Instant messaging (IM) has been the most used method of communication in the recent years. With the evolution of social media, platforms like Facebook, Orkut has revolutionized the instant messaging from the regular SMS. Later smartphones and mobile apps like Whatsapp, WeChat, etc changed the way of instant messaging.
We see that recently many apps have started to incorporate Instant Messaging to their platforms. Flipkart for example started Ping, where friends can share and chat before making a purchase. Instant messaging has been developed from a platform for friends or families to communicate each other to a platform where businesses and other social causes can communicate with their potential customers or targets. We have seen the power of IM in the last parliament election of India.
The business’s has started utilizing the power of IM to interact with their customers especially the sectors like eCommerce and customer service. IM offers real-time communication over the internet. In recent years, low-cost or free chat and social messaging apps have proven themselves as a cheap alternative to operator-based text messaging. Most of these apps offer features such as group chats, video and audio messages as well as stickers or emojis. Worldwide, IM apps have gained more number of users than any other apps.
From the above stats, as of August 2015, Whatsapp has more than 800 million users worldwide and leading the pack followed by Facebook Messenger. In september 2015, the number increased to 900 million. Out of that, 70% users use Whatsapp daily. 30 billion messages are sent daily on Whatsapp making it the most used IM service. 56% of internet users in India have installed Whatsapp on their smart phones and there are 70 million monthly active users in India.
70 million monthly active user base in India shows how effective can be Whatsapp for a business. This is where startups like BusyOrders are taking advantage of IM applications. Moreover people are busy in their live, busy in their work and doesn’t want to invest lot of time installing many mobile apps for different purposes. There are myriad apps serving different needs across industry segments. The question is, how many apps does a customer install? Apart from this, it’s a big hassle to enter your details and payment information each and every time.
BusyOrders is committed to solve the complexity in e-commerce industry to its peak.
BusyOrders is powered by an Artificial Intelligence engine backed with a strong human interactivity element. It is for people who are always busy with their hectic schedule. Next time when your wife gives you a long grocery list, just take a screenshot and send it to BusyOrders on WhatsApp. BusyOrders team will take care of the rest to make sure it’s delivered to you at the right time.
Founded by Ameen Sayeed – An entrepreneur with a passion to solve sophisticated problems with simple solutions and a master’s holder in electronics. Team includes IIM alumni and ex-employees of few e-commerce giants. The team brings in strong expertise both from a technology and business point of view.
BusyOrders.com is a product of WaferLabs Embedded Technology Pvt Ltd – A NASSCOM (National Association for Software and Services) incubated company based in Bangalore.
It’s as simple as messaging your friend. Add BusyOrders to your whatsapp contact list and start messaging your needs. BusyOrders team will take care of the rest. You can order any of the services – Food, Movie, Flight, Bus, Train, Recharge, Utility bills, Plumber and so on and it will be at your doorsteps without you going through any hassles.
Below are few things that you can order using BusyOrders just by pinging them on WhatsApp. They support COD orders as well. You can also add cash to your BusyOrders Wallet.
BusyOrders is free and there are no hidden charges.
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