Indian e-commerce has come of age, but security is key concern

Mumbai, November 30, 2011 - e-Commerce leaders and practitioners in India think tried and tested business strategies will work well for them even as security looms large as a major concern. The e-commerce sector seems to have come of age - catching the fancy of investors and generating multiple entrepreneurial avenues, riding on macro trends such as increase in broadband penetration, changes in buying patterns and the success of group buying sites globally.

These are the key messages from an industry survey carried out by B2B event specialist Terrapinn, as a precursor to the e-Commerce & Payments World India 2011 conference being held in Mumbai on December 7 and 8. This is a dedicated event where key stakeholders making up the ecosystem come together to discuss best practices, as well as the use of technology and strategies whilst shaping the future of e-commerce in India.

Over 25 speakers will be at e-Commerce & Payments World India 2011 conference including: Ashutosh Malik, COO & Executive Director, AaramShop, Baldeep Gill, Director, The Asia Pacific Consulting Group, Nitin Chittal, Vice President & Head Direct Banking Group, Axis Bank, Nabankur Sen, Chief Information Security Officer, IT Department, Axis Bank, Kashyap Deorah, President,, Harish Shetty, Executive VP - IT, HDFC Bank, Tina Singh, Marketing and Product Development, Digital Channels Group, ICICI Bank, Sourav Sinha, CIO, Kingfisher Airlines, A.P. Hota, Managing Director & CEO, National Payments Corporation of India and Shankar Aggarwal, Additional Secretary e-Governance, Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, Government of India.

Other featured speakers include Christopher Anand, Head of Emerging Media, Reliance Retail, Mangala Wickremasinghe, Head of Enterprise IT Solutions, Sampath Bank, Sri Lanka and Krishna K, Head - Mobile Commerce, Vodafone Essar.

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