Himanshu-Abhishek’s ItzEazy Is One-Stop Facilitator For All Govt Services-Related Documentation

ItzEazy is a Govtech startup owned and founded by Himanshu and Abhishek Sharma. It is aiming of making government documentation easy, transparent and more accessible.

Himanshu says, “We are working towards addressing one of the toughest areas, that is, government documentation. We want to provide solutions to hassles and the ordeal faced by citizens for procuring essential government documents. Our business will provide convenient consultancy support to clients for receiving a range of documents from government offices right to their doorstep. Our intervention is to help our clients by making the process easier, which otherwise requires a lot of time and energy.”

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ItzEasy Setup:

The idea of starting up this was done in 2013 by three MBA graduates without any external funding and resources, but a lot of enthusiasm.

Himanshu stated, “With almost no experience in this field, modest resources and recurring hiccups, we even thought of shutting down and getting back to regular jobs. I faced the usual issues related to HR, business partners and other management aspects.”

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Himanshu revived ItzEasy in 2015 after the company was shut down in 2014 for the time being as one of the co-founders left it.

Himanshu got inspired from the other startups and tried not to figure out the loopholes to avoid common mistakes. Over the years, the company survived the odds and has carved a niche in the sector due to a sustainable model and Himanshu’s perseverance.

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What does ItzEasy Do?

ItzEasy offers a wide variety of administrations as a piece of its B2B and B2C administrations. These include arranging for a birth certificate, marriage registrations, passport, affidavit, visa, among others.

A client looking get a government document can put a demand to the group, and ItzEasy chips away at a benefit of the client to obtain the records. Himanshu says, "We are in talks with various state governments to work with them directly, but nothing has been finalised yet. We hope to simplify the process as much as we can."

The company has tied up with several well-known companies like Quikr, One Assist, and Reliance Industries for its B2B business where various service requests are routed through ItzEasy.

It is extremely user-friendly where the person needs just log into the website and place a request for the service required submitting all the documents. ItzEasy takes care of all other requirements and delivers the final request to the user’s address. The consultancy comes for free of charge but ItzEasy charges for the services it provides.

Within three years of inception, its full-fledged services are available in 12 cities in India, and it has developed a network of partners in 150 other cities.

by Vijay Singh | Mon, Jun 25 - 04:20 PM

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