Arvind Internet, omni-channel enablement company owned by textiles major Arvind Ltd, is looking to expand its services to new geographies like South East Asia, West Asia and the US, said a top company official.
Besides, Arvind Internet is also expanding its domestic business by associating with around 2 to 3 brands every month, he added.
We are in advanced talks with several large brands and will be expanding our omni-channel services to customers in South East Asia, West Asia and the US. Our expansion plans include foraying into countries such as Malaysia, Hong Kong, UAE, and Saudi Arabia, amongst others," Arvind Internet Co-Founder & CEO Mukul Bafana told PTI.
He added: "Our focus is ensuring retail productivity and seamless end-to-end services for brands while delivering an integrated journey across multiple channels for consumers."
Presently, it is working with 43 brands in India -- both Arvind and non-Arvind brands.
The network now covers over 3,000 stores, which makes Arvind Internet as the largest omni-channel enabling company, he added.
This allows brands to power their primary portals and enable omni-channel services, such as click-and-collect, 2-hour delivery from store, return-to-store etc.
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