Reliance's JioMart plans to launch a super app with Just Dial offerings

The JioMart, e-commerce app will integrate with recently acquired Just Dial. Reliance aims to become number one in the e-commerce space.

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Business tycoon Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Retail is in the process of launching a super app. The JioMart, e-commerce app will integrate with recently acquired Just Dial. Reliance aims to become number one in the e-commerce space.

Reportedly, the app will give various options to consumers for every need they have. On a trial basis, Ambani announced few integrations between WhatsApp and Jio Mart. The company is planning to integrate WhatsApp with super app and is working on the final contours of the app. They will launch it as soon as the government clears the e-commerce policy. To beat the likes of Amazon and Flipkart, reportedly, the company is investing thousands of crores in its e-commerce strategy.

Last month, by investing Rs. 3,497 crores, Reliance Retail, acquired majority stakes in Just Dial. The company already owns 20 apps under the MyJio app. Big companies like Google and Facebook have shown interest in doing business with Reliance and working as strategic partners. Microsoft is already with Reliance.