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Myntra acquires Bengaluru-based tech firm InLogg, strengthen logistics

InLogg is Myntra's fourth technology-led acquisition

ANI  |  New Delhi 

Myntra acquires Bengaluru-based tech firm InLogg, strengthen logistics

portal on Wednesday announced that it has acquired InLogg, a Bengaluru-based platform that provides end to end logistics solutions for the sector.

As part of the acquisition, the team at has been inducted into Myntra, making it an acqui-hire that will further strengthen and expand Myntra's supply chain capabilities.

"Myntra's vision is to use to democratise fashion. With an 80 per cent year on year growth, we are on a strong trajectory to achieve this. The acqui-hire with the platform and capabilities will help us scale while delivering great customer experience in Tier II, III and IV cities. It will allow us to leverage local and regional players to enhance our reach, reduce delivery time and develop a plug and play model which can be scaled in the future," said Ananya Tripathi, Chief Strategy and Planning Officer,

was founded in 2015 by a team with first-hand expertise in fulfillment, and business, with an aim to standardise the process of logistics in remote areas and bring in efficiency. To enable accesibility, the platform has onboarded local and regional courier players in multiple states across the country.

The company stitches composite supply chain using multiple regional logistics players to provide a pan India delivery network.

Over 50 percent of the and retail business in India is contributed by tier II, III and IV cities and towns. With limited logistical capability and reliability in these areas, devised a solution to bridge the gap with

is uplifting sophistication of regional courier by providing SaaS for shipment lifecycle management, mobile apps for pickup, delivery, returns, COD reconciliation, reporting and analytics. This helps in standardising the logistics fulfillment process and providing needed visibility.

With this acquisition, will be able to strengthen its logistics capability with an expanded reach and enhanced customer experience.

"With the implementation of GST, launch of Value added services and continued focus on efficiency in FY18 has led to SCM becoming one of the most exciting areas where we will continue to invest for the future," said Ambarish Kenghe, Chief Product Officer,

is Myntra's fourth technology-led acquisition. Prior to this, the latter acqui-hired two other Bengaluru-based - Native5, a mobile app development firm in 2015 and Cubeit, a tech start-up in 2016.

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Myntra acquires Bengaluru-based tech firm InLogg, strengthen logistics

InLogg is Myntra's fourth technology-led acquisition

InLogg is Myntra's fourth technology-led acquisition
portal on Wednesday announced that it has acquired InLogg, a Bengaluru-based platform that provides end to end logistics solutions for the sector.

As part of the acquisition, the team at has been inducted into Myntra, making it an acqui-hire that will further strengthen and expand Myntra's supply chain capabilities.

"Myntra's vision is to use to democratise fashion. With an 80 per cent year on year growth, we are on a strong trajectory to achieve this. The acqui-hire with the platform and capabilities will help us scale while delivering great customer experience in Tier II, III and IV cities. It will allow us to leverage local and regional players to enhance our reach, reduce delivery time and develop a plug and play model which can be scaled in the future," said Ananya Tripathi, Chief Strategy and Planning Officer,

was founded in 2015 by a team with first-hand expertise in fulfillment, and business, with an aim to standardise the process of logistics in remote areas and bring in efficiency. To enable accesibility, the platform has onboarded local and regional courier players in multiple states across the country.

The company stitches composite supply chain using multiple regional logistics players to provide a pan India delivery network.

Over 50 percent of the and retail business in India is contributed by tier II, III and IV cities and towns. With limited logistical capability and reliability in these areas, devised a solution to bridge the gap with

is uplifting sophistication of regional courier by providing SaaS for shipment lifecycle management, mobile apps for pickup, delivery, returns, COD reconciliation, reporting and analytics. This helps in standardising the logistics fulfillment process and providing needed visibility.

With this acquisition, will be able to strengthen its logistics capability with an expanded reach and enhanced customer experience.

"With the implementation of GST, launch of Value added services and continued focus on efficiency in FY18 has led to SCM becoming one of the most exciting areas where we will continue to invest for the future," said Ambarish Kenghe, Chief Product Officer,

is Myntra's fourth technology-led acquisition. Prior to this, the latter acqui-hired two other Bengaluru-based - Native5, a mobile app development firm in 2015 and Cubeit, a tech start-up in 2016.
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Myntra acquires Bengaluru-based tech firm InLogg, strengthen logistics

InLogg is Myntra's fourth technology-led acquisition

portal on Wednesday announced that it has acquired InLogg, a Bengaluru-based platform that provides end to end logistics solutions for the sector.

As part of the acquisition, the team at has been inducted into Myntra, making it an acqui-hire that will further strengthen and expand Myntra's supply chain capabilities.

"Myntra's vision is to use to democratise fashion. With an 80 per cent year on year growth, we are on a strong trajectory to achieve this. The acqui-hire with the platform and capabilities will help us scale while delivering great customer experience in Tier II, III and IV cities. It will allow us to leverage local and regional players to enhance our reach, reduce delivery time and develop a plug and play model which can be scaled in the future," said Ananya Tripathi, Chief Strategy and Planning Officer,

was founded in 2015 by a team with first-hand expertise in fulfillment, and business, with an aim to standardise the process of logistics in remote areas and bring in efficiency. To enable accesibility, the platform has onboarded local and regional courier players in multiple states across the country.

The company stitches composite supply chain using multiple regional logistics players to provide a pan India delivery network.

Over 50 percent of the and retail business in India is contributed by tier II, III and IV cities and towns. With limited logistical capability and reliability in these areas, devised a solution to bridge the gap with

is uplifting sophistication of regional courier by providing SaaS for shipment lifecycle management, mobile apps for pickup, delivery, returns, COD reconciliation, reporting and analytics. This helps in standardising the logistics fulfillment process and providing needed visibility.

With this acquisition, will be able to strengthen its logistics capability with an expanded reach and enhanced customer experience.

"With the implementation of GST, launch of Value added services and continued focus on efficiency in FY18 has led to SCM becoming one of the most exciting areas where we will continue to invest for the future," said Ambarish Kenghe, Chief Product Officer,

is Myntra's fourth technology-led acquisition. Prior to this, the latter acqui-hired two other Bengaluru-based - Native5, a mobile app development firm in 2015 and Cubeit, a tech start-up in 2016.

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