IRCTC Records Rs. 6 Billion worth of transactions in April 2009

IRCTC recorded Rs. 6 billion in the month of April 2009 (increase of ~15% since Jan 2009) out of which Rs. 4.1 billion accounted for successful transactions (for the record,…

IRCTC recorded Rs. 6 billion in the month of April 2009 (increase of ~15% since Jan 2009) out of which Rs. 4.1 billion accounted for successful transactions (for the record, irctc contributes 1/3rd to ecommerce industry)

Credit cards rule the transactions (37%), followed by Debit cards (32%) and Cash cards constituted 20% of the total transaction on the site.

What’s interesting to note is that ICICI payment gateway clocked the max number of transactions among credit cards, followed by HDFC and Citibank.

The debit card transactions is ruled by SBI cards (9.09%), followed by ICICI and HDFC.

Among the cash card services, ITZ cash card constitutes 11.86% of the transaction, followed by DONE and I CASH.

IRCTC  clocked Rs. 5.2Bn in the month of Jan 2009 and has now reached Rs. 6 Billion worth of transaction – speaks of ecommerce viability in India!

Download the April data from here

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