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On-Demand Delivery Startup Quickli Grabs Funding From 500 Startups & Others

On-Demand Delivery Startup Quickli Grabs Funding From 500 Startups & Others

Gurgaon-based on-demand delivery startup, Quickli, has secured an undisclosed amount of funding from 500 Startups and from some high net worth individuals.

Quickli was founded this year in April by Rohan Diwan and Sudhanshu Agarwal. The startup is a B2B 24×7 on-demand local delivery network. It offers an on-demand logistics services with a technology platform that helps in effective routing, based on location tracking of the fleet on street.

Businesses face a slew of problems related to delivery times, tracking and customer service, and many are in dire need of a solution. To help resolve this problem, Quickli is looking to fill the last mile gap between retailers and customers. Unlike other hyperlocal focused startups, Quickli is focused on the merchants which is one of the key USPs of the company.

Sudhanshu Aggarwal, co founder of Quickli said, “When the package is picked, we capture unique characteristics related to weight, class, “from” and “to” locations and service the merchants and charge in real‐time based on these parameters. We have invested heavily on automating and executing the delivery process based on real time traffic conditions and data through predictive analytics.”

The raised funding will be used in team expansion and going deep with a limited set of customers and region.

The business has made significant wins in Delhi NCR market with more than 500 customers and a business volume of over 1000 deliveries per day.

Few of the startups in this space who had recently secured funding include Bangalore-based DailyNinja, a hyperlocal mobile solution for all subscription based daily needs raised an undisclosed amount of seed funding led by Aprameya Radhakrishna (co-founder of TaxiForSure), Gurgaon-based on-demand hyperlocal delivery services startup, Shadowfax, raised $8.5 Mn in Series A round of funding led by Fidelity’s proprietary investment firm Eight Roads Ventures and Pune-based subscription service startup, RainCan, raised about $100K in a funding round from angel investor Ajeet Khurana and a few others.

Other players who are serving in this segment include Peppertap, Grofers, Pickingo, Zopper and Zopnow.

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