Payroll Solutions


PayWheel is an end-to-end payroll solution for employers in India. This innovative solution manages everything from virtual punch cards and timesheets to automated payslips and payroll processing.

  • Employees can log hours worked, request leave, and submit reimbursement claims.
  • Employers can assign shifts, manage users and roles, and even approve loans to qualifying requesters.

The system meets official compliance rules, is protected by the highest security standards, and even offers biometric user authentication.

Try PayWheel and streamline your entire workforce management so employees can focus on what they do best.

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Product Promotions

Tricon Badges™ for Shopify

Tricon Badges™ is a free Shopify app that allows you to add colourful promotional banners to merchandise in your Shopify-powered online store: On Sale, New Arrival, Sold Out, Special Offer, and more.  

This Shopify app is easy to use and won’t affect your store’s loading speed. It includes a large library of available badges that you can adjust to match your store’s theme and apply to your products based on filters and product metadata.  

Best of all, it’s free! Enhance your Shopify experience with Tricon Badges™. 

Parcel Security


PorchGuru is a new app-based service in the United States that tackles a growing problem: the theft of packages from front porches.

PorchGuru’s app for iOS and Android connects individuals with neighbors who are available to receive and hold on to online purchases.

  • Use the PorchGuru to identify a nearby PorchGuru.
  • Place your online order.
  • List your local PorchGuru as the recipient.
  • Receive an alert when your PorchGuru receives the package.
  • Pick up your purchase from your PorchGuru at a convenient time.
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