How will startups meet the needs of tomorrow’s customers​?

How will startups meet the needs of tomorrow’s customers​?

Partha Dash, SVP, Moglix talks about the need for startups to adopt a dual-lens of providing short-term operational solutions to problems facing their customers and a long-term strategic route for targeting customer growth opportunities. As we weather through COVID19, it becomes essential for startups to rethink their current digital offerings with a long term impact. Collaboration always adds value to the new product and brings along the changes needed but not noticed.

Startups have an opportunity to partner with their customers and create connected teams, value chains, and supply chains of the future and offer technology-driven solutions that augment trust-building, security, and transparency.

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Rahul Garg’s Insights on ​Supply Chain Ecosystem

Rahul Garg, CEO & Founder, Moglix, journey as an entrepreneur and learning of startup and supply chain ecosystem.

Rahul Garg’s Insights on ​Supply Chain Ecosystem

Read about the Indian startup ecosystem, and the supply chain industry as Rahul Garg, CEO & Founder, Moglix talks about his journey as an entrepreneur and as a founder of Asia’s largest B2B e-commerce platform. Rahul focuses on his learnings and understanding of the current supply chains and what is it that he aims to add to this ecosystem. He discusses the importance of being visionary and having a team that can align itself to the vision to be able to build solutions and products that are built to last.

Tech Startups Can Transform the Supply Chain in Southeast Asia

High quality image of Tech startups transforming supply chain of Southeast Asia

Tech Startups Can Transform the Supply Chain in Southeast Asia

Tech startups with intelligent automation capabilities can make supply chain transformation happen in SEA. Southeast Asia is a strong technology startup ecosystem, and with laser focus on research and development in high-end digital technologies certainly emerges among the frontrunners. Digitisation is the reality check given to us by this pandemic, leveraging on this and building new-age solutions to minimize the recurring gaps in the supply chains is the next step. Businesses need to enable intelligent automation and restructure in order to be the future winners.

MSME’s low-cost innovation is the key to minimize supply chain disruptions

MSME’s low-cost innovation is the key to minimize supply chain disruptions

As we fight the COVID-19 pandemic, leveraging on the opportunity presented by it for us to innovate further and incorporate on low-cost solutions is more important than ever. As MSME’s make most of the proportion of businesses in India, it is a need for them to leverage low-cost innovations to enable support on-ground and generate employment.

COVID-19 crisis exposed several gaps in contract creation and analysis

COVID-19 crisis exposed several gaps in contract creation and analysis

Rahul Garg, CEO & Founder, Moglix Business reveals the need for hospitals to seek the greater predictability into the demand patterns, assess financial costs, resource engagements, and manpower, in order to survive. And these are possible through tech-supported decisions with greater visibility, more awareness, more variables, and much more sense of knowledge about one’s supply chains, procurement, and logistics.

How Moglix Onboards Marquee Investors During Its Inception

How Moglix Onboards Marquee Investors During Its Inception

Rahul Garg, CEO & Founder, Moglix Business discusses his fund raising strategies during the early days, especially through marquee investors like Ratan Tata, Accel, Jungle Ventures etc. Rahul focuses on how important mentorship is for critical feedback which is essential for the growth of any and every company.

He also shares his learnings and knowledge from his discussions and experience.

Leaders must communicate trust and certainty through their actions: Sandeep Goel

Sandeep Goel Moglix SVP Technology

Leaders must communicate trust and certainty through their actions: Sandeep Goel

The last few months have changed the way in which leaders respond to crisis. In the wake of the COVID19 pandemic, leaders must appreciate the new challenges facing each of the different stakeholder groups. They need to be able to communicate trust and certainty through their actions.

The news of shutdowns, mass retrenchments, and personal losses have made issues of mental fatigue, burnout, depression very commonplace. Making sure that employees have the right workflow platforms, collaboration tools, and technologies can make the work from experience smooth for employees. Doing so allows employees to work from the safety of their homes and enable transition from offline mode to a transparent data-driven decision-making paradigm.

Leading With Empathy

Leading With Empathy

The story highlights the changes incorporated by the leading women executives into their business strategies in the new normal. Saumya Khare, Director- Human Capital at Moglix Business discusses how the organisation adapted to the new normal and the importance to lead with empathy and why it should be one of the basic tenets of leadership.

Focusing on Cost Optimisation Will Enable India To Turn Into A Global Manufacturing Hub

Focusing on Cost Optimisation Will Enable India To Turn Into A Global Manufacturing Hub

Disruptions caused by COVID19 in global supply chains have moved the world to search for the next global manufacturing hub. This gives India the opportunity India to reform its manufacturing sector and make its supply chain more competitive.

As manufacturing enterprises navigate through “make or buy” decisions on costs, a focused approach to cost optimisation during the ongoing crisis and beyond will enable India to yet again demonstrate its history of pursuing reforms during a crisis.