Tata Digital, a 100% subsidiary of Tata Sons, slows down the launch of SuperApp, seeking more transparency in Consumer Protection Rules. The company might end up establishing an independent company if the e-commerce rules are implemented. Officials related to the launch informed that the company will have to restructure the plans of SuperApp if the rules draft is forced into action.

Why is Tata Digital slowing down the launch of SuperApp?

Tata Digital had chalked down its plan of launching the app in the recent future as a step ahead to level up against its rival firms including Flipkart, PhonePe, Reliance, Amazon, Udaan, etc. However, the plan took a notable setback till there is no clear and final update regarding e-commerce rules. Despite this announcement, it is learned that a test launch has already taken place with an intimate user group in Bengaluru.
What is SuperApp?
Tata Digital’s SuperApp is all-together an e-commerce app providing services and products of all kinds including lifestyle, fashion, entertainment, financial services, and many more. This multi-purpose app aims at gathering all kinds of goods and services and offering the same to its users. It is no less than a digital mall.

The digital world has evolved impeccably over the years. So much so, there are fewer- storage and memory-consuming Super Apps which list down everything in consumer’s requirements. Managing individual apps for different uses is burdensome and time-consuming. Super Apps delivers an effortless experience to consumers. Some of the most familiar SuperApps include WeChat, AliPay, Grab, GoTo, Zalo, and Kakao from around the world. India’s preparing for the Super app marketplace. Some of the apps- in- making in India are- Tata Digital SuperApp, Reliance, Paytm, Flipkart, PhonePay, Zee5, etc.
Tata Digital- Tata Group’s subsidiary
Tata Digital Limited, incorporated on March 11, 2019, is an entirely owned subsidiary of Tata Group which has been set up for addressing different consumers’ needs in a single platform. It is a non-government company based in Mumbai, India. Pratik Pal is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tata Digital who is known for his roles as the Global Head of Retail, Hospitality, Travel and CPG industries.

Tata Digital is aiming to construct a digital empire backed by Curefit, BigBasket, and most recent 1mg, an online pharma based in Gurgaon, India. Launching SuperApp is evident of the fact that the company is going for the bigger picture as it aims to build the app as the e-commerce marketplace. Accelerating its pace of growth in the Digital market, Tata Group claims to have set goals for Tata Digital to “ to bring together this acumen and deep technology expertise to simplify lives and deliver enriched consumer experiences “.