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Bengaluru Based B2B SaaS Startup For Restaurants Trilyo Secures Seed Funding

Bengaluru Based B2B SaaS Startup For Restaurants Trilyo Secures Seed Funding

Bengaluru-based Trilyo, a B2B SaaS company with solutions for restaurants has raised an undisclosed amount of funding in Seed round.

The round was led by Singapore-based private investor and backed by members of Amplifi Angel Group including Vishnu Bhat (Bengaluru-based entrepreneur and former SVP of Infosys); Mumbai-based entrepreneur Rajiv Lunkad, and Dubai-based Naresh Ravindranath.

“Despite a market crowded with apps for restaurants, Trilyo is exciting because of novel use case features that will put it well ahead of any competition and offer a comprehensive solution which is missing in the market,” said one of the investors.

Trilyo was founded in 2015 by  Abhishek Moharana and Gaurav Gambhir. It has launched its product as a pilot in Mumbai and Bengaluru over the past few weeks. Mohrana is an alumnus of IIT Bombay and has worked with PwC; Gambhir worked with EY and has experience in building enterprise applications. Both of them earlier worked at TCS.

Trilyo helps restaurants in a complete 360-degree customer management with solutions for strong consumer loyalty while enhancing the whole consumer experience. Trilyo is a cloud-based service app providing restaurants and restaurant chains with solutions for feedback and selling; multichannel order management; analytics to improve brand connect for restaurants, and managing CRM and promotions.

The funds received in the seed round will be utilised to expand the product suite and build client traction.

Prior to this in September 2016 Delhi-based IdeaChakki, a foodtech venture, raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Ratan Tata. Ideachakki has also partnered with Enablers for their next round of funding.

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Aparna Mishra

Inc42 Staff

After a 2-year-stint at Ernst & Young, Aparna moved to Journalism. Her prior experience enables her to understand business management. An avid reader and a traveller she hopes to gain insights on the startup ecosystem at Inc42.

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