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Building a More Sustainable India With IT

Triple Pundit’s Nick Aster took a trip to India to investigate how information technology is helping address issues of sustainability – from energy use to economic development to everything in between. Our trip took us from SAP’s Indian headquarters in Bangalore to the chaos and beauty of Mumbai, as well as to Anand to visit one of India’s most iconic brands – Amul.

All trip expenses and logistics provided by SAP


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