Shoffr

  • Singapore, Singapore
  • Enterprise SoftwareCloud, Retail, Big Data, Services, Data Analytics, Mobile, Consumer Internet, SaaS

Shoffr Shopping Assistant is a web-rooming app providing offline shoppers with store |brand |product level information at their fingertips.

Founded:
2013
Stage:
Beta Launched
Market:
B2C

Startup Video

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Founded

Launched coming soon web-page

Oct

2012

Funding

Received 1Cr seed funding from friends for a paper plan

Oct

New Product Release

Launched SMS search engine for nearby offers only in Malad, Mumbai

Jan

2013

Customer

First customer Regal Shoes

Feb

New Product Release

Pivot: Users need info - Moved from proprietary offer to sourcing generic offer

Jul

New Product Release

Pivot: Launched Mobile Web Search Platform for Mumbai (Whats app effect)

Dec

New Product Release

Launched pan-India store coverage due to demand from Retailers.

Apr

2014

New Product Release

Pivot: Launched native Android App on Google Play. Implemented new tech stack

Jun

New Product Release

Launching iOS app

Jul

Jobs


Junior UI/UX UI/UX Designer
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Mumbai, India
JavaScript, Bootstrap, HTML5, CSS3

Job Description

Junior Developer Software Engineer
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Mumbai, India
Angular JS, Rails

Job Description
Seeking someone from Mumbai who has 1-2 years of project experience with Angular JS and Rails

Team Summary

The founder has undergraduate degrees in Math & Computer Science and an MBA from INSEAD. As such he has built a small and efficient team with star RoR & UI developers. There is a business development manager taking care of partnerships and day-to-day data entry operations. Marketing is handled by the founder.

Team


    • Vivek Varade

    • Lead Developer

    • Narren Murrthy

    • UI Lead

    • Kaustubh Gupte

    • Operations Lead

Product/Service Summary

Shoffr Shopping Assistant is a mobile app that helps users discover offers and real-time information about brands and products in their vicinity. In return it increases footfalls for retail store fronts.

How are we different?

We breakdown customers' offline shopping journey in 4 stages: Before the Sotre, At the Store, At the POS, and After the Store. Right now we are focusing on Before the Store features. Our operations sources accurate offers by triangulating multiple sources: Feet on the street & direct calling stores, Brand Social Media Feed, Brand News Letters.

Product/Service Descriptions