Published By: Admin
Posted On: 18 Nov 2017
Whatsapp has over one billion users across the globe. Of its one billion users, about 200 million are only from India. Many small and large scale businesses already use the Facebook-owned app to reach their customers by leaving their WhatsApp numbers on Facebook and other social media platforms.
Whatsapp has announced its new app called “Whatsapp Business” which is now in a testing stage; this will help businesses to connect and communicate easily with its consumers ensuring authenticity. By using this, India is getting a step closer to enabling m-commerce .Several Indian startups were part of early pilots for WhatsApp Business like online pharmacy 1mg and ticket site Bookmyshow.com.
WhatsApp is also attempting to strike into digital payment services in India. Since the time the law of Demonetisation has been passed by Government of India, November 2016, there has been an immense growth in digital transaction volumes in India, including credit and debit cards, mobile banking and m-wallets and UPI.
According to Economic Times, In February, WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton had a meeting with IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad in order to discuss about ways in which Whatsapp could contribute to India's vision for digital commerce. He also added that the company is keen to understand how it could contribute more to the vision of Digital India.
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