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A Prominent Indian businessman Gautam Adani is all set to develop a “Super App”

After Ambani and Tata’s successful debut in Adani is also planning to join the race of making a super app. The Ahmedabad-based industrialist wants to compete with PhonePe, Paytm, Google Pay, and other prominent tech giants by offering a bunch of useful services to its customers.

Adani Group was first introduced as a commodity trading business by Gautam Adani, a Gujarat-based businessman, since its inception the company has set its footprints in port management, electric power generation, and transmission, renewable energy, mining, airport operations, natural gas, food processing, etc.

Presently, the company enjoys annual revenue of around US$15 billion. During the meeting with the employees of Adani Digital Gautam Adani reportedly stated that the organization speeds up its operation of developing a super app after seeing a mockup of the app in July 2021.

Over 78 employees out of 100 were presented in the meeting among Currently, Adani group offers its edible oils, gas, airports, realty, and financial services to up to 400 million consumers and the organization is looking to expand its services to earn more profit by developing a super app.

Apart from this, Paytm is also looking forward to making itself a super app by the end of 2021. According to the person close to the company reveals that the India-based digital transaction app is planning to expand around 2,000 to 3,000 developers on its platform.

Currently, the Paytm app is offering fashion, grocery, daily payment, and transaction services to its customers although after becoming a super app Paytm will offer a large number of other payments, commerce, daily life, and finance-related services as well to attract more customers towards its platform.

According to Adani a Super-app will give its users an opportunity to use e-commerce, online ticket booking, and recharge services from anywhere at any time with a single click.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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