Blueleaf Soft launches Weballigator

Blueleaf Soft launches Weballigator

Blueleaf Software Technologies, a Bengaluru-based startup, has launched Weballigator, a cloud business software platform with a mission of capturing the SME (small and medium enterprises) market.

Speaking to Deccan Herald, Joseph Rasquinha, co-founder and CEO, Blueleaf Software Technologies, said that the product has been tested by over 4,000 customers from various sectors such as pharmaceuticals to IT/ BPOs, logistics to insurance in over 110 locations for over 18 months. Of these, 200 companies have been using extensively. 

Started with five modules — attendance, GPS attendance, leave management, payroll and HR — the product is now offering modules over 10. The new version is called Weballigator Plus. Rasquinha said, “This will add modules every month and there is no end to it.” However, he pointed out that more companies are looking for location-based attendance and GPS attendance modules.

Speaking about USP of Weballigator, Rasquinha said, “GPS attendance and location-based attendance are done at the flick of a mobile screen to give a SME owner or senior manager, total control of all aspects of their company from staff in the office,  to staff on the move. We connect to bio-metric devices and also punch cards and digitise the information into our system.”

He further said, “Getting our system is like getting a new mobile phone. It is setup free. Unlike other systems, Weballigator does the entire setup for the SME and requires just an excel sheet of minimum data. If this is given, we can do the setup in 15 minutes.”

On pricing, Rasquinha said, “Our GPS attendance and location attendance are given to companies with 50 people at Rs 10 a day for the whole company. It will cost Rs 300 a month, depending on the number of users and size of the company. We are looking at the larger SME market at affordable rates.” He added, “The annual subscription price will not change much, but the number of additional modules will ensure that the headache of systemising and automating the office becomes dead easy, and extremely cost affordable.”

Founded in 2012, with staff strength of 15, Blueleaf Software received Rs 2.5 crore funding for two years, and is looking forward to raising more. On future plans, he said, “We are looking for reaching out to a large section of SME segment through channel partners. Currently, we have less than 10 partners. With our module offerings and affordable pricing, we are optimistic to touch 1,000 partners before the end of the year.”
Blueleaf software has been shortlisted into the Nasscom 10,000 Startups programme.

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