There are several new and upcoming smartphone models in India, which are expected to launch in the year 2020. These smartphones promise to offer the latest innovations in mobile technology, along with a range of exciting features.
Although we have discussed some of the most exciting and upcoming smartphone models that will be launched in 2020, many of us are looking to buy a phone which does not only boast of the relevant features but is also pocket-friendly.
For those who prefer Samsung, some of the best Samsung smartphones under 10000 are the Samsung Galaxy M10s, Samsung Galaxy M30, Samsung Galaxy A2, Samsung Galaxy A10s, and Samsung Galaxy J4 Plus. These are some of the popular and affordable Samsung smartphones under 10000, making them attractive to the masses.
However, those who prefer other brands, some of the best phones under 20000 are the Redmi K20, Realme 6 Pro, Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy M31, and Nokia 8.1. The reason why these models are categorised among the best phone under 20000 is due to their reasonable prices that are accompanied by a slew of good quality features.
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Dairy Delivery Software
Native Milk always had to deal with route optimization to maximize profit and frequent changing of delivery boys. While this was easily manageable manually in offline business, it was a big headache when their business went digital.
We developed a mobile application for the drivers with route optimization. The total delivery area is divided into various routes and orders are sorted according to different routes. A driver is then assigned a single route.
PlanTech, (Construction Project Management software Case Study) a well-established US based construction company with huge projects, needed an improvement of their business processes and better optimization of their resources. As their business expanded, projects continuously got delayed which resulted in lawsuits by unhappy clients. We faced a variety of challenges to develop niche technological solutions for a company involved in the construction industry.
We designed separate web and mobile applications for foremen i.e. project managers and for construction staff (labourers). The applications has synchronized features such as calendar, attendance etc. that were updated real time Simple user interface for the layman was developed after many iterations and approval from the client.
We developed a dedicated central project management panel. The purpose was to have a centralised system update where all team leaders from different departments could update on their tasks at work.
We needed a fast technology to synchronize the source data to our system.
We had to run our programs real time during the horse race.
We ran our calculations on the given data, but by the time we generated an analysis of the probable winner, the market trends and positions of the race horses altered so our result had no value.
The reason behind using node.js is that we were able to establish a swift and persistent connection between betfair and our algorithm.
We could run our program with race data and generate results using the latest trends up-to-the-second with more than 99 % of the source data matching with our index.
On-Demand Delivery App
The client was clear with their needs but was not tech savvy enough to state specific requirements.
In GetIt the driver and vendor are treated as separate entities unlike a regular taxi application where such division does not exist.
We initiated brainstorming sessions with the client to plan out the project.
We built application functionality to optimize the process while simultaneously taking all stakeholders into account.
The client had an understanding of NFC but they had no idea of how the technology behind NFC works.
The client needed a secure platform as they wanted to keep the customer data secured.
We did a knowledge transfer with the client and explained the technology behind NFC and QR code.
We undertook a variety of security measures to prevent any leakage of user data.
The oldest insurance company of Lebanon reached out to us. They needed to digitize their operations and develop a lending application.
The target customers of the bank were mostly laymen with not much technical know-how. They consisted of old people, rural families, middle class urban families etc. Thus digitization was a challenge.
We developed a mechanism for the bank to directly disburse the loan amount to the customer’s bank account. This saved a trip to the bank of the customer and saved a lot of time for both the parties.