Dukkantek enables merchants to compete in an evolving digital world
In response to the increase in demand, and after a recent influx of US$ 5.2mn in funding, Dukkantek, the UAE’s first revolutionary store management platform officially announced its expansion into six additional markets; Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Turkey.
The funding has facilitated Dukkantek’s plans to expand efficiently and further assisted the improvement of its technology stack, expanded the platform’s reach, and served its ever-growing merchant base.
Dukkantek was founded in January 2021 by three co-founders who jointly witnessed a gap in the market to provide small and medium-sized merchants with functional technology. The platform is designed to fully enable traditional merchants and dark stores to compete in the evolving digital world equally, a press communique indicated.
“We have identified traditional and community-based merchants operating in these markets that were underserviced and had reached out to them offering our solution and genuine support. We have already sold our solution to over 1,000 merchants across these new markets,” remarked Ali Al Sayegh, Co-Founder, Dukkantek.
With the ever-growing demand for cashless payments, the platform’s cloud-hosted software allows business owners to keep track of transactions, monitor sales, calculate VAT, generate reports, and calculate profit margin.
Additionally, its unique Cloud Inventory Management (IM) helps track stock, manage stock value, organize the inventory, manage fast-moving products, and generate reports for analysis. The POS system and its business offering will further allow merchants to facilitate a magnitude of sales, streamline its data and advance its internal systems cost-effectively, the press statement concluded.