Sun, Oct 23, 2016 | updated 02:57 AM IST launches lightest mobile app for enhanced shopping experience

Updated: Jul 27, 2016 11:45 IST

New Delhi, July 27 (ANI): India's first virtualized supermarket store on internet announced launch of its new light-weight mobile app to bring on-board the mobile internet users, who are located in low connectivity zone or are still using 2G connections.

Available for Android platform, the app will allow users to shop either through iOS/Android app or through their website.

ShopFilo has ensured that their valued customers experience similar touch and feel as that of any brick and mortar supermarket store. The company has integrated the products on rack, virtualized basket and product description plates design logic to offer unparalleled ease of selection and shopping from over 10,000 products to its customers.

The subscription model and FiloWallet facility helps the customer simplify grocery shopping by building grocery list as per your preference only once.

Products of the lists are delivered every week/month with option to cancel/reschedule/return products which are not required.

"We are delighted to introduce the best grocery shopping experience in Delhi NCR and have plans to expand to other cities of North India soon. We will soon launch our private label staples and organic products and are typing up with licensed organic produce farmers and companies for the same," said Founder at ShopFilo, Ish Goel.

He further adds that to increase personalization and reduce shopping times, we will roll-out FiloAssist shortly.

Apart from conventional buy one get one and such other schemes, FiloAssist acts as your grocery personal assistant and gives intelligent product suggestions based on products added in cart for enhanced experience.

ShopFilo operates on a hybrid modal by strengthening the core procurement infrastructure. In Delhi NCR it has partnered up with more than 250 retailers, distributors, wholesalers, and direct companies for procurement of products.

The company also maintains its own inventory of products, sourced from over 100 companies for ease of meeting supplies on time. (ANI)