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Evenflow, Unicommerce partner to strengthen supply chain, streamline operations

Ecommerce roll-up brand Evenflow partnered with Unicommerce to incorporate the latter’s order management and warehouse management solution for its nine brands.

Some of Evenflow’s brands managed through Unicommerce are BabyPro, Rusabl, Vifitkit, Senego, and Rolid, among others. At present, the company manages its multiple warehouses located across India.

Unicommerce’s technology will enable Evenflow to streamline its supply chain leading to improved warehouse efficiency and automated order processing to ensure on-time and faster deliveries. Evenflow has brands across sports and fitness, baby care, home and kitchen, garden and outdoors, and daily sustainable products, where Unicommerce’s solutions make for a perfect fit. 

Unicommerce’s supply-chain SaaS platform will also assist Evenflow in elevating the post-purchase experience, bringing operational efficiency to achieve cost optimisation. 

Volopay teams up with Visa for fintech fast-track programme in APAC

Post the company’s Series A announcement, Y Combinator-backed corporate cards and payable management company Volopay has partnered with Visa’s fintech fast-track programme to offer financial management solutions.

Rajith Shaji, CEO and Co-founder, Volopay, said, 

“The partnership with Visa’s fintech fast-track programme gives us an edge that we haven’t had before. The ability to issue our own cards sets us apart from other fintech providers who are merely distributing cards. This way, we will have full control over the product we provide to our clients.” 

The programme is not just a licence to issue Visa cards, but a gateway for Volopay into a thriving financial ecosystem. The programme also grants Volopay access to a fair share of guidance, credibility, and establishment aid.

“We intend to keep moving up the value chain, and the Visa programme allows us to do that. Multiple markets allow non-banks to issue cards. With our card, we can create a rounded financial stack to offer our customers. It is an unparalleled mark of credibility,” added Rohit Bhageria, Founding Member, Volopay.

Humsafar India to expand its fuel at doorstep services in 200+ cities during FY22

Humsafar India, a diesel at doorstep service startup, plans to expand its energy distribution services in 200 more cities in India during FY22-23. At present, it offers its services in about 100 cities across the nation.


“The doorstep fuel delivery model has grown rapidly across the country and scaled up even faster in the post-Covid era. This is due to a multitude of factors, including, the global supply chain and economics of fuel trade, structural constraints of the existing distribution model, changing buying behaviour of consumers, and technological disruption. Above all, the government is actively promoting the concept of doorstep diesel delivery (DDD), which has successfully enabled over 1,000 entrepreneurs to make energy more accessible,” said Sanya Goel, Co-founder, Humsafar India.

“Currently we have 20 percent of the market share for diesel at doorstep service and plan to capture 30 percent share during the current FY 2022-23. Bringing diesel on wheels through mobile petrol pumps has been one of our major accomplishments, we want to reach each and every corner of India and revolutionise the distribution of all kinds of energy in future,” she adds.

Humsafar is planning to enter the green energy market synergizing its core business. “We are eager to launch e-Humsafar Mobile Petrol Pumps (e-HMPP) to help our customers in their efforts to reduce their carbon footprints. We are also planning to enter the e-vehicle charging station business and talks are on with renowned companies in this field,” stated Nishit Goel, Co-founder of Humsafar India.

Rosmerta Group acquires Sensorise Digital Services

Rosmerta Group has acquired Sensorise Digital Services to enhance its product offerings for its valued customers.

With this acquisition, Sensorise is all set for the next level of growth by adding Rosmerta Group’s financial and technological strength and presence across the country.

Rosmerta Group is a strategic investor in Sensorise since its inception. Sensorise is a pioneer in the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) communications in India, with expertise in supplying end-to-end solutions for improving Quality of Service (QoS), remote management, and lifecycle management.


Rosmerta Group brought many first-of-its-kind innovative products, services, and solutions to India, including high-security number plates (HSRP), smart card-based driving licenses, vehicle registration certificates (DL, RC), intelligent transport management systems (ITMS), automated driving test tracks (ADTT), automated inspection and certification (I&C), vehicle registration services, and OEM agnostic vehicle services.

The company has a strong presence in almost all states in India with over 7,000 employees’.

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