Unicommerce, an integrated SaaS platform for post-purchase experience management has announced that over 8000 warehouses will be leveraging its warehouse management platform by March 2023. More than 7200 warehouses are already live on Unicommerce’s Warehouse Management Platform and managing more than 96 Mn SKUs across serving diverse sectors like FMCG, Beauty and wellness, fashion and accessories, and eyewear. The network of Unicommerce-powered warehouses is Pan-India with facilities located across all the states and union territories of India.
Unicommerce’s warehouse management SaaS solutions process millions of orders every day to serve consumers across India and international markets.
Over the last couple of years, many companies have automated various parts of business operations to serve the rising e-commerce order volume. Companies have deployed Unicommerce’s warehouse management platform to manage and automate all the workflows of the warehouse from picking, packing, dispatch of goods as well as procurement of goods at the warehouse. The SaaS platform is designed to ensure seamless integration of multiple warehouses and enable automatic order allocation to the warehouse nearest to consumers along with managing return orders at the warehouse. It also helps in centralizing crucial tasks such as maintaining optimal stock levels automatically along with real-time inventory management, automated purchase management, routing and tracking of shipments, etc.
As e-commerce gained momentum in the country, multiple new categories and business models have emerged in the last two years. Unicommerce’s ability to help D2C brands expand their operations to multiple warehouses as they grow rapidly has seen Unicommerce emerge as the dominant SaaS platform for warehouse management technology solutions.
Unicommerce’s sector-agnostic platform can accommodate category-specific workflows in the warehouses and works seamlessly to serve the needs of different industries. The ability of the platform to manage different types of serialization (unique numbers, batch level numbers, European Article Numbers, bar codes etc) makes Unicommerce’s platform best suited to meet the dynamic needs of e-commerce businesses.
Unicommerce has worked with 15000+ companies across the country, which includes some of the leading brands such as Boat, mCaffeine, Chumbak, Adidas, Enamor, The Man Company, Beardo, Marico, Emami, and many more. The company also works with all the leading roll-up firms in the country including Mensa Brands, Evenflow, GOAT Labs, 10Club, Upscalio, and Honasa Consumers, Milton and TCNS among others.
Talking about the company’s exemplary growth, Kapil Makhija, CEO, Unicommerce, said, “Since inception, Unicommerce has been working with some of the biggest brands of the country and enabling them with a technology platform to digitse their warehouse and other supply-chain operations. As the industry models evolve and companies venture into multiple sectors, a platform like ours is playing a pivotal role in transforming supply chain technology. Apart from significant new client acquisitions, our growth is also fuelled by our existing clients deploying our solutions for their new warehouses spread across the country. Our initiatives and growth is solidifying our position as the market leader and we are very bullish on the growth opportunities.”
The Unicommerce platform has a huge integration network of over 160 marketplaces, logistics providers, and ERP systems, making it easier for companies to deploy Unicommerce’s warehouse management platform and manage all their national and international orders on a centralised platform. A few of the key platform partners of Unicommerce are Amazon, Flipkart, Myntra, Lazada, Noon, Shopify, Magento, Delhivery, FedEx, Blue Dart, DTDC, Ginesys, Logic, and Tally, among many others.
Unicommerce also recently announced its plans to increase its workforce by 50% to support its expansion plans. Its platform is used to process over 450 mn orders annually, amounting to USD 5bn GMV. Its integrated order management, inventory management, and warehouse management platform is used to process 20% of India’s e-commerce volumes.