MartJackto manage Walmart India's online store for buyers in Lucknow and Hyderabad
The registered grocery stores, who buy from Walmart, can order the products online and pick them up at the store or get them delivered at their doorstep.
The cash and carry service has 15,000 registered users for its online platform at each centre. The registered grocery stores, who buy from Walmart, can order the products online and pick them up at the store or get them delivered at their doorstep.
Apart from 20 cash-and-carry stores, Walmart plans to launch its B2B e-commerce platform across all its centres over the coming months.
“The technology is secured, scalable and reliable and provides an integrated set of applications that makes it a convenient online shopping experience for members,“ said Vinod Krishnan, business head of e-commerce and CIO of Walmart India.
“There is a huge potential for ecommerce in commerce in Middle-East as well as SouthEast Asia,“ said Abhay Deshpande, founder and CEO of Hyderabad-based Reasoning Global eApplications which runs MartJack. The company currently has a 2,000 strong client base comprising of medium and large retailers across three locations.
Apart from clients such as logistics company Aramex which provides global marketplace in the Middle East through its Shop and Ship service, the company also powers consumer electronics retailer chain in Sharaf DG in the region.
Apart from being the enterprise e-commerce platform, the company powers Bodyshop's India website as well as brands such as eZone and Hometown by Future Group and logistics company, Gati.
Hosted by Microsoft's cloud platform Azure, MartJack is looking at 65% business from international markets by 2017. “At present, 80% of our business comes from India but we are looking at changing the mix,“ adds the CEO.