Hailing from similar backgrounds, Neha Bathre and Ketan Shrivastava met while working in IT Sales and Management department for the Government of India. It was there that the duo decided to start InMinz, an IT services company, in their hometowns in Madhya Pradesh (MP) in 2020.
While they had initially started taking IT government contracts given their experience in the public sector, as well as a well-known bank’s contract, the lockdown put a halt to their work and kept tenders at bay. It was then that they decided to look more closely at the problem they could solve.
“During the lockdown, businesspersons, especially grocery shop owners and restaurateurs, wanted apps for online grocery and food delivery so that they could start selling products online. Everyone wanted an app designed according to their specification and requirement,” Ketan explains to YourStory.
Realising that digitisation would be important for most business owners, they decided to help businesses by…