What’s wrong with the Indian Digital Platform?

By: Amit KulkarniThe first Indian platform to adopt digital technology was a mobile app called WPS that was launched in 2011.

Since then, a slew of Indian startups have made their mark on the digital space.

One of them is wps, which is an innovative e-commerce platform which has raised $150 million from investors such as Alibaba Group and Tiger Global Investments.WPS is a mobile application for buying and selling goods and services through a platform.

It offers a simplified platform for online shoppers that is completely transparent.

The platform was launched to serve customers with online shopping and payments in India and also in several other countries.

While this is a great example of innovation and progress in India, it is not without its issues.

As the country is still a relatively young country, it has yet to develop a robust e-marketplace.

The main one being the lack of infrastructure and infrastructure in its retailing sector.

While wps has had an impact in India as an online retail platform, it was not successful in the marketplace.

The service offered is still in its infancy, which has not helped its growth in the market.

WPS has been criticized for offering poor customer service, but in its early days it had no problems attracting users.

In fact, the app has gained a following amongst the younger generations.

The company’s founders have also raised $10 million from Tiger and Alibaba, and the company’s valuation has risen by about $20 million.

Despite this, wps remains a service that is still relatively new and has not been able to garner significant traction in the Indian market.

The online platform has been around for more than three years and its service has been criticised for not providing enough value to its users.

The app has also had some rough times.

In early 2016, the company suffered a huge outage, resulting in about $6 million worth of revenue going missing.

The reason behind the outage was due to a security breach, and there was no explanation given as to why it happened.

A lot of users complained about this outage, and some of them even sued the company for breach of contract.

While it was an inconvenience, the problem was not a problem for the app.

In the end, the business failed, which hurt the company financially and the customer’s sentiment towards the app as a whole.

In a report released by the Department of Electronics and Information Technology, WPS had earned $2.7 million in revenue during the first six months of 2017.

This was a slight improvement over the first half of the year, which saw it earn $2 million.

It had also seen its revenue grow by 8.5 percent in that period.

Despite the financial setbacks, wPS has shown signs of improvement.

In its third quarter of 2017, wpSale, the online marketplace for buying electronics, saw an increase of more than 30 percent in revenue, which was an increase over the same period of 2016.

The increase was due mainly to the increase in sales of smartphones and tablets.

The app also saw an improvement in the number of orders placed on the platform.

Wps also added more than $100 million in the third quarter, which helped it achieve its 2017 growth targets.

However, the Indian e-tailer still has a long way to go.

As of January 2017, the e-retailers have only 4 million registered users, which represents a 7.8 percent share of the market, according to market tracker Technavio.

While this number will improve with time, there are still plenty of hurdles to overcome.

As e-shops continue to grow, the digital landscape will be increasingly affected.

The current Indian ecommerce market is small compared to the rest of the world.

India is still trying to develop its own e-trade infrastructure, and in the process, it faces many challenges.