Unicommerce, a SaaS platform for retail brands, planned to add over 1,000 businesses to its roster in the next five months and is on a target to post a 100% year-over-year (YoY) growth in new client acquisition.
Meanwhile, the company onboarded more than 1800 online businesses and includes 200 enterprise accounts leading to a 75% Y-o-Y increase in the retail SaaS major’s acquisition of enterprise clients.
It had added brands like Bestseller, Madame, Tom Tailor, Fabindia, Supper Bottoms, Marks & Spencer etc, and many more are proves of Unicommerce’s appeal and its rapid growth.
The company is focused on building a deep-rooted presence in India and is working towards onboarding sellers from Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities of the country.
Kapil Makhija, CEO of the company sad, “We are building a sustainable business with a focus on growth and profitability as we continue to penetrate in India and international markets.”
On the other hand, Unicommerce’s platform enables brands to enhance the post-purchase experience for end consumers and bring operational efficiency leading to cost optimization.
As of September 2022, the integrated post-purchase experience management platform has processed 600 million sale order items amounting to US $ 5 billion GMV annually.
Unicommerce is on a strong growth trajectory in India and international markets. Consistently onboarding 2000+ brands every year is a testimony of our great products and how Unicommerce is becoming a preferred choice of retail brands across sectors, Kapil Makhija mentioned.
Along with that, they are building a sustainable business with a focus on growth and profitability as they continue to penetrate India and international markets.
Unicommerce is also witnessing a rising demand for its platform in international markets as well. The company has recently announced its expansion into 10 countries across the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia region.
In a span of a year, the company has acquired 50+ international clients and reported 250 percent Y-o-Y growth in terms of order volumes.