WOW EXPRESS: Technology Enabled Deliveries

Sandeep Padoshi, Jayesh Kamat & Mazhar Faruqi,Co-FoundersIn today’s business environment, fast, reliable and benefiting services are all that counts to be the table stakes. For any organization to be in the forefront, customer satisfaction is considered to be of the utmost importance. And, believing in the fact that there’s no other expression on earth that in one single moment expresses ecstasy, delight, and amazement, Mumbai based WOW EXPRESS, plunged into the trending logistics arena with its unique tech-innovation and crafted personalized services. The company strives to not only ripple benefits but also fabricates wave for all involved in the spectrum.

Established in 2015, WOW EXPRESS soon was at the pinnacle of success with becoming one of the top five eCommerce focused logistic service providers in the country. Receiving the initial two rounds of funding, the company expanded its operations to multiple cities and currently has its presence across 17 states and covers across 42 cities. Led by a team of 800 employees on-board and serving majorly to PAN India,it manages close to about 20,000 shipments daily roughly catering to 1600 pin codes.

The Genesis
The inception idea of WOW Express
is not the one that evolved in a day.
It was the cumulative experiences of the Co-Founders that suggested the whole idea of institutionalizing a company that provides astonishing experience to the customers. Prior to founding WOW EXPRESS, Sandeep Padoshi, Jayesh Kamat, and Mazhar Faruqi have worked with leading names such as TNT, Singapore Post, DHL, Reliance, UPS, ACK Media and others. While Sandeep was working at Readers Digest, Mazhar and Jayesh acted as the service providers to him. Thus, working about for five years, and knowing about the synergy that matched their desire to start some thing off, the trio formed WOW EXPRESS.

WOW EXPRESS missions bestow technology-led customized solutions and seek to forge millions of fruitful episodes amongst all its stakeholders

“The eCommerce industry then was on the verge of transformation from inventory to a market place model. We saw this as an amplifying opportunity and thus ventured into the eCommerce logistics spectrum right from rending first to last mile services,” speaks Sandeep Padoshi, Co-Founder, WOW EXPRESS.

Customised Services, Happiness Assured
WOW EXPRESS missions to bestow technologyled customized solutions and seek to forge millions of fruitful episodes amongst all its stakeholders. Captivating itself to all types of logistics needs, the core services include WOW First Mile,
WOW Last Mile, WOW Reverse, WOW Now, WOW Warehousing, WOW Health Express and so on. These services accommodate to pick up, parcel, returns, domestic & international shipments, fulfilment centres and more.

Emphasizing on the unique aspect ‘WOW Health Express’– a technology-enabled pickup and delivery service of bodily fluids, Sandeep mentions, “Being the first organized player in this segment we do the civil pickup and delivery of blood sample and bone marrow sample.” He adds, “As the turnaround is very less, we try to accomplish the task within a 3-4 hours time-frame, keeping in mind the temperature and maintain 100 percent efficiency through an app and in real-time.”

The company leverages the cutting-edge innovations and integrated solutions right at the doorsteps. The applications imparted consist of Biker's Buddy App, Vehicle Tracking, LMDS & WMS, Mobile POS, COD Dashboard, WOW Future Tech and so on.

A Valued tech-enabled Logistics Hub
Mumbai headquartered WOW EXPRESS acts as a one-stop solution provider in the tech-enabled eCommerce logistics space. Backed by Manshukani family, co-promoters of Onida, the company has grown manifolds over the years. Some of the noteworthy clients are Amazon (WOW RUSH), Lime Road, Nykaa, Flipkart, Dr.Lal PathLabs and others. Mentioning about the roadmap ahead, Sandeep concludes,“Continuing with the eCommerce space and health express with our technology built-up, we want to grow as a 400 crore company in the next four to five years.”