India has embarked on a war for economic freedom and prosperity powered by IT. It is almost as if India is waging a second war for independence—albeit this time for economic, rather than political, goals.
Bypassed by the industrial age, India has the opportunity and the ambition to be a major player in the information age. But first, the country has to tackle some vexing infrastructure and political challenges.
A decade's worth of time and money invested in wiring up the enterprise is about to return billions to the bottom line. How is that going to happen? Supply chain automation. Who's going to get the credit? It could be you.
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