New Delhi: A SaaS technology provider and sister company of Jugnoo, Click Labs has announced the launch of Yelo, a platform for physical stores to go online.
The platform expands the selling potential of a business by providing a hassle-free experience to sell its products and services online. Yelo is designed as a DIY platform where merchants can get a store live in a matter of minutes without any hassle of approvals.
With the developing nations leapfrogging infrastructure creation via virtualisation of all business models, Yelo intends to capitalise on this trend and help build a virtual hyperlocal marketplace.
It creates an automated website and a mobile app, supported by Android & iOS for the SMB’s to establish their brand and build an online presence. It creates a visual impression in digital space and helps the brand to engage with the potential customers.
Yelo features last-mile delivery, online payments, review management, catalog, pick-up from a store, schedule appointments, providing customized domain and native mobile apps with end-to-end services for its users. Yelo also offers a ‘Free Forever Plan’ which lets the user have a presence online without incurring any setting up or recurring costs.
“We’ve built a platform on which businesses of all nature can get started with online commerce. While people spend an enormous amount of money to have a digital presence, we are providing opportunities at modest prices where users can leverage the benefits of online presence. Yelo facilitates and empowers a business idea into a reality in few simple steps,” said CEO, Click Labs, Samar Singla.
Jugnoo acquired the company Yelo as a hyperlocal social network and shuttered it one year ago. The brand was transferred to Click Labs and relaunched as a hyperlocal commerce platform. Jugnoo will be the distribution partner of Yelo in India. It has also partnered to provide last mile delivery, hyperlocal discovery and UPI powered payment solutions (Jugnoo Pay).
Yelo is a global product where businesses from anywhere around the world can use it to enhance their sales and operations.
For Indian users, it provides specialized packages with heavy discounts.
The primary focus is on developing economies like SE Asia, Africa, Middle East and LATAM.