Tech startup Ordenado Labs has seen robust development in utilization of its indigenously developed app, Kaagaz Scanner within the weeks following the ban on Chinese language apps, and is assured of its person base touching about 15-20 million customers over the following few months.
The corporate launched the doc scanning app on June 14, simply days earlier than the Indian authorities banned 59 cellular apps with Chinese language hyperlinks – together with Kaagaz’s rival, CamScanner – on June 29, terming these apps prejudicial to sovereignty of the nation.
“(The ban of) CamScanner has left a huge void for about 100 million users in India. We are of course targeting that number. It will be very difficult to achieve that number in one year but on a conservative side, we look to achieve at least 15-20 per cent of that market soon,” Ordenado Labs co-founder Gaurav Shrishrimal advised PTI.
Ordenado Labs – a startup based in July 2019 by Snehanshu Gandhi, Gaurav Shrishrimal and Tamanjit Singh Bindra – is constructing a collection of synthetic intelligence-powered utility instruments to assist customers handle their day-to-day duties seamlessly.
Kaagaz Scanner is the second product that has been developed by the corporate and it plans to carry extra merchandise in coming months.
Kaagaz Scanner, which has already crossed 1.2 million downloads on the Google Play Retailer, is an offline app that permits customers to scan paperwork. The iOS model shall be made accessible by the top of the 12 months.
“Given that the data is stored on the user’s phone itself, it is safe to use. Additionally, users can also lock on the app to secure it further against any unauthorised access,” Shrishrimal mentioned, highlighting the privateness focus of the app.
Requested about monetisation plans, Shrishrimal mentioned the corporate is at present focussed on constructing a…