PayMe India: Fix to Startup’s Financial Woes
As a start-up, my company depends on timely cash inflows in a big way. A year back or so, the situation was grim. We were only starting to gain a foothold in the industry and for obvious reasons, most clients weren’t the most punctual in terms of payments. Now, how it was translating for the company, made us nervous. Salaries got delayed and employee morale went for a toss. While, to an extent, we managed it using two-way communications and open door policy, it was clear that it wasn’t really the best solution. And amidst all this, BrandzGarage connected with PayMe India.
Luckily, we closed PayMe India for UI/UX design and social media marketing . While working the project I got to see its true worth. As they offered a unique solution to my financial woes. What the company does is offer short-term loans to cash-strapped organizations or individuals at a minimal rate of interest.
At BrandzGarage, we needed salary to be disbursed in the first week of the month, at any cost. And, they covered us perfectly. I spoke to their founder, Mahesh and not only did he understand my problem, he also ensured swift process. With minimum paperwork and due diligence, our monthly salary disbursals were taken care of in the first week. And, we would return the amount in next 15 days, interest included. Since, most of our payments would chip in by mid-month, paying them was no more a concern. The catch? Absolutely nothing!
The PayMe India team, especially, Sandeep (other co-founder at PayMe India) along with Vishal (team member) managed execution and monthly disbursals seamlessly. Saying that PayMe India created a model that can help startups facing cash-crunch would not be wrong. I would be more than glad to personally connect you with the company’s corporate team.
P.S – PayMe India is not an investment firm. So, they basically provide short term loan which needs to be paid in stipulated time. Please avoid sending investment proposals.