The advent of e-commerce in India has revolutionized the approach towards running a business for best customer satisfaction and at scale. From fashion to travel, from utility to luxury, from e-wallets to e-cabs everything is available at a click or a press. This ease and accessibility is accelerating the consumers shift in the socio-economic ladder making on-line shopping a preferred means of shopping due to its convenience and wider options.
E-commerce has seen an unprecedented growth and this trend is likely to boom in the coming years with the advent of mobile commerce. Consumers today are purchasing nearly everything online, from antiques to furnishings and grocery to electronics. Gone are those days when the retailers used to directly source goods from suppliers and manufacturers. Today, there are e-commerce fulfilment distribution centres for distributing the products..
In order to grow, one needs to build sturdy partnerships. The building blocks of a great company are often laid across paths beyond the company’s immediate scope. As Gati grew from its initial years, like most other companies, it started to get into various partnerships and collaborations. Here is a look at Gati’s key collaborations and partnerships.
As a 25 year old company and a leader in the Indian logistics industry, the company has created a niche wherein logistics in India has become synonymous with Gati. To ensure that the legacy of high standards in logistics and delivery is sustained, the company has set in place a strong organizational structure that ensures seamless operational efficacy at work. The following is a quick look at Gati’s organizational framework –
Interested in joining us and exploring the world of Gati? Want to know how Gati works towards creating the perfect working place for each and every employee? In the modern world, one of the biggest challenges that many companies face, is talent retention. A fat pay cheque does not necessarily ensure loyalty. Neither does the so called notion of job security. The perfect mix comes by achieving the right combination between work, money, and your work ambience. People stick with an organization if they feel trusted, valued, and proud. Here is a quick look at how Gati builds upon those values.
Logistic is a dynamic industry involving planning and preparing resources. Software for key categories like freighting, inventory management, transportation and storage are critical for automating manual processes, boosting data entry and online tracking.
To meet the needs of India’s growing and varied logistics industry, the warehousing industry in the country has used private, public, government, co-operative as well as multiple other types of warehouses. Research about future trends, however, suggests that warehouses will become avant-garde, state-of-the-art and will help in the growth India’s growing logistics industry.
The Chairman, CEO & Founder, Directors and shareholders of Gati pay homage to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam at the Annual General Meeting of the company. Mr. K.L. Chugh, Chairman, Gati Ltd., paid tribute to the great man and said,
Cloud computing, has been changing the operating model for almost all the industries in recent years. The initial doubts about security have been addressed now and with technologies that are much advanced than they were a few years ago, every industry from ecommerce to healthcare to high-end robotic automation, are increasingly leveraging the benefits of the cloud. Any logistics unit worth its salt also needs to keep a tab on the millions of transactions that happen at any given period of time. This is where the importance of the cloud comes to the fore.
With multiple offices across India and thousands of employees, Gati has extensive and in-depth knowledge about managing and maintaining a huge network of people. Following is a quick look at how Gati establishes a fluid connection between its various groups of employees through a fast and seamless organizational structure.