In today’s technology-driven world, every business, big or small, has to include words like software, apps, mobile platforms and so on in their lexicon. While the usual practice is to outsource such requirements, a new player is out to disrupt this segment.
Enter Hubbler, the brainchild of serial entrepreneur Vinay Agrrawal. With a core focus on enterprise mobility, Hubbler allows any organisation to mobile enable themselves in a jiffy. The platform allows users to create a mobile application to automate their IT processes without writing a single line of code.
“Suppose there is a company with about 200 employees and they want to build a particular process for their lead management. If the company wants to build this process as a mobile app, they will have to go to a third-party vendor and buy this software. Now these vendors would have already designed a software keeping a process in mind. The company’s process will have to be changed accordingly even though their requirements will be different. They might be following a different process. Hubbler came into the picture to bridge this gap,” explains Neelakantan S, product evangelist at Hubbler.
A drag-and-drop interface which even a layman can use, a plethora of reports and dashboards are some of the features of this platform.
“Vinay is no stranger to revolutionary ideas. In his previous company Unicel, Vinay was a pioneer in getting the concept of OTP in India. He was also instrumental in popularising the use of virtual numbers in India,” says Neelakantan.
Interestingly, Unicel Technologies was started it in a garage with two employees in 2003 and by 2014, it had expanded to about 100 plus employees and 6-7 branch offices throughout India. In 2015, itwas sold for 100 crores to a MNC.
Hubbler, located in Koramangala, has around 30 employees now. In a span of less than one year, they have 70 plus SME and large customers from many fields, including NASSCOM and VIVO.
Saying that the organisation has given opportunities to a lot of youngsters to showcase their talent, Neelakantan adds that the company is looking at getting 20,000 users by April next year.