Jignesh Shah’s 63 Moons Tech Is A Revolution In The Makingby Ankita Sehgal Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi
Talk about state-of-the-art tech innovations in financial markets and you cannot miss 63 moons technologies. Aligning with its vision to produce indigenous fintech products, the former FTIL has played a pivotal role in shaping what the modern Indian financial sector looks like today, all thanks to its founder and mentor Mr. Jignesh Shah. This is evident from the plethora of products the company has rolled out in no time, thereby filling in the gaps that have proved to be detrimental for the market growth.
With an unmatched success of company’s flagship product, ODIN—a platform used by brokers to connect both stock exchanges and investors—Jignesh Shah through 63 moons has revolutionised the way the brokerage services are offered and investments are done in the country. As an initial product from 63 moons’ kitty, ODIN has been able to corner more than 80% of the exchange solutions space and is growing.
Adding to the already existing ODIN platform, ODIN Bot (Build operate transfer) has been introduced to completely disrupt the way people transact in the future. Equipped with an automated chat bot, the product responds to chat-based queries of clients, thus making the interface even more user-friendly. In short, the feature eliminates users’ dependency on customer care executives, thereby saving time and cost.
The cloud-based application uses artificial intelligence, natural language processing and machine learning to provides information such as market news and portfolio holdings, market price ledger balance, information on last transactions and transaction on multiple systems to set up alerts and to name a few.
The platform is consistent with no downtime. ODIN Bot, through its new features, has the potential to create a massive social impact, resulting in financial inclusion. This is in line with 63 moons’ vision to empower the Indian financial markets and the country as a whole.
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