Ahmedabad based Startup SharkID, the Social Phonebook app, today crossed 5 lakh downloads; with their network database zooming past 75 million numbers. A bootstrapped StartUp, founded by Mr. Ramesh Sinha, a technocrat and serial entrepreneur.
SharkID is a smart phonebook app backed by a highly scalable Service-oriented architecture with full stack technology, SharkID deploys a Big data Database Mongo and Redis for storage and Encrypted streaming for data security.
Last year performance
Next Year Target
Speaking on the occasion, Mr Ramesh Sinha, Founder – SharkID, said, “Our download numbers have more than doubled and climbing – this encourages us to keep pushing, keep striving towards delivering the best experience. For us there can be no greater testament than sustained downloads, week after week. Our users have reaffirmed our core belief – that, given a best-of-breed, secure and smarter technology, User migration is inevitable. Every smartphone User/Business will migrate to a smarter, easier and meshed experience, if someone provides it. And that is precisely what we do. When 100,000+ network connections get added every day, it validates our belief many times over and is testimony to our technical array expertise and user experience. SharkID stands committed to provide a secure, user immersive experience to individuals and companies”.
Elaborating further, he added “Based on the very encouraging response for the SharkID business card, we are further customising it to ensure smoother onboarding for professionals & organizations. We are confident that once companies experience the incredible benefits, SharkID will become a movement and our downloads will increase even further.”
Targets 10 million downloads next year and 75 Million numbers in the network
Currently the company plans to deepen the user experience and expand the user pool across India to 10 million by March 2019
About Shark Identity Private Ltd:
Shark Identity Private Ltd is a bootstrapped startup founded by Mr Ramesh Sinha, a serial entrepreneur. SharkID aims to replace physical visiting cards with digital cards over the next few years.
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