JusTransact Sees E-commerce Retail Explosion in India

New Delhi, India, 2018-Jul-23 — /EPR Retail News/ — E-commerce retail operations in India supported by unprecedented growth of smart phone and internet penetration has made Indian retail industry the most potent, sustainable and fastest growing industry  in 2018 compared to many of the world’s leading economies.

Even in rural regions, where people used to make retail purchases from the nearby mom-and-pop or physical stores for their grocery, electronic, or any other domestic goods, are now flaunting with tablets or smart phones with dependable internet connectivity and make purchases from online stores using debit or credit cards or internet banking or through digital wallets offered by payment companies such as Paytm, Rupay, Freecharge, MobiKwik, Jiomoney, to name a few.

According to market research firm eMarketer, Indian e-commerce sector will show rapid growth of 31 per cent this year to reach $32.7 billion. With the growing internet penetration and rapid usage of smart phones, the report predicted that by 2022, Indian e-commerce businesses will worth a whopping $71.94 billion surpassing the growth of China and other leading economies in the world.

As per the 2017 Goldman Sachs report, the online retailing sector in China will grow from the current 17 per cent to 25 per cent by 2020.

Factors contributing growth

Industry analysts from Millennium India, a leading e-commerce advisory and supplier of advanced POS technology to Indian retailers, say that the E-commerce growth in India has been contributed by the arrival of leading names – Flipkart, Amazon, Paytm Mall, Zomato, Bigbasket, Naaptol, Urban Ladder, etc, which have forayed into newer fields to address the daily needs of customers.

For example, Flipkart, Amazon and Jio are in the process of integrating nearby grocery shops to provide customers the pleasure of shopping daily need items, fruits and veggie from home, says Kiran Bhargava, an industry analyst based in Mumbai.

According to Bhaskar Venkatraman, CEO and Director of JusTransact.com, which is India’s only e-commerce portal for Point of Sale (POS) electronic products, says: “E-commerce in India has seen vertical growth over a decade and is now in the consolidating mode spreading its base to several other fields to satisfy growing customer demands. Customers, who are empowered by mobile technology, want everything online.  Today’s shoppers are highly demanding and tech-savvy which forces retailers to  open all doors – physical, internet, mobile, land-line, desktop/smart mobile/tablets, O2O, cloud- to reach them and vice-versa. No one wants to lose-out customers because of lack of technology.”

“E-commerce is getting further boost due to cheaper smartphones and increased internet users, and this trend is catching up fast in tier II and III cities as well,” adds Bhaskar, who also heads Millennium India.

Not only, groceries, customers can now order their daily needs and essential items such as furniture, electrical and electronic items, hardware, home utility items, laundry services, food from their smart phones, whose penetration and internet connectivity and also overwhelming online presence by young population and expanding middle class are catapulting the number of digital buyers in India.

The online retail space has been witnessing fierce competition in the recent times for the larger pie with market leader Flipkart (which has been taken over by Walmart recently), Amazon and Paytm Mall (backed by Softbank and Alibaba) infusing huge capital for improved logistic and payment system and also planning to woo customers with attractive discounts on competitive products.

Though as of now, no one has emerged clear winner of the e-commerce space in India, one can surely say that coming months will be more crucial for these entities and customers are in for delightful surprises with deep discount offers, concludes Bhaskar.

 

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Justransact.com,

Millennium Re-tech Ventures India Private Limited,

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Ambattur Industrial Estate,Chennai-600 058.

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Millennium showcases advanced POS technology at IWS 2016

New Delhi, India, 2016-Jun-07 — /EPR Retail News/ — Millennium Soft-Tech (India) Pvt. Ltd., a leading POS technology provider in India India warehousing show 2016having wide partner network, is showcasing the most advanced POS technology to support warehousing, logistics and supply chain management at ‘India Warehousing Show (IWS) 2016, which begins on June 8 at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.

Millennium will be displaying some of the widely used, industry specific and application-oriented POS devices such as wired and wireless barcode scanners, portable data terminals, industrial and domestic barcode printers, colour label printers, data collectors, portable data terminals and table-top scanners from the world’s leading brands like Toshiba, Honeywell, GoDex, Epson and Opticon.

Bhaskar Venkatraman, founder and director of JusTransact.com

Bhaskar Venkatraman, Group director, Millennium India.

Speaking on Millennium’s second successive participation in India Warehousing Show, Bhaskar Venkatraman, group Director of Millennium India, said: “We are overwhelmed to be a part of one of the largest warehousing expos in the world. We have over two decades of market exposure in the Point Of Sale technology in India, which we are bringing in here to showcase the latest advancement in technology to benefit warehousing, logistics, material handling and supply chain businesses. We strive to reach out to them with the most modern and latest POS technology and help them sophisticate their businesses through wide range of POS products suitable for their application and industry.”

The sixth edition of the three-day mega supply chain event is expected to be visited by over 10,000trade visitors representing high level decision-makers and buyers from across the globe.

To make visitors understand the relevance of products suitable to their business, Millennium is offering demos of various products applicable for warehousing and supply chain management at their stall (12 A).

“With the advent of e-commerce industry in India, the need of warehousing and logistics infrastructures has grown manifold and we strive to address the huge demand for quality and efficient supply chain management needs from warehouses and logistics players by introducing the advanced technology to make their day-to-day operations organized, faster, easy and hassle-free.”

The Fair offers visitors a complete view of the entire process chain of the warehousing, transportation and logistics industry. Over 200 domestic and international exhibitors are presenting innovative products and services for trade visitors and entrepreneurs who will get an opportunity to exchange ideas and make new business contacts.

The exhibition is being organized by Reed Manch Exhibitions, a joint venture between Manch Communications of India and UK’s Reed Exhibitions.

About Millennium Soft-tech (India)

Established in 2002, Millennium Soft-Tech (India) Pvt Ltd has been in the forefront of providing Point Of Sale (POS) technology products and solutions to Indian businesses through astute marketing strategy supported by huge partners’ network across India. Launched and lead by Bhaskar Venkatraman, a veteran in POS technology having over two decades of market exposure, Millennium has a clear motive of empowering millions of unorganized small and medium enterprises spread across the country by automating their transaction activities and make them competitive with established market peers.

Headquartered in Chennai and having branches all across India, Millennium is credited with excellent logistics supports and capable of reaching products to customers’ doorsteps even in remote areas. Providing nation-wide distribution for leading multinational POS brands including Epson, Posiflex, Casio, Toshiba, Honeywell, Godex, and Opticon, Millennium offers POS solutions to corporate brands, retail giants and SMEs across India.

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Ambattur Industrial Estate,

Chennai-600 058.

P: +91 9384612789

India: POS to Scale up Retail Sector Growth in 2016

Chennai, India, 2015-12-31 — /EPR Retail News/ — The fast evolving consumer preferences associated with advancement in technology has made the Indian retail sector one of the most vibrant among the Asian peers with the market indicators forecasting the sector to cross US $ 1 trillion by 2020 from the present $600 billion riding on 13 per cent Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR).

While government policies and macro economic conditions act as catalysts, technology plays a pivotal role in revamping the sector towards fast-track development. Thanks to advancement in Point of Sales (POS) technology, sales counters across India are witnessing complete makeover with traditional retail giving way to organized business environment clocking exponential growth. Automating operations by brick-and-mortar businesses with cashless transactions for enhanced customer experience is gaining ground across Indian cities.

Point of Sale hardware products such as barcode scanners, thermal receipt printers, electronic cash registers, barcode printers, Touch POS monitors, mobile/tablet POS and Cloud POS are in great demand with manufacturers expecting good sales in 2016 due to improved market conditions, feel experts.

Bhaskar Venkatraman, Founder and Director of JusTransact.com, an e-commerce portal offering POS technology products to retail and non-retail businesses in India, says: “Indian retail sector has finally taken wings riding on POS technology to make new strides in the coming years. POS is one of the major growth ingredients for retail sector. With government opening up FDI in retail sector and Goods and Service Tax (GST) Bill becoming a reality in 2016, the POS market is expected to witness unprecedented growth by 2020 clocking two million POS installations from the current one million mark.”

However, on global perspective as per a 2014 estimate, of the 250 billion cashless transactions, India accounts for only 0.2 per cent through 1.2 million POS installations. With Reserve Bank of India (RBI) relaxing rules to allow cash withdrawals through POS machines across India, the demand for POS machines are going to go up further in the coming year, opines Bhaskar.

According to RBI Deputy Governor R Gandhi, “If India needs to reach the average levels of BRIC nations, we need to have another 20 million POS terminals from the present 1.2 million machines connecting rural and urban areas. With India having more than one billion mobile connections, the retail payments in the next five years would be increasingly driven through mobile payments, the top RBI official lamented.

Recently, several state governments including Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and Madhya Pradesh have started introducing POS machines at their fair price shops to reduce pilferage of food items meant for public distribution. These hand-held POS devices with biometric fingerprint scanner will soon find place in thousands of ration shops across the country.

Expressing optimistic about POS market in India, D Bhaskaramoorthy, Vice-President – Sales, Posiflex Technology (India) Pvt. Ltd, one of the leading POS hardware brands in India, says, “With FDI opening up for Retail sector and GST implementation looking brighter in 2016, we can foresee a potential growth for retail segment vis-à-vis POS and peripherals in India as more and more stores are expected to automate their business to enhance sales and back-end operations.”

Implementation of GST will enable easier movement of goods across the nation, thereby benefiting retail operations pan-India, he says.

Media contacts

K Ramanathan,

JusTransact.com
G-19,2nd Floor, Block-16, 2nd Main Road
Ambattur Industrial Estate,Chennai-600 058
t : 91-44-43551366 | e : ram@justransact.com
m: 91-9384612789 | w: www.justransact.com

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Bhaskar Venkatraman, Founder and Director of JusTransact.com

Bhaskar Venkatraman, Founder and Director of JusTransact.com

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