What's happening with Indian ecommerce companies? Well, we bring a few selected updates from social media on how Indian companies are reacting in terms of customer experience, managing cost (hint: layoff) and saving some margin cost:
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The number of Indian customers using 3G data on India’s largest telecom service provider on Airtel, grew 136% year on year to 6.4 million at the end of 31 March 2013, the company said. The growth, enabled by the growth of smartphones in India, indicates growing appetite of the Indian consumer for data and Internet...
Google+ Hangouts now lets users remotely control the computer of someone you're having a Hangout with for troubleshooting purposes. You can continue chatting and walk through the troubleshooting process with the person on the other end.
UK-based Eureka Mobile Advertising, which was founded by Indian technology veterans, Rahul Jayawant and Yogesh Sholapurkar, has launched a mobile phone utility that monetizes the idle screen to deliver content to subscribers.
Unlike most of other startups in grocery etailing space, rationhut is a pure play online play as it doesn’t enable consumers to order through phone or call centers.
Mu Sigma, the big data company which has its delivery center in Bangalore and is headquartered in Chicago, has grown phenomenally in the last few years. Founded in 2004, by Dhiraj Rajaraman, a former strategy consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton and PwC, it now employs nearly 2500 people.
According to Cisco’s research, the top language for spam messages in 2012 was English, followed by Russian, Catalan, Japanese, and Danish.
Among eight top Bollywood stars, Amitabh Bachchan is certainly not the youngest, but he is by far the most prolific on Twitter with nearly 80 % of his tweets sharing personal moments and interacting with fans, according to a new study.
India drives ~25% of traffic to Quora. In fact, if you believe Alexa, Quora’s traffic rank in India stands at 185. Maybe, because Indians love to create their own brand?
Ticketing for the upcoming edition of UnPluggd (scheduled for December 1st, Bangalore) is live and as always we have kept it startup friendly.