When you think you’re done for the day, you’re not.
You want to see if you can still go, even if you don’t have a big cash flow or cash reserves.
But you can’t go for long without seeing results.
“We always ask ourselves, how can we be more productive in the morning?” said Kunal Kumar, founder of Phayul.
The question is: how can you do it better than a colleague, friend or relative?
“You can’t do it with your friends and family.
So it is time for you to do it alone.”
Kunal Kumar is the founder of Purolator, a technology startup focused on enabling people to take their morning routine back to the basics.
The app aims to bring some of the most essential daily routine activities back to life by using artificial intelligence.
Kunal says there are a lot of apps out there that are designed to get you to the office at a reasonable time.
However, he feels the app, Purolated, is different.
It gives you a real-time experience of what it’s like to go to the pharmacy or the grocery store.
“You are in the pharmacy and it’s not just the convenience that you are looking for.
It’s not like going to the grocery shop or going to work,” he said.
Kumar, who studied in the UK, came to India after working in the US and the UK.
“I am a pharmacist and I know how to do the right thing in every setting,” he explained.
“That is what we are trying to make.”
Purolator is a service which allows you to buy groceries from a mobile app and take them to your office.
This is a real time experience of the grocery experience.
Kunal said, this is the only way to have a truly productive morning.
The app also provides you with a list of the places you can buy groceries.
For instance, you can see where your friends shop, or you can even book a table at a restaurant for you and your colleagues.
“It’s all about having a better mental picture of where you can be in the day and when you can reach your full potential,” he added.
Purolated has been developed in-house at Phayula, a tech start-up incubator in Bangalore.
“Our team has worked on this for over two years,” said Purolation CEO and co-founder, Pramod Sahu.
“It has a lot to offer to any healthcare provider.
The idea is to empower our healthcare users to focus on what they really need,” he continued.
Sahu said the team had been working on this project for three years.
“Purolation’s app will help people take their daily routine back.
The goal is to make life easier for patients, healthcare professionals and other stakeholders,” he told The Hindu.
Pretend you’re a customer who has to buy something from the supermarket.
Purified allows you order from your phone.
You have to input a few details, such as your credit card number and address, and the app will tell you how much it costs.
You can then make the purchase, and Puroified will pay you a cashback of the total amount.
“You have to pay at the time of purchase, but it’s always paid at the end of the transaction,” said Kumar.
Protein and sugar are the most common ingredients for making protein and sugar, and a lot is made from these, he said, adding that there are two other ingredients that are added in.
The first is flour, and these ingredients help bind the protein and the sugar together, and then the other ingredient is added to bind the other ingredients together.
“These two ingredients help to keep the protein soft and the sweetness sweet,” he clarified.
Kuram said Purified’s app is a step towards making people more productive.
“This app is about giving people a real, time-lapse, virtual reality experience of when they are at home, eating, taking their daily dose, and taking their morning dose,” he shared.
Purolate is currently available for free on the app store.
“There are a few ways to get Puroated, and we are currently looking for more users,” he informed.