IIT Guwahati students develop app for offline businesses to go online

The mobile application aims to provide the best quality service right from food, to shelter, to local language translation, giving the people the international quality standards at fairly low costs.
IIT Guwahati students develop app for offline businesses to go online
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GUWAHATI:

Five students of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati, has developed a device that lets offline business owners create synergy with customers and potential business partners using a mobile application called Sahara.

The application aims to provide the best quality service right from food, to shelter, to local language translation, giving the people the international quality standards at fairly low costs.

It also provides SOS service, especially for women.

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Sai Vara Prasad, co-founder and COO said, “The only aim of Sahara is to provide you best services whenever you go. It will be the best app for the whole travel industry, where travellers can indulge in local cultures easily, travel enthusiasts can take their blogging to a whole new level, as they can post media, and can also share to other social media platforms, which will be visible to anyone who visits or search for that place. For the safety of travellers, we have added many features."

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