Lookup, which offers a messaging app that enables consumers to chat with local businesses and shops, has partnered with Delhivery, a provider of logistics services to the ecommerce industry, to help mom-and-pop stores manage their businesses better.
Through the partnership, Lookup aims at “providing an end-to-end solution to our customers,” founder and Chief Executive, Lookup, Deepak Ravindran said in a news release.
“This partnership is a step towards empowering small businesses through the technological synergy of Lookup and Delhivery,” Sahil Barua, co-founder of Delhivery, told PTI.
Lookup provides local stores with a mobile and desktop panel through which they can receive orders as well as product and price enquiries. This, along with the Delhivery’s point of sale system, will help the vendors in making their business more organised and technology infused, the press release said.
Twitter cofounder Biz Stone and Infosys’ S Gopalakrishnan are among the investors in Lookup.