Startup Prozo has raised $10 million to expand Prozo’s warehousing and fulfillment footprint, client base, technology and analytics capability, according to an official statement. The company serves clients like Reliance JioMart, McGraw Hill, Lavie, WinMagic Toys, and other D2C brands across more than 10 categories.
The company’s technology stack includes Warehouse Management System (ProWMS), Unified Order Management System (ProOMS), Freight Recommendation & Transport Management System (ProShip), Intelligent Inventory placement Product (ProPlanning), and Insights & Analytics Product (ProInsights).
Prozo Growing at a pace of 40 percent every month
“Prozo is revolutionizing the ecommerce supply chain for brands and enterprises via its full-stack, end-to-end, multi-channel fulfillment solutions. Deeper penetration of e-commerce and proliferation of brands has led to strong tailwinds for the business that has been growing close to 40 percent month-on-month. We are elated to join hands with Sixth Sense and leverage their expertise and network in the consumer universe,” said Dr Jakhar, Founder and CEO, Prozo.
“Prozo is solving a key problem in a very large market. By 2025, India’s ecommerce market is expected to cross $200 billion, and there would be nearly 340 million ecommerce customers. Hundreds of enterprises, thousands of D2C brands, and over a million SMEs will compete to serve this humongous customer base. We are excited about the pivotal role Prozo will play as a tech-driven integrated supply chain partner to these companies,” said Nikhil Vora, Founder, Sixth Sense Ventures.
Founded in 2016 by Dr Ashvini Jakhar, a former Lieutenant Commander with the Indian Navy and ex-McKinsey consultant, Prozo provides end-to-end supply chain solutions and ‘Prime like’ (same day, next day delivery) fulfillment to SMEs, D2C brands, and enterprises on a pay-per-use model.
The Series A Funding round was led by Sixth Sense Ventures. Jafco Asia and HNIs also participated in the round. Dexter Capital Advisor was the exclusive financial advisor to Prozo in its Series-A fund raise.
Prior to this round, Prozo had raised capital from Earlsfield Capital Partners LLP and other prominent angels.