He refused to divulge names of Indian companies
that dunnhumby is in talk with, but said it will clinch the deal with a company next month.
“It can be any international company with operations in India. It can also be any native Indian company,” he said.
On the recent gross domestic product (GDP) data which showed that domestic demand as reflected by the private consumption expenditure grew at a healthy 8.6 per cent in Q1FY19, up from 6.7 per cent in Q4FY18, he said Indian customers have come of age now.
such as those in grocery space require specific and personal customers data and solutions such as what kind of products are to be put in shelves in India, he said.
dunnhumby has 450 people, mainly data scientist and engineers, at its R&D centre in Gurugram.