The “voice buying” feature works seamlessly, reducing the order time reduced by over 50%.
Milkbasket, a daily grocery delivery service, on Tuesday announced “voice-buying” of grocery. The service can be used on Google Assistant and will soon be available on Amazon Alexa.
The “voice buying” feature works seamlessly, reducing the order time reduced by over 50%, the company said in a statement.
Ashish Goel, co-founder & CTO of Milkbasket, said, “Technology is the backbone of Milkbasket, and over the years we have introduced many innovations, such as no checkout, one tap buying, among others, that have helped us in making the user’s journey more convenient than before. Voice buying is one of our best offerings till date, that makes the user journey seamless.”
Earlier this year, Milkbasket raised its Series A funding of $7 million from Kalaari Capital and BeeNext.