Thaarmaar | A Popular Brain-Teaser Game App with a Rewarding Twist
Thaarmaar is a popular brain-teaser game app that features over 400 challenging puzzles designed to test the user's cognitive abilities and problem-solving skills
Hammock Holidays | Over 26 years of creating magical experiences
Hammock Holidays offers over 26 years of specialized service in providing a wide range of holiday options and all-inclusive services for a memorable experience.
IGDC | India’s biggest conference for game developers
Over the years, IGDC has acted as a conduit for the gaming ecosystem by getting industry leaders to meet, interact and share their knowledge with upcoming studios, developers, and others in the gaming industry.
Essilor | World’s largest manufacturer of ophthalmic lenses
The brand is one of the largest manufacturers of ophthalmic lenses and equipments. Their India division wanted a mobile app, to be used by their manufacturing team and distributor network to streamline their order processing.The idea was to reduce the time and effort involved in the process of a distributor placing and order to the fulfilment of the order.
Schneider Slectric | A French industrial automation giant with presence in 50 countries
Our client, the french conglomerate is one of the largest global player in Industrial Automation, and had just acquired the English competitor who was a near monopoly in automation systems in nuclear power generation plants.The project was to create a user experience of their Global Customer Service(GCS) Portal thoroughly modern. And build a mobile app, to ensure better user feedback and relationship handling.
Sakra World Hospital | Enabling healthy life, the Sakra way.
Sakra World Hospital was India’s first MNC hospital- a joint venture between Toyota Kirloskar from India and Toyota Tsusho and Secom from Japan.The hospital needed to showcase its brand and project itself as the thought leadership in the healthcare sector over the internet. Web was decided to be the major marketing medium, so the web presence had to be top of the line.