whatsonmycard App – a year on and still going strong

shanaazp —  November 5, 2013 — 1 Comment

whatsonmycard logoIn December last year, Tutuka extended our services to the world of Android, BlackBerry and Apple devices through the launch of our very own whatsonmycard application. This now allowed card holders to check their card balances, when they like and from the comfort of their own homes, cars, at the gym or basically anywhere they want.

Since then, the popularity of the application has grown and more and more people have recognised the benefit and usefulness of it.

In June this year, the number of users making use of the whatsonmycard application across the three different platforms reached to over 400 enquiries and a total of 1350 balance enquiries in June alone.

These growth figures are evident in the graph below, which shows growth scales from the application launch in December to June this year.

whatsonmycard growth June 2012

Since then, evident in the graph below, statistics have shot up at a drastic rate, reaching numbers in the thousands.

whatsonmycard growth - latest

To date, the application has proven to be successful and quite the hit amongst its users. A year into the game, as Tutuka, we are hoping to keep up to date with the latest in innovation, supplying our clients with only the most convenient and reliable ways of utilising our services and products.

We look forward to a future of growing scales and numbers and for greater things to come.

*Click on images to enlarge

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One response to whatsonmycard App – a year on and still going strong

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