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SaaS startup Apptile raises $2.5M in a seed round led by Mankekar Family Office, Ramakant Sharma

SaaS startup that specialises in no-code mobile app development, Apptile, has raised $2.5 million in seed funding led by Mankekar Family Office and Livspace founder Ramakant Sharma.

The startup will use the funds to launch its innovative platform, allowing Shopify businesses to create customised, high-performance mobile apps without the need for coding or design experience.

Founded in 2021 by Rohit Modi, Samyam Annappa, and Vishal Sood, Apptile said it offers customisable and hyper-personalised app-building capabilities that were previously only available to large brands. 

 “In the past 15 years, the development of mobile apps has not kept up with the widespread adoption of mobile devices. We strongly believe in the potential of mobile apps as a retention channel, at par with email and SMS,” said Rohit Modi, Co-founder and CEO of Apptile.

Prior to founding Apptile, Rohit Modi was the founding member and group CTO at Livspace, a home interior and renovation unicorn. “Apptile’s no-code platform enables easy and quick creation of stunning mobile apps that integrate seamlessly with third-party services, empowering DTC merchants to build strong brands and drive meaningful growth by cultivating customer loyalty and increasing their lifetime value,” he added.

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