ONDC to give public access by August, has 150 entities on board yet

Seven companies - one buyer side app, five seller side apps, and one logistics service provider app - have built their own ONDC compatible apps

T Koshy

T Koshy, CEO, ONDC

Shivani Shinde Mumbai
Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC), the ambitious programme of the Union government to democratise the fast-growing e-commerce sector, will start opening up its platform for public use by August, said senior officials.

ONDC has started its pilot in six cities and is seeing good transactions. “As we get more sellers on the platform, we will start opening it up for the public as well. At present, we have 150 entities. Of these, seven have gone live, 10 more will go live in a few months and 70 entities will get integrated on to the network by the end of this year,” said T Koshy, chief executive officer of ONDC.

Seven companies — one buyer side app, five seller side

First Published: Jul 01 2022 | 9:30 PM IST

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