Sunday, April 14, 2024

Pragtisheel Mobile App launched in Dimapur


DIMAPUR, JUNE 15: With the intention to solve the problem of linking sundry service providers with end consumers in Dimapur, an android app named “Pragtisheel Mobile App” was launched on Wednesday in a programme held here at Pragtisheel Progressive Skill Development Institute, Duncan Basti, Dimapur.
The app which intends to be a one stop solution app empanelled with services such as repairing of mobiles, laptops, vehicles etc. as well as procuring manpower and materials among others was formally launched by Advisor IT, Science & Technology, New and Renewable Energy Mmhonlümo Kikon.
Speaking on the occasion, Kikon stated that the launching of the app is of much significance and relevant for the current situation, claiming that end users would not now have to waste time looking for services, however, the app’s success would be determined by user experiences, efficacy, and delivery of services to its end users.
He asked Naga entrepreneurs to come up with more of such innovative ideas in order to bring solutions to the difficulties they experience on a daily basis, bemoaning at the same time that most Nagas rely on the government for everything, and that such cultures should be eradicated.
He added that any individual or entrepreneur who comes up with innovative ideas should be rewarded.
He also mentioned that under the Skill Development Training Program, just a few organisations have been training local youths to become trained and skilled workers and suggested that Nagas need to promote and look at training industries, citing the state’s existing job market.
DC Dimapur, Sachin Jaiswal, in his brief remark said that such an initiative was a breath of fresh air for many in this new age and generation, and that the review feature should be utilised to improve one’s service quality.
Speaking about the app’s features, Chumbemo M Patton, CEO of Pragtisheel, said that the app would connect various service sectors to allow end users to connect or search for their needs from the comfort of their own homes.
However, end users should not expect a glitch-free app, according to Patton, but any faults that are reported or found will be fixed.
For now, the app is only available to android users, but depending on the response of the app, the launch of the app for the iOS users will be decided.
(Page News Service)