Zoho launches ‘Inbox Insight’, search engine for the inbox

Zoho has launched Inbox Insight, a minimalist mobile app for Zoho Mail that works like a search engine for the inbox. Inbox Insight fetches and displays only relevant messages based on user search queries, rather than bring in a barrage of emails and then sort them, as mobile apps do today. The new app is available for both iOS and Android smartphones.


Inbox Insight Highlights

Faster retrieval Inbox Insight presents a simple search box. Users specify criteria, like sender name, subject, attachments or date range. Inbox Insight whips out only relevant emails from the server.

Saved searches Users can save searches and enable push notifications, so they get notified when new emails match their search. Saved searches are also available when users get back on their web browsers.

Quick sorting Messages can be sorted quickly by simply swiping left to flag, label, archive or delete.

Learning algorithms With every use, Inbox Insight learns more about the user and offers suggestions that make searches even faster.

Inbox Insight works with Zoho Mail, the company’s business-focused email application that combines a clean, ad-free interface with powerful features geared for professional users. Zoho Mail is free for up to 25 mailboxes.

Pricing and Availability

Inbox Insight is free and available immediately for iOS and Android smartphones.

For more information on Inbox Insight, please visit the Official Zoho Page

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The wait is over… Power packed ASUS ZenFone 2 to be launched on 23rd April

Things are heating up in the Smart-Phone segment with many manufacturers entering into the sub 15K~ 20K range. The latest to join the bandwagon is ASUS with it’s latest model – ZenFone 2. The much awaited ASUS Zenfone 2 would be launched in India & like other companies, the model would be available exclusively on Flipkart from 23rd April. The phone would be officially launched by the

We have a look at some of the interesting facets of the ASUS ZenFone 2 including it’s price.


ASUS has followed the same design principle used in ZenFone 5. ZenFone 2 has a highly-intuitive control layout, incorporating a physical rear key as part of the new Ergonomic Arc design. The ZenFone 2, with its curved back and thinnest edge measuring just 3.9 mm, is designed to comfortably fit your palm for ultimate comfort without sacrificing style – the back cover features an exquisite hairline design with a metallic finish. The back comes with a metallic cover.

The added rear key helps the user to perform naive functions like changing volume-control etc. using the index finger. Considering that “selfie” has become a part of every smart phone user’s life, the added rear key gives added comfort to take selfie’s :)


Though the back-cover is removable, user cannot replace the battery. There are dual-sim slots & a single micro-sd card slot.

Design features in a nut-shell

  • Premium Color Options
  • Ergonomics Arc Design
  • 72% Screen-To-Body Ratio
  • Rear Key for Convenient Access


The phone is powered by Intel Quad Core 64-bit Atom Z3580 with PowerVR Series 6 G6430 GPU.  The device sports 5.5 inch LED backlit IPS display with Gorilla Glass 3 and Anti-Fingerprint Coating. The resolution is 1920*1080 px which makes display very sharp & vivid. It has 4GB LPDDR3 RAM which makes the performance fast & snappy !!!

It comes in 3 variants:16 GB/32 GB/64 GB & has 13MP Rear Camera. It has 5MP Front Camera for selfie lovers. It has WiFi, BT 4.0 & AGPS. The phone has mammoth 3000mAh batery that has support for “Fast-Charging”.

It weighs 170 gm [Dimensions – 152.5 x 77.2 x 10.9-3.9mm]

Performance in a nut-shell

  • Intel Atom Z3580/Z3560 64-bit Processor
  • BoostMaster Fast-Charging Technology
  • Dual Active SIM
  • LTE Cat 4 connectivity


  • World’s best Low-Light Mode
  • World’s Best HDR Mode
  • Beautification mode and Panorama Modes

Display & Camera

The ASUS ZenFone 2 packs a Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution IPS display complemented by an ultra-thin bezel. The 403 PPI is more than any phone in its price range and provides for an ultra-sharp viewing experience and a brightness of 400 nits ensures that you can see the screen in even the brightest of days.

Camera is one of the most critical features in any smart phone & ASUS has coined the term “PixelMaster” term to reference the suite of camera features provided with ASUS Smartphones. ASUS provides 16 different built-in picture modes to allow the user the most amount of flexibility in the pursuit of the perfect shot. PixelMaster on the ZenFone 2 include the world’s best low-light and HDR modes.


ASUS ZenFone2 camera has Auto-Suggestion feature that recognizes the current environment & suggests preset’s to capture the best moment. It also has Try-It option. ASUS claims that the ZenFone 2 captures best images in Low-Light mode compared the competitors in the same price segment.

ASUS PixelMaster intelligently adjusts noise-level, color and contrast automatically. Smart Pixel Merging and Pixel Perfecting results in 400% better light sensitivity, 400% noise reduction, and a 400% increase in contrast.

It also has best oriented pictures for capturing the best shots. Super Resolution Mode allows you to maximize your camera’s ability. ASUS PixelMaster makes it possible to use the 13MP rear camera in order to take images with up to 4X more clarity, up to 52MP, by extracting a high-resolution image from multiple lower-resolution images of the same subject.

ASUS ZenFone 2 Variants

The ZenFone 2 comes with two variants – ZE500CL & ZE550ML. ZE500CL is tagged as an “entry level” ZenFone 2 & would come with a price-tag of Rs. 12,000. ZenFone 2 ZE551ML is tagged as “top-end” model & would come with a promotional price of Rs. 20,100.

Zen UI & Zen Motion

ASUS has optimized the Android experience through its custom ZenUI to provide a simple, direct, and unique look that can be modified to each user’s liking. It has made an excellent attempt to follow the “Material Design” principles and same is visible from it’s UI.


Double tapping on the phone takes the device out of suspend-mode. ASUS has focused a lot on usability side & Zen Motion ensures that the user’s reach to their favorite apps using Gesture Control shortcuts [C – Launch Camera, B – Launch Browser, e – Launch Email]. The phone comes with a Kids-Mode [where user can manage app list for kids, control time they spend on phone etc.]. Like other phones, like comes with an Easy-Mode that would come in handy when the device is running out of battery !!!

Verdict & Availability

ASUS Zenfone 2 is a superb phone in the price segment where it competes with the Moto G, Huawei Honor 6 Plus amongst others. But given that it sports 4GB RAM & 64 bit CPU, that would definitely add a great amount of juice to the performance. Definitely a phone that every user would be eager to buy !!!

ASUS ZenFone 2 would be launched on 23rd April  & would be available exclusively on Flipkart.

To know more about the device, please visit the ASUS India FB Fan Page or visit ASUS ZenFone 2 link

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KeyPoint Technologies’ Xploree amongst top 50 technology product finalists award winners at InTech50 2015

Innovative Search & Discovery Platform Xploree, powered by KeyPoint Technologies has been declared amongst the top 50 technology product finalist award winners at InTech50 2015 event held on 15th and 16th April at Bangalore.


Xploree was shortlisted as one of the finalists in a rigorously contested award process that received nominations from 228 companies. Winners of InTech50 receive advice, on-going mentoring, product marketing support and funding to scale their offering to global markets.

Winners of prestigious InTech50 receive advice, on-going mentoring, product marketing support and funding to scale their offering to global markets. The winners are chosen by an Advisory Board comprising global and Indian CIOs of marquee companies, product company heads, venture capitalists and analysts after a rigorous evaluation process.

KeyPoint Technologies presented an accelerated five minute pitch of its innovative search & discovery platform Xploree to renowned CIOs from leading global multinational companies. Xploree is industry’s first, revolutionary search and discovery platform that connects mobile application users to the most relevant brands and services during conversations.

The innovative, user-initiated and multi-lingual platform can predict a mobile device user’s needs and guide them through their journey across applications through relevant content, deals and services. The application is available to Indian users and will eventually roll out in other global markets.

Speaking at the occassion, Sumit Goswami, CEO of KeyPoint Technologies mentioned

InTech50 is a showcase of some of the most promising and innovative technology and software products created by new and emerging companies. Being adjudged a Top 50 finalist by an eminent panel of CIOs and leaders is a validation of Xploree’s disruptive innovation in connecting mobile device users to relevant brands and services in the precise moment of need.

Xploree’s ability to pre-target users with relevant services in the mobile moment enriches consumer conversations and engagement with brands thus strengthening purchase intent. Our results have shown that Xploree can hike consumer engagement rate with brands by over 10 times industry average.

Key Features of Xploree

Hyper-Contextual - Location, environment, user intent, past actions and more – relevant information, always in context.

Immediacy - Information, services and product purchases in your mobile moment and time of need in real-time.

Simplicity - Mobile search made simple with one tap – easy to find what exactly you want.

To view Xploree in action, please visit http://bit.ly/1LQKJqo

For Xploree updates please visit http://www.xploree.com/

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NASSCOM Product Conclave 2015 showcases product entrepreneurs driving India’s ‘Internet of Things’

NASSCOM organized its third regional edition of the NASSCOM Product Conclave 2015 at the Novotel Hotel in Hyderabad. The one day conference served as a vital platform for Indian product start-ups and emerging companies to access knowledge & support available in the ecosystem.

The inaugural address was given by Rajiv Vaishnav, Vice President, NASSCOM & the key note address by Ravi Gururaj, Chairman,NASSCOM Product Council. The conference was attended by industry leaders from the products industry, venture capitalist, entrepreneurs and consultants, who shared their views on the evolving product landscape.


The Hyderabad edition of the conclave witnessed curated sessions for budding entrepreneurs, early stage founders and start-up product teams on the intricacies of structuring a business entity, protecting your intellectual property, raising initial capital, growing your product business & building market momentum for early stage products. The conclave additionally showcased interesting startups that were a mixture of burgeoning product innovations and exciting new solutions.

Speaking at the occasion, Ravi Gururaj, Chairman, NASSCOM Product Council said

The product landscape has witnessed tremendous growth, and is now considered as one of the fastest developing domains of the industry. With the Internet of Things being the new land of entrepreneurial opportunity, there is a need to create an ecosystem for transfer of knowledge and technological know-how amongst start-ups and academia.

Hyderabad has been a breeding ground for some of India’s largest business houses, and has always been very supportive for the new businesses with its friendly policy structures. It was a pleasure to witness some of the most innovative product companies at the conclave with offerings ranging from e-commerce to cloud platforms.

The rapid growth in establishment of new technology product & digital start-ups has positioned India as the 4th largest base of start-ups world-wide. India currently boasts of over 3,100 start-ups, with an addition of 800+ start-ups in 2014 alone. Product startups, for their sheer scope and with their impressive applications and numbers, have formed the backbone of the ecosystem which in turn is playing a key role in the growth of the Indian economy.

The conclave recognizes that the time for the Indian product story is ripe as the country’s IT industry moves beyond its leadership in the services sector towards IP and products. The Hyderabad edition of NPC, witnessed a turnout of over 400 delegates encouraging companies located in the region to participate and interact with some of the super achievers in the Indian Products arena.


NASSCOM is the premier trade body and the chamber of commerce of the IT-BPM industry in India. NASSCOM is a global trade body with more than 1800 members, which include both Indian and multinational companies that have a presence in India. NASSCOM’s member and associate member companies are broadly in the business of software services, software products, consulting services, BPM, e-commerce and web services, engineering services and animation and gaming. NASSCOM’s membership base constitutes over 95% of the industry revenues in India and employs about 3.5 million professionals.

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Screen size options in Sony Vaio series

Changing work style and increasing need for 24/7 access to information is fueling the growth of India Laptop market. Personal Desktop and Laptops have been competing since the evolution of portable personal computers. However, Laptops are preferred due to the convenience and portability factor associated with them.

Also, since things have become mobile & consumers requiring constant connectivity, Laptop/Mobile has become an essential part of anyone’s life. According to 6Wresearch, India Laptop market reached 4.71 Million shipments for the year ending June-2014. Though mobile market is at it’s boom with companies coming up with good phones at lesser price; the mobile screen can never replace the laptop. We spoke to couple of people to get their views & they informed that there are some things like watching movies etc. where they prefer laptops !!!

Also, with explosion in number of colleges & growth of education sector has lead to growing demand of laptops. However, again the choice for laptops is personal where some prefer screens with smaller size [since it gives more portability & is suitable for people who are on-the-go most of the time] where there is another set of crowd that prefer “bigger screen size” [I am in this list :)].

HP, Lenovo, Dell have a combined market share of 70%. When we are talking of laptops, we cannot forget a brand – Sony which is awesome when it comes to Display :)
Just like mobile, laptops are also becoming “Personal”; so here we help you with various screen sizes that are available for the Sony Vaio laptop

VAIO® Tap 20 [White&Black]
It a high end laptop which carries an impressive spec

Spec Sheet

Intel® Core™ i5 Processor
Windows 8 Single Language
HDD : 500 GB
Memory : 4 GB
Display : 20 (50.8 cms); 1600 x 900; touch screen
Visual Technology    Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2

Surely, this would be a great laptop for high end users & consumers expecting zippy performance with their laptops !!!

VAIO® Duo 11 [Gun metallic]

Spec Sheet

Intel® Core™ i5-3317U Processor 1.70 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 2.60 GHz
Windows 8 Single Language 64 bit
Display : 11.6 (29.46 cms) wide (Full HD: 1920 x 1080) TFT colour display (VAIO Display Plus, LED backlight, OptiContrast™ Panel)
Smooth transformation between slate and PC mode thanks to the Surf Slider™ mechanism
Sleek, light and full featured Ultrabook™
Digital Noise Canceling Headphones

Consumers interested in Bigger, Better, Sharper display should definitely get their hands on it :)

VAIO E Series

Spec Sheet

Intel® Core™ i3-3120M Processor 2.50 GHz
HDD: 500 GB (Serial ATA, 5400 rpm)
High Audio Quality with “xLOUD” and “Clear Phase”
Rapid Wake + Eco: quick resume, longer battery life and data security
HD web camera powered by “Exmor for PC”
Display : 15.5 (39.37 cms) wide (WXGA: 1366 x 768) TFT colour display (VAIO Display, LED backlight)

This is the series for the users who want performance at lesser price :)

VAIO Z Series [Glossy Premium Carbon]

Spec Sheet

Intel® Core™ i7-3612QM Processor 2.10 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 3.10 GHz
Genuine Windows® 7 Professional 64bit
SSD in RAID 0: (256 GB (128 GB x 2; Serial ATA))
Absolute power in only 16.65 mm and 1.175 kg body
Power Media Dock™ to enhance productivity and connectivity: AMD Radeon™ HD 7670M, Blu-ray Disc™ Drive with DVD SuperMulti, and more ports.
Up to 11 hours battery life with optional sheet battery
Display : 13.1 (33.2 cms) wide (Full HD: 1920 x 1080) TFT colour display (VAIO Display Premium, LED backlight, Adobe RGB 96% coverage)

This is the series for the users who want “exclusive” performace & is suited for the “Urber” class :)

We hope that this guide would help you as a consumer, to choose the “best laptop” in the Sony Vaio series”. If you have any tips/suggestions; please share them in the comments section.

*Inputs from Sony website

We hope that this guide would help you as a consumer, to choose the “best laptop” in the Sony Vaio series”. If you have any tips/suggestions; please share them in the comments section.

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LeChal : Wearable technology can be fashionable & usable too …

Fashion and technology need to go hand in hand to be able to attract buyers in this market which is why the connection between the two  is getting stronger as manufacturers recognize that people want to not only wear something that works well, but looks good too.

According to a study by Endeavour Partners, one of world’s leading strategy firm in the US, more than half of the people who bought a health and fitness wearable had stopped wearing it, and a third of those had put it aside within the first six months of receiving it, unless, it appealed to their sense of fashion and beauty. As a result, fashion is an important consideration when designing a wearable but again, the design alone will fail to keep its buyers interested in the gadget for too long [Report Link here]

“What is required is the fusion of fashion into technology to impart widespread adoption of wearable technologies, especially if you are looking at making what is intended to be worn 24/7 or for longer periods of time” explains Krispian Lawrence, founder and CEO of Ducere Technology who launched LeChal-world’s first haptic based interactive footwear.

Fashion aspect of LeChal

The shoes by the company were created keeping this aspect in mind. The three elements of fashion, technology and comfort are equally important when designing a wearable tech gadget and LeChal is a reflection of that. Its features and applications are unique as is its design and comfort.

The developers of the product wanted their product to look good enough to be picked up from a shop window even before its usefulness came to the fore. USP of the product, its functionality and of course being a wearable product, its comfort for the wearable becomes important.

All gadgets in the wearable space usually follow this mantra to make their product sellable in the market. Since what we wear is personal, it is a reflection of who we are. Thus, the two have a clear interplay and wearable technology will sell only if they are also desirable.

Lechal [lay-chull, “Take me along” in Hindi] footwear is a disruptive innovation designed to smoothly integrate into the everyday.


Features of LeChal

Available as an insole or a shoe, Lechal footwear uses Bluetooth technology to connect to the user’s smartphone via the Lechal App. Using simple foot gestures or voice commands, the wearer can use it as a navigational tool or track their activity from a fitness perspective. The footwear communicates with the user via gentle vibratory responses or Haptic feedback.

In addition to taking you places, you can also tag favourite locations, share new routes, create group journeys – all with your footwear! It also tracks the number of steps taken, calories burnt & distance travelled, logs your fitness activity & charts your activity over time.

Intended user-base of LeChal

Lechal is for everyone – early adopters of wearables, people who like to travel and explore, fitness freaks, cyclists, runners, people who are tech-savvy and those who are not, back-seat drivers, design aficionados, the fashion-conscious, and the use cases are as varied as the users.


Launched in 2014, Lechal has received an overwhelmingly positive response, with over 50,000 pre-orders received to date from across the world. With distributors from over 65 countries showing interest in this one-of-a-kind product, Lechal footwear will also soon be available at retailers and e-tailers around the world.

Lechal footwear was initially conceived as a solution to help the visually-impaired navigate their worlds better. This genesis is what led to the Lechal Initiative, where the proceeds from the sale of each pair of Lechal footwear go towards subsidising a pair for someone who is visually-challenged.

Ducere Technologies has partnered with the world-renowned L.V. Prasad Eye Institute in Hyderabad to make this a reality.

A pair of Lechal insoles will cost between 100$ & 150$ and the shoes will be slightly more expensive. You can pre-order a pair of Lechal from here

For more information on Ducere Technologies and LeChal, please visit their website here & here. You can also find them on FacebookTwitter

Image Courtesy – LeChal

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Intel Security Report Details Challenges Slowing Response to Targeted Attacks


A new report, Tackling Attack Detection and Incident Response, from Enterprise Strategy Group [ESG], commissioned by Intel Security, examines organizations’ security strategies, cyber-attack environment, incident response challenges and needs.

The survey found that security professionals are inundated with security incidents, averaging 78 investigations per organization in the last year, with 28 percent of those incidents involving targeted attacks – one of the most dangerous and potentially damaging forms of cyber-attacks.

According to the IT and security professionals  surveyed, better detection tools, better analysis tools & more training on how to deal with incident response issues are the top ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the information security staff.

Better Integration

Nearly 80 percent of the people surveyed believe the lack of integration and communication between security tools creates bottlenecks & interferes with their ability to detect and respond to security threats. Real-time, comprehensive visibility is especially important for rapid response to targeted attacks and 37 percent called for tighter integration between security intelligence and IT operations tools.

In addition, the top time-consuming tasks involved scoping and taking action to minimize the impact of an attack, activities that can be accelerated by integration of tools. These responses suggest that the very common patchwork architectures of dozens of individual security products have created numerous silos of tools, consoles, processes and reports that prove very time consuming to use. These architectures are creating ever greater volumes of attack data that drown out relevant indicators of attack.

Better Comprehension

Security professionals surveyed claim that real-time security visibility suffers from limited understanding of user behaviour and network, application and host behaviour. While the top four types of data collected are network-related, and 30 percent collect user activity data, it’s clear that data capture isn’t sufficient. Users need more help to contextualize the data to understand what behaviour is worrisome. This gap may explain why nearly half [47 percent] of organizations said determining the impact or scope of a security incident was particularly time consuming.

Better Analytics

Users understand they need help to evolve from simply collecting volumes of security event and threat intelligence data to more effectively making sense of the data and using it to detect and assess incidents. Fifty-eight percent said they need better detection tools, [such as static and dynamic analysis tools with cloud-based intelligence to analyse files for intent].

Fifty-three percent say they need better analysis tools for turning security data into actionable intelligence.  One-third [33%] called for better tools to baseline normal system behaviour so teams can detect variances faster.

Better Expertise

People who took the survey admitted to a lack of knowledge of the threat landscape and security investigation skills, suggesting that even better visibility through technical integration or analytical capabilities will be inadequate if incident response teams cannot make sense of the information they see. For instance, only 45 percent of respondents consider themselves very knowledgeable about malware obfuscation techniques, and 40 percent called for more training to improve cyber security knowledge and skills.

Automation to Enhance Action

The volume of investigations and limited resources and skills contributed to a strong desire among respondents to help incident detection and response. Forty-two percent reported that taking action to minimize the impact of an attack was one of their most time-consuming tasks. Twenty-seven percent would like better automated analytics from security intelligence tools to speed real-time comprehension; while 15 percent want automation of processes to free up staff for more important duties.

The ESG believes that there is a hidden story within the Intel Security research that hints at best practices and lessons learned.

This data strongly suggests that CISOs

Create a tightly-integrated enterprise security technology architecture

CISOs must replace individual security point tools with an integrated security architecture. This strategy works to improve the sharing of attack information and cross-enterprise visibility into user, endpoint & network behaviour, not to mention more effective, coordinated responses.

Anchor their cyber security strategy with strong analytics, moving from volume to value

Cyber security strategies must be based upon strong security analytics. This means collecting, processing, and analysing massive amounts of internal [i.e., logs, flows, packets, endpoint forensics, static/dynamic malware analysis, organizational intelligence [i.e., user behaviour, business behaviour, etc.]] and external data [i.e., threat intelligence, vulnerability notifications, etc.].

Automate incident detection and response whenever possible

Because organizations will always struggle to keep up with the most recent attack techniques, CISOs must commit to more automation such as advanced malware analytics, intelligent algorithms, machine learning & the consumption of threat intelligence to compare internal behaviour with incidents of compromise [IoCs] and tactics, techniques, and procedures [TTPs] used by cyber-adversaries.

Commit to continuous cyber security education

CISOs should require ongoing cyber-education for their security teams, including an annual series of courses that provide individual professionals more depth of understanding of threats and best practices for efficient & effective incident response.

The full Intel Security report can be downloaded from the following link. 

Survey Methodology

Intel Security surveyed 700 IT and security professionals at mid-market [i.e. 500 to 999 employees] and enterprise [i.e. more than 1,000 employees] organizations located in Asia, North America, EMEA and South America. Respondents came from numerous industries with the largest respondent populations coming from information technology [19 percent], manufacturing and materials [13 percent] & financial services [9 percent].

About Enterprise Strategy Group

ESG is an integrated IT research, analyst, strategy & validation firm that is world renowned for providing actionable insight and intelligence to the global IT community. ESG’s unique understanding of client needs is based on extensive interactions with end users, vendors, and channel partners.  ESG has a 360° perspective, which ESG connects directly to its research proficiency and operational knowledge.

Image SourceIntel Security

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Urban Ladder raises $50 million in a new round of funding led by Sequoia Capital

Urban Ladder, India’s leading online furniture & home decor company has raised $50 million in a new round of funding. Sequoia Capital led the round along with TR Capital and existing investors Steadview Capital, SAIF Partners & Kalaari Capital.


Urban Ladder was launched in July 2012 with a vision of making a million Indian homes beautiful. It offers a curated range of over 4000 products across 35+ categories in furniture and home decor. The company is on a massive growth path and is making distinctive designs and exceptional customer service accessible to many Indian shoppers.

Speaking about the round, Gautam Mago, Managing Director, Sequoia Capital India Advisors.

We are delighted to partner with Urban Ladder in their vision of making quality home products available online to millions of Indian consumers, and look forward to working with Ashish, Rajiv and the rest of the Urban Ladder team to help build an enduring business.

Ashish Goel, CEO & Co-founder, Urban Ladder mentioned:

Over the last 3 years, we have stayed sharply focused on our design thinking, product quality and customer experience. While these will continue to be important themes, geographical expansion will also be a key focus area this year. We will be present in 30 cities by the end of 2015.

Rajiv Srivatsa, COO & Co-founder, Urban Ladder said

Technology will be a key driver in Urban Ladder’s growth. The company is working on several tech innovations to solve complex furniture e-commerce problems. “We are investing heavily in technology to introduce world class tech innovations that will massively simplify furniture shopping

Urban Ladder has attracted $27 million from Kalaari Capital, SAIF Partners and Steadview Capital in the last 3 years. Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus, Tata Group made a personal investment in the company in November 2014.

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