June 6, 2023

Launched in 2014, StoryBites is a regular feature from YourStory, featuring notable quotable quotes in our past articles. Share these gems and insights with your colleagues and networks, and check back to the original content articles for more insights.

Drawn from our comprehensive coverage of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology, we present 50 estimates of the particular year on the continuing rise associated with digital media and tech transformation. See also our own annual quotations compilation through 2021 plus 2020 .

We have divided these types of 50 rates into eight categories: Data and decisions, Ecommerce, Democratisation, Creator economy, Enterprise impacts, Sectoral transformation, Tech trends, and The road ahead.

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Information and choices

Data science should be pervasive, embedded in your business processes. — Mohit Kumar, Udaan

Data is nothing without strategy. : Bernard Marr, ‘Data Strategy’

Data is soil, it’s fertile, it’s an ecosystem where you can make interesting applications. – Vimal Venkatram, Snowflake

It is all about refining raw data into actionable insights. — Rashmit Singh Sukhmani, SatSure

Data will play a crucial role in driving hyper-personalised experience. – Gaurav Mangla, Pickrr

Information helps in presenting points more articulately, argue more coherently, and reach a higher elevation in our conversations—whether among friends or the larger public. : Govindraj Ethiraj, IndiaSpend. org

Data is at the particular heart of all decision making. – Kirat Chhina, Urban Company

Metadata will be the glue that may bind the modern information stack together, the layer that will allow increasingly diverse, siloed tools and people to collaborate effectively. – Prukalpa Sankar, Atlan



Ecommerce needs to be democratised. The right way to build technologies should be to make lives for everyone better, and not for just a few people. — Saahil Goel, Shiprocket

The global retail industry is currently experiencing a generational shift. The future always lay in e-commerce, and the particular pandemic only accelerated this shift. : Arpit Gupta, RetainIQ

The advent of technology and digital accessibility means we are no longer in an era of one size fits all. With the amount of data made available to brands, consumers expect hyper-personalised experiences. – Avlesh Singh, WebEngage

Live commerce is inevitable. It is usually not new; it is definitely similar to teleshopping networks. — Kaushik Mukherjee, SUGAR Cosmetics

The future of commerce can be undoubtedly conversational. – Aakrit Vaish, Haptik

Consumers love watching video content before building transactions. That’s why content-led commerce is usually the future of ecommerce. –  Saurabh Singh, Flickstree

When one is starting a new brand, digital is the best bet. You can create demand and presence for your product. But after a point, offline is the way forward. – Abhishek Shah, Almo



The biggest challenge when it comes to any new technology is inclusion. How do you really make it accessible to anyone and then be owned by everyone? – Suruchi Gupta, GIANT Protocol

Connected women, empowered along with access to technologies processes, are usually key to a country’s economic growth. – Sumana Iyengar, Goavega Software

Technology is the key to making a level playing field regarding the rural and the particular urban by opening opportunities across villages. – Vamsi Udayagiri, Hesa

If you possess a smartphone, you can have a passport. : Golok Kumar Simli, MEA, Government associated with India

Innovation is certainly always going to be ahead of governance. Everybody knows that. It’s basically a matter of one catching up. – Vivek Gupta, CoinDCX


Creator economy

A growing OTT marketplace is the boon intended for consumers looking for content material and an opportunity for advertisers to reach the right set of audiences. – Akshay Modi, Modi Naturals

Creator’s space is the only one exactly where you may start at any age. — Mansi (Magsplay)

Your comments section is your university. and it will tell you what you can do better. : Manish Pandey, brand consultant

Every company today is a content company. Every business is heavily investing in articles marketing. – Anirudh Singla, Pepper

Live streaming and content moderation are inseparable. — Varun Saxena, Bolo Live


Enterprise effects

While hybrid working can represent the particular best of both working worlds, this particular shift could require an investment in more sophisticated technology. – Rahul Goyal, ADP

Knowledge management is changing into ‘Digital Intelligence’. The part of knowledge managers is transforming into adding intelligence in order to the workforce with the help associated with digital technologies. – Hariprasad Reddy, Wipro

Software is a global business, and no matter where you start, you need to compete against the best to get creating institutions that last. – Arpit Maheshwari, Stellaris Venture Partners

Applications are the epicentre of any kind of business. : Venkatesh Sundar, Indusface

Tech can’t do much in the absence of a digital footprint. – Gaurav Lahoti, Khatabook

Threats plus vulnerabilities have become a way of life, especially in the cloud scenario. Thus, we need to understand the risk and then comprehend ways of mitigating it. — Suvin Mullaseril, Palo Alto Networks


Sectoral transformation

The fact that digital payment models have got turned profitable is testimony to their strength. There is a possibility of touching many more lives. : Anubrata Biswas, Airtel Payments Bank

Fintech and the emergence from the startup culture go hand in hand. – Robin Bhowmik, Manipal Global Education Services

This will be the age of a worldwide financial revolution! Social trading is the future. –  Dipankar Biswas, FlipItNews

This digital-first era is usually all about scalability and the biggest banks of 2030 will be digital-first. – Brett King, Moven

Digital technologies gives a far more granular view of risk management than the particular traditional models. – Bipin Preet Singh, MobiKwik

Adoption associated with new technology is necessary for a transparent accounting system. – Nirmala Sitharaman, Union Finance Minister

Robotics is also being used inside labs plus hospitals pertaining to repetitive tasks, rehabilitation, and physical therapy and to support patients with long-term conditions. – Vineet Aggarwal


Tech trends

Right now there is currently a great need for scalable, reliable 5G solutions across nearly every enterprise and industry. – Kalyan Kumar, HCLTech

Along with affordable smartphones and easy access to data, the need for good learning content is witnessing unprecedented development. – Kinner N Sachdeva, Knorish

Synthetic media is poised to become omnipresent in the near future plus voice is definitely at the core of it. – Ankur Edkie, Murf AI

Technology powers great experiences. – Janelle Estes, UserTesting

Digital necessitates you to be a lot more human than ever. — Samriddh Dasgupta, Heads Up For Tails

Platform company models are usually stabilising and proliferating, building on ubiquitous connectivity plus information entry, creating massively networked ecosystems of customers, suppliers, and market enablers. – Anand Sri Ganesh, NSRCEL

We see an evolution and trend happening, where software today is an integral part of any solution. There is a lot of software which is getting inlayed in all kinds of products, including hardware, and this dominance is primarily driven simply by deep technology. – Ramkumar Narayanan, NASSCOM Product Council


The road ahead

The world needs a 20 million developer talent pool by 2030. – Ashish Sharma, upGrad

Do not have an affinity to just one technology, come out of your comfort zone to look in new systems and experiment with different solutions. : Ashish Anantharaman, ZestMoney

If a person ride technologies, you can ride the future. – Corinne Vigreux, TomTom

There is so much inefficiency that technology can solve. Going right after these models means the particular founder may hit the road running with the item they have built out rather than create a new category that didn’t exist. — Ganapathy Venugopal, Axilor Ventures

Technology is the terrible master but a wonderful servant. We can either condemn it or accept it and use its tools to make the lives more efficient. – Sachin Shukla, UPDEED

With tech capabilities, there furthermore comes the responsibility. – Jyoti Joshi, Kroop AI

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