Bengaluru: City based start-up launches app to help small scale businesses go digital
Aligning with the Prime Minister’s call of Aatmanirbhar Bharat (Self-reliant India), a Bengaluru based start-up has launched ‘Helo Protocol’ - a make in India app that allows small and medium scale enterprises (MSME) go online and create their online store, accept orders, take payments and deliver the products to the customers seamlessly
Bengaluru: Aligning with the Prime Minister's call of Aatmanirbhar Bharat (Self-reliant India), a Bengaluru based start-up has launched 'Helo Protocol' - a make in India app that allows small and medium scale enterprises (MSME) go online and create their online store, accept orders, take payments and deliver the products to the customers seamlessly.
The app aims to save time for the sellers that is spent into the manual effort of booking deliveries through Whatsapp and Instagram and then integrating with the payment gateways.
Gagandeep Singh, Founder and CEO, Helo Protocol said that with Helo Protocol, it takes businesses just about 15mins to set up a store, integrate payment gateways and start taking orders. This easily saves business owners up to 2 hours of daily manual effort, time which they can use to expand and grow their customer base.
The startup has also raised a seed round from IIT alumni and renowned industry experts like Deepinder Dhingra (Founder & COO - Samya.ai), Sachin Maheshwari (Founder & CEO - EzCred), Prakash Sangam (CEO - redBus), Vinay Shukla (CEO - Conversenow.ai).
"Through this seed funding round, we are looking forward to enabling 5 lakh businesses by December 2021. We believe that small teams with big ambitions and laser sharp focus can make a very big impact on the world," Singh added.
The platform is also coming up with a unique feature that enables group buying and developing a proprietary AI recommendation engine that keeps learning when people are likely to order next which would help boost a lot more sales.