Mumbai, India, July 9, 2014: Ecommerce24, India’s end to end ecommerce solution company, helped FoodAbhi, India’s online aggregator for tiffin services who ensure quality and focus on hygiene, through online services for fastest delivery of food items to their customers.
Proprietor of FoodAbhi Shraddha Dubey said, “We were looking to connect multiple vendors in a single platform which seemed very challenging for us. Ecommerce24 has helped us gain confidence to win our customers heart. The result is that we are now able to connect with our customers at their ease. We thank Ecommerce24 for providing a quick solution.”
The rising young, working and mobile population reminds to ensure correct delivery of food items to right people at right time. With the increasing analysis from regulators and the food industry marketplace, there is a need to gain the consumer confidence and ensure the safety of the domestic and global food supply. FoodAbhi was willing to start an online business for tiffin service as they wanted to reach out to all individuals. The main concern was to integrate different tiffin vendors on the same platform. Also connecting multiple vendors and customers on single platform seemed challenging.
Solution and Benefits
With the advanced tools and applications, Ecommerce24 made a marketplace for FoodAbhi where different vendors listed themselves. By having different vendors, FoodAbhi as a platform were able to give their customers a customized variety of tiffin options. FoodAbhi created user friendly website which was designed for ordering tiffin online for their customers making it quick and easy. With an integration of Ecommerce24’s multiple feature application, FoodAbhi can now connect with their customers at their convenience and also retain customers.
Business Head at Ecommerce24 Manish Patil said, “We have provided the services to FoodAbhi which we think is satisfactory at their end. We continue to help them connecting their vendors in a customized way. We are thankful to FoodAbhi for the faith they had in us.”