Wholesaler retailer Metro Cash and Carry on Monday reported an organization with fintech start-up ePayLater to help kirana shops digitize their business utilizing smartphones.
As a major aspect of its next phase of kirana digitization program, Metro in association with ePayLater has co-created a mobile application ‘Digital Shop’ to digitize kirana shops’ business task instantly with no extra investment.
Through this application, kirana retailers can carefully follow their day by day and month to month deals, oversee stock, place orders with Metro and pay digitally.
The App will also give examination to kirana owners, such as inventory utilization patterns and the fast and moderate moving products that will enhance their product mix and eventually help in improving their revenues and margin.
Metro Cash and Carry entered the Indian market in 2003 and currently operates 27 wholesale distribution centers. Globally, it works in 26 countries with more than 760 wholesale markets and employs about 105,000 people.