Nalco rolls out mobile app

The app provides details about NALCO products, specifications, points of sale

GN Bureau | October 30, 2017


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 A mobile App — Naginaa (NALCO Grahak Information and Networking App for All) -- was unveiled by National Aluminium Company Limited (NALCO). 

 
“Naginaa is a step cmd forward by NALCO to move from customer satisfaction to customer delight in a Digital India,” said NALCO CMD Tapan Kumar Chand.
 
As a customer focused mobile application, Naginaa provides details about NALCO products, specifications, points of sale, product price, customer MoU scheme, customer payment details and other related information to customers. Existing customers can know their MoU lifting details, despatch details, truck placement plan, account summary etc.
 

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