TinyOwl partners with Citrus to launch its own digital wallet

By CIOReview Team

TinyOwl, India’s one of the leading food ordering app launches ‘MyWallet’ for their users. After witnessing immense success and user appreciation for its highly acclaimed feature ‘Dishes’, now TinyOwl brings the feature which allows users to make transactions easier and faster with just one tap.

MyWallet, powered by Citrus is an initiative by TinyOwl to allow its users to bid adieu to the hustles of the money transactions. This new feature includes not just making payment to any restaurants but also empower the MyWallet users to get instant refund. 

Introducing the new feature, Harshvardhan Mandad, Cofounder & CEO, TinyOwl says ”We have seen that across industries, major customer dissatisfaction happens due to challenges in refunds. To resolve this and to give impeccable and secure payment experience we have incorporated the unique and exclusive service- powered by Citrus for our consumers.”

“Making the feature unique, now the users can also transfer their real MyWallet money in to their bank account instantly. Within 4 weeks of launch 30% of orders are paid via MyWallet” He further added.

Now users can add money through card or net banking in MyWallet and can use it for their desired food. They will also get instant refund in their MyWallet account, if any problem occurs.

Currently, this feature is only available on Android and will be soon available on iOS. TinyOwl, food ordering app is live in six cities including Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Pune & Chennai and is planning to be present in 50 cities by 2016.

 About TinyOwl

TinyOwl is the fastest food ordering Mobile app cofounded by Mr Harshvardhan Mandad in Mumbai. The company envisions merging food and technology to give its users a convenient and seamless experience. Established in 2014 by 5 IITians, TinyOwl has successfully made its presence felt in the online ordering segment and is considered to be the strongest player after latest funding of Rs.100 Crore from Sequoia, Matrix capital & Nexus Venture partners.

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