Paytm-backed logistics analytics firm, LogiNext, has opened its software-as-a-service platform for clients across 100 overseas markets, reported ET. The startup is also in talks with major retailers such as Walmart and Sears to sell the enterprise software for field workforce management.
LogiNext was founded in 2014 by Dhruvil Sanghvi and Manisha Raisinghani. The startup helps logistics companies improve their internal operations, optimise delivery networks and provide superior customer service using data collection, advanced analytics and visualisation. It is currently operational in Gurgaon, Mumbai, Jaipur and Ahmedabad.
Loginext recently signed on a large franchisee for food retail in West Asia as well as a nuclear power producer in the US to provide its software.
Speaking on the development, Dhruvil Sanghvi, CEO of LogiNext said, “We decided to get into this as we can get global clients to sign up on the platform, which is free for 15 days and is a paid offering following that. We have seen multiple sign-ups within 24 hours of opening up the platform, with majority of requests coming in from retail, FMCG and traditional sectors.“
The SaaS model, which is opened for registration across 100 countries, is yet to be launched in India, where LogiNext works with clients such as Myntra, Unilever, Coca-Cola and Suzuki on an offline basis.
“We launched in other markets first as the self-service model works best outside of India. We have also uploaded video and other guides online for the companies to understand the tools on our platform,“ Sanghvi said.
The startup has sales offices set up in Dubai and the US in order to tap into clients in these markets. For some of its larger clients, the software platform costs up t0 $100K per year.