. Going beyond models of production and consumption, technology infuses innovation, transparency, and efficiency into practices at its core. These advancements pave the way for a future where resources are value...

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Raktim Singh

Raktim Singh Senior Product Leader at Infosys

Why Digital Trust is important for banks

In his renowned book "The SPEED of Trust: The One Thing That Changes Everything," Stephen Covey emphasizes that the outcomes of one's efforts are determined by trust. To illustrate this concept, Covey alters the traditional business equation Results = Strategy x Execution to read Results = Trust (Strategy x Execution). Stephen Covey's tr...

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Raktim Singh

Raktim Singh Senior Product Leader at Infosys

Technology for Social Good

In a world where Technology has become deeply ingrained in our lives, its ability to bring about change and contribute to the betterment of society goes beyond mere convenience and efficiency. The true strength of Technology lies in its potential to act as a driving force for initiatives that tackle challenges and foster positive transformation. U...

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Raktim Singh

Raktim Singh Senior Product Leader at Infosys

What is Financial Inclusion

Financial inclusion is providing access to financial services on an equitable and universal basis. Financial inclusion comprises a sequence of processes by which individuals and organizations can acquire appropriate, timely, and economical financial products and services, including banking products, loans, and insurance. Financial requirements oug...

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Raktim Singh

Raktim Singh Senior Product Leader at Infosys

What is ESG in Banking

ESG Full Form : ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. ESG criteria are now becoming essential considerations in banking and financial sector. Though ESG started as a socially conscious investment strategy in the 1960s, it gained attention in 2020 at Davos. The International Business Council (IBC) and the World Economic Forum (WEF) ...

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Raktim Singh

Raktim Singh Senior Product Leader at Infosys

How unbundling of value will reshape digital commerce

Unbundling is a business process where a set of products or services inside a value chain is broken down to provide better value. Post unbundling, each product or service can be provided by a different player, who aims to provide the best value to the customer. In this article, we will explore, how ONDC will reshape digital commerce by unbundling ...

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