Dwarbuddy All Set to Become One of India’s Largest Hyperlocal & E-Commerce Platform

Dwarbuddy All Set to Become One of India’s Largest Hyperlocal & E-Commerce Platform

Shrikar Datar, Ninad Sumant, Dinesh Gat – Cofounders, DwarBuddy

Pune, December 31: DwarBuddy, the brainchild of three classmates from MIT World Peace University, is helping millions of local businesses, corporators, and housing societies manage their daily operations. They aim to become truly vocal for local, super application and ultimately India’s largest hyperlocal e-commerce and community platform.

“We are aiming to become a self-sufficient ecosystem of wards across India by leveraging the power of digital transformation”, shares the pioneer Co-founders about their super app’s inevitable success. “We are targeting the market of over 60 million retailers and more than 10lakh housing societies currently,” they also share.

With its recent launch in Pune on 5th December 2021, DwarBuddy now runs smooth and successful operations in India’s top cities. You can access the beneficial services of the DwarBuddy application in Pune, and DwarBuddy will be available in cities like Mumbai, Nashik, Nagpur, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad very soon.

Nowadays, almost every other customer has started relying on online shopping to meet their simplest requirements. Despite the vast network of local retailers around, billions of customers are moving online for shopping. Such a digital trend necessitates the need for local shops to adapt digital transformation for maintaining their customers digitally. Looking at the uneasiness faced by local retailers, businesses, and corporators in such situations, the masterminds, Ninad Sumant, Dinesh Gat, and Shrikar Datar founded DwarBuddy in March 2021.

DwarBuddy is a super online platform that caters to the needs of a wide range of businesses, corporators, and housing societies through meeting their daily needs. It is a self-sufficient ecosystem available across various cities in India, serving as a one-stop solution. Be it for healthcare, groceries, local retailers, apartments, or more; the super app delivers doorstep service for their users’ convenience.

“We have always believed in the local retailer. Their great quality of service, credits, product selections, and free delivery has been our biggest motivator to go hyperlocal in the daily needs segment”, they share. Right now, these pioneer app makers are targeting the local grocery, dairy farm, vegetable, fresh fruits, chicken & eggs, and medicines across major cities in India.

DwarBuddy app has helped hundreds of retailers take their business online in no less than 10 minutes. This app’s great features or benefits include information about custom offers, discounts, payment services, customer loyalty program management, updates from local elected corporators, power to raise complaints, real-time updates about raising complaints, community management, visitor management, and ERP maintenance tools and much more.

Presently, the DwarBuddy app has successfully onboarded over 100 retailers from Pune. The app-makers also have plans to scale in the Pimpri-Chinchwad area in the upcoming weeks.

The Co-founders, Ninad Sumant-CEO, Dinesh Gat-CTO, and Shrikar Datar-COO, came up with the idea of creating DwarBuddy while pursuing their masters from MIT World Peace University. They are classmates from the same university. They tested the initial versions of the DwarBuddy app in a few hackathons in MIT-WPU. Only when they received validation from the experienced juries in MIT-WPU hackathons that they finally went ahead to convert it into a product-based Startup named DwardBuddy.

Learn more about this vocal for the local super app, DwarBuddy, here.

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