Chandigarh-based Jugnoo has launched Bumbl – a B2B SaaS based automation tools that connect important apps to build workflows. It is an easy automation tool used by companies where the information moves between the web pages through API, making workforce focus on important work saving time and with ease, leading to effective results.
Bumbl currently has 7 apps – Tookan, Slack, Mailgun, Mailparser.io, Twilio, Generic webhook and Zoho CRM lead creation, but soon it plans to add more common apps to the platform. The product is launched with the thought of augmenting all the processes at one platform. At the initial stage of inception, it is providing access to its Tookan clients globally in its private BETA stage, Soon Bumbl would be open to other client range with its full-fledged B2B offering.
Samar Singla, CEO and Founder of Jugnoo said, “Many of our Tookan clients were previously using other integrating tools for workflow automation, so we thought of launching of an in-house product which would streamline the workforce in a cost effective manner. Our main focus is to provide our customers with an end to end solution for all their business management needs.”
With Bumbl, anybody can build up a workflow with just a click. For professionals, it’s a blessing in disguise. With looming deadlines and lesser time to organize files, updates and check feedbacks, Bumbl would help in managing products and client work. It opens up the possibilities of integrating with the right apps at the right time.
The future plans of the program hope to rope in more clients and adding more popular and common apps to its platform making the work extremely hassle free. The idea is to bring in the complex processes and make it easier for the clients.
Founded in November 2014, Jugnoo currently rendering its services in 40 cities of India and trending at 50,000 daily transactions. It has over 15,000 autos empaneled under the brand at present. The company offers a wide range of services like Rides, Fatafat, Meals, Menus and Jugnoo Delivery across different verticals of hyper-local logistics in B2B and B2C domains.