Aino app bridges the gap between customer service departments and the end customer. It allows users to add a brand to their dashboard in order to post queries, book requests or register a complaint. And a customer care representative will call the user as per their convenience.
Since Divij Singhal is an old player of the entrepreneurship game, he found it easy to overcome the challenges today's young entrepreneurs face. In 2004, he started his first venture with ICCS, one of the leading BPO service providers in India. With strong determination and laser focus, Divij led ICCS to new levels of scalability and witnessed the success of the company through its 2,000 employees and a turnover of Rs 40 crore.
Being in the business of outsourcing services for more than a decade, Divij took stock of the major pain areas for customers during brand service calls. And an appetite to address the problem led to the conceptualisation of mobile-based helpdesk application Aino in November.
Delhi-based Aino is a unified voice-driven platform that bridges the gap between customer service departments and the end-consumer. Catering to both B2C and B2B customers, the platform accelerates the process of hassle-free queries, requests and complaints across various categories, including utilities, travel, and consumer electronics.
Basically, users can select a brand, then select an issue and place the call request to the customer service department. And anyone from that department of the brand will call the user to address the problem. Categories of brands are mentioned on the app for the convenience of the customers and each of them is given a unique subscriber ID.
The India unified communication market is predicted to reach over $1,500 million in 2018, according to a report by 6Wresearch. Voice-based unified communication has captured a major pie of the market revenues in the India unified communication market, which can be attributed to its affordability and ease of usage.
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