Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani has invested with $5 million additional in E-commerce startup 10i Commerce Services Pvt. Ltd as per a report by Livemint.
10i Commerce Services’ flagship technology platform known as ShopX intends to shift this Ecommerce dominance from simply a little share to the general retail pie, the Indian mass market.
10i is on a mission to expand the general available market by ten times within the next three years by exploiting technology to its best and anchoring the business to a first client expertise.
Amit Sharma, co-founder, 10i Commerce said, “What we are talking about is a payments service – and it’s a service which sits on top of various kinds of infrastructure in the economy – the infrastructure can be IMPS or UPI or the card networks such as Visa and MasterCard. The stand that ShopX has taken is that there’s need for a payments service that utilizes existing infrastructure and provides a seamless experience to customers and retailers.”
“Once a user has the ShopX consumer app, they can make a payment using any of these services. Let’s say, if a customer with a Paytm wallet comes to a retailer, our service will allow him to make a payment using his Paytm credit. And when we roll out the ShopX open payments service, in a sense we are therefore rolling out all the different standards in one go,” Sharma added.
This marks Nilekani’s biggest ever investment during a startup, he antecedently invested $5 million within the startup, transferring entire quantity invested to $10 million.
Launched in 2015 by Amit Sharma and Apoorva Jois, 10i is a venture-funded, mobile and e-commerce business that’s disrupting the standard retail and e-commerce business models using an innovative, hybrid commerce approach. Read more Indian startup news.
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