How can small businesses manage their logbook? Bookkeeping can be daunting for new or small business owners sometimes. But now through an application, this is possible, DigiKhata makes it possible. Let’s learn more about DigiKhata.
Founded in 2020 by Adnan Aslam, DigiKhata authorizes micro and small businesses to manage their bookkeeping using its web and mobile app. The app replaces offline registers and diaries and helps merchants digitize their bookkeeping by recording financial transactions digitally. It also sends automated reminders to its customers for (due) payments, helping merchants recover debts.
Before beginning DigiKhata, Adnan Aslam led finance and bookkeeping capacities at various organizations in Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, and Africa. He’s a professional chartered accountant and bootstrapped the business prior to raising this round, with his reserve funds.
Categories of businesses
DigiKhata manages Kiryana stores, tea shops, grocery stores, bakeries, fruits and vegetable shops, jewelry, pharmacies, garment shops, and tailors, etc.
What DigiKhata offers?
First Pakistani app that facilitates you with decent features to handle your personal or multiple business accounts. It manages debit-credit transactions, installment payments, etc.
You can record your inventories and cash balance or download PDF report to share online with customers through its application
Stress-free offline support that helps to manage your account entries and ledgers even if you are not connected to the Internet. All your data gets synced as soon as you become active with the internet.
Access your business ledger and all the details of credit-debit with DigiKhata. Customers can manage multiple businesses at once. It also provides you a platform where you can manage your accounts in foreign and multiple currencies.
Send free payment and installment reminders to your customers via SMS and WhatsApp.
DigiKhata raises $2million seed
Faisalabad-based fintech has raised a $2 million international seed round. The round was Led by China’s MSA Capital and joined by the leading MENAP Based Shorooq Partners, SOSV, +92 Ventures, and angel investors. DigiKhata also won a PKR 10 million grant from ‘Karandaaz Pakistan’ for its notable work towards financial inclusion. Currently, it is also taking part in the Telenor Velocity accelerator program 2021.
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DigiKhata also launched DigiDokaan in the past. DigiDokaan is a mini-Shopify in the Pakistani language, to help MSMEs launch digital stores within 30 seconds. Its instinctive interface has attracted 50,000+ businesses to successfully create their online stores and start selling online.
How to use DigiKhata?
You can download the app from Google Play Store “DigiKhata.”Then you can add new customers from your contact list (your phone book is your customer list) and with this you can pay or receive from your customer and sit back and relax, DigiKhata will manage your record now.