Google India MD invests in smart ERP startup Fulfil.IO


US and Bangalore based ERP startup Fulfil.IO gets funded by Google India and Southeast Aisa, MD, Ranjan Anandan

The next generation ERP solutions developer, Fulfil.IO received an undisclosed amount of funds from Ranjan Anandan, Managing Director of Google Indian and South East Asia.

Fulfil.IO was founded in 2015 by Rituparna Panda, Tarun Bhardwaj, Prakash Pandey and Sharoon Thomas. This is a cloud based smart ERP solutions that lets enterprises manage inventory and automate processes. Traditionally a system needs multiple applications to handle multiple processes and also multiple applications to handle inventory. This cloud based software will “Shift+Del” these entire complex infrastructure with their unique cloud based solution.

Now the enterprise can concentrate more on customers with the single view of customer it receives from Fulfil.IO and less on operations.

The received funding will help this startup grow operations and increase its reach in US market.

According to sources and reports by Business World, CEO of Fulfil.IO – Sharoon Thomas said, ““We are very excited to get Rajan’s support in our journey. He is one of the most respected names in the tech industry, understands internet retail and the need for better tools for growing e-commerce businesses. In our process of scaling up, we are sure we will gain a lot from his experience of building and scaling world class products in the internet retail space”.

“This increased visibility is crucial for retailers to improve customer experience and bottom line. Our customers have seen 20%+ growth, up to 11% in reduction of back orders and more shipments per employee after using Fulfil.IO,” Sharoon added, as per Business World Reports.

Ranjan Anandan, MD, Google India

Ranjan Anandan has made 40 investments in 37 companies till date and made a strong portfolio of startups. Among them are LetsVenture, MyPoolin, and many others. He is also the founder of Blue Ocean ventures. Ranjan started off his career with Dell, later joined McKinsey and was the director of Microsoft India before working with Google.

He is an active angel investor for Indian Technology startups. In time we will know how well this recent investment of his will pay off.

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