Citrus Payment Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (Citrus Pay) has launched an intuitive & user centric mobile app ‘Citrus Cube’. This app lets the user manage and plan personal payment and bills even while working offline. Citrus claims an 800 Mn strong electronically connected user base.
Cube comes in innovation from the fact that usually the dates for billing gets overdue due to various reasons. With hectic lifestyles and various bill payments like electricity, house, phone and TV there is a chance of losing track and last minute hassle leading to hefty late payments or cut off connections.
Features of Cube
- It allows the users to customize & personalize reminders for their bills.
- Users can track the expenditure by analytically generating graphical images
- It helps user track the billing history digitally without managing the hassle of physical paper
- It also sets the reminder for billing cycle
- It helps manage all the process offline
Satyen V Kothari, Managing Director, Citrus Payment Solutions Pvt. Ltd. said, “Cube has made managing of bill payments a hassle free task for every household with just an app. Our goal is to make consumer-centric solution apps that simplify this everyday problem for every Indian and frees up their time to enjoy the better things in life.”
The app works on both Android and iOS platform. Currently the app is in its first phase focused on paying multiple service providers like driver’s salary, maid’s salary, school fee, gym membership, data card, DTH recharge, electricity bills and more.
Cube allows the transaction to be done through debit cards, credit cards and Net Banking. It is complied with PCI-DSS and is backed by 128 bit encryption.
Established in 2011, Citrus Pay backed by angel investment revolutionize the world of online payments.The company aims at making digital payments and online checkout processes simpler, faster, safer and easier. The clientele includes Airtel, MakeMyTrip, PVR, Indigo Airlines, Fun Cinemas, Delhi Metro, NIFT, Healthkart to name a few. In 2012 Citrus raised USD $1.8 Mn from Sequoia Capital.