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Ombooks debuts in online market, partners with infibeam to spout growing e-shoppers


Offline book market leader Om Book Shop has gone a step further to tap the online consumers and launched its online store  powered by’s e-commerce technology and supply chain platform.

Speaking on the launch,, Director, Corporate Development, Neeru Sharma said, “After powering a list of prominent brands and retailers, getting Om Book Shop online is an important implementation on our platform. We would cater to get them as much and more successful online presence as their offline stores currently has, maintaining the ever satisfactory customer experience. Also adding to that we expect to delight the customers with a much easy and quick buying from a much wider range of books online.”

The online bookstore houses more than 12 million books and also houses a range of other general merchandise products. Om Book Shop has seven outlets at easily locatable areas of Delhi and NCR. Om Book Shop is very highly liked by regular book lovers, due to its wide selection and pricing.

Om Books International, Publisher, Ajay Mago said “I am very happy for associating ourselves with for Om Book Shop’s prominent online visibility. With new and innovative techniques they have helped us greatly in managing the supply chain and making our wide range of books available to our customers at their doorstep. They have provided us with a great platform and we look forward to continue giving a great shopping experience by making our online store an easy buying and quick delivery for all our valued customers.”

 Infibeam platform powers large retailers like,, Hidesign and many others. Infibeam plans to add more number of products on the Om Book Store platform and offer more features and services to customers on the site.

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    With millions of shoppers online, marketers fight it hard to make their product stand out from the crowd. The unique the offer and the product, the more they catch eyeballs. Usually people buy gadgets and small items from online stores. Some years back gifting cakes and flowers to other countries was the trend. Now this trend is only adding onto its caps.

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