Paytm case study to be taught at Harvard University

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The study titled 'Paytm: Building a Payments Network' will be available for teaching purposes within and outside Harvard.

Paytm which now has 3 million merchants and over 185 million registered wallet users has been included in the Harvard Business School.

According to latest reports, the India Research Centre (IRC) of the Harvard Business School (HBS) has decided to include Paytm as a case study.

More about the case study:

The study titled 'Paytm: Building a Payments Network' will be available for teaching purposes within and outside Harvard
According to IANS report, the study also researches on how Paytm's focus on enabling offline payments even for the smallest retailers and businesses by using smartphones and QR codes has disrupted the payments ecosystem in the country
As of now, the study is currently in the process of being published
While speaking about the case study, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, CEO Paytm, in a statement said, "We are on a mission to bring half a billion Indians to the mainstream economy and, in turn, build a business that India would be proud of."

Furthermore, IRC has supported most of the case studies and HBS research projects focused on business in South Asian region.

Being one of the leading universities in the world, Harvard University is now offering a series of free or low-cost online courses.

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