Can this App developed by a kashmiri techie be an alternative to flipkart?
The Kashmir Radar/Tech: A web developer from Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district has come up with a newly developed app, “Flintcart,” which according him will help its users in buying medicine, education related items, clothing, agricultural tools, electronic items, materials used in construction and sports related items online.
The developer and head of CodeFlix Technologies, Syed Sujeel while talking to The Kashmir Radar, about its utility said that he along with his team first developed a network of manufacturers, whole sale dealers and people involved in import of other items of day to day use.
“The trend of online shopping has been such a success for almost all businesses in the world. People prefer buying products for them in online mode now, and what I found after a thorough research on the subject is that the ‘time‘ that a company takes to deliver their products to the customer is something that every user complained about.” Said Sujeel.
“I planned to work on this imperfection of online shopping and I specifically focussed on the people who prefer online shopping in Kashmir. I talked to all the stake holders who consented on the offer and I am almost done with synchronising the items highlighted in the app with the original seller or dealer, with a prime focus on delivering the product on time.” Said Sujeel.
This venture according to Sujeel is going to open a new window of employment as well, as various delivery boys will be needed to deliver the orders placed by customers in all the districts of Jammu and Kashmir.
The most important and much needed feature of this ecommerce app is that the customer can buy the product from his favourite vendor.
Syed Sujeel appreciated the efforts of his team especially Muhammad Danish who according to him worked tirelessly to make this venture possible.
The app is already available on Google play and will be available for iPhone users from next week.