Gojavas, India's most reliable and innovative e-commerce logistics company known for its speed and reliability has introduced a revolutionary tool GoTrack which is a first in the industry.
May 8, 2014 (Newswire) - Gojavas, India's most reliable and innovative e-commerce logistics company known for its speed and reliability has introduced a revolutionary tool GoTrack which is a first in the industry. With the introduction of this service, customers can now track the exact location of their shipment in real time on Google Maps. Customers can now see for themselves the spatial movement of the delivery vehicle, name of the delivery agent and the current status of their orders.
According to Mr. Vijay Ghadge, COO, GoJavas, "Logistics handles a major part of customer experience in online retail. A logistics partner is the veritable face and voice of an e-commerce company. We at Gojavas believe in customer satisfaction and thereby form an integral part of the consumer-vendor supply chain."
Vijay further added, "In the past also we have introduced many firsts in the industry with initiatives such as GoOpen - Open-Delivery, Go48 - 48 hours COD remittance, GoFill - Fulfillment Services, GoRupiah - Instant cash refund, etc. In keeping with our innovative DNA, real-time tracking functionality will surely help the customer track every move of their order."
Currently this service is being successfully implemented in a few hubs and the company seeks to roll this out on a pan-India basis soon.
GoJavas is a leading Indian supply chain solution provider and services around 30,000 consumers per day in over 85 cities and 2000+ pin codes. Renowned e-commerce companies such as Fabfurnish, YEPME, Lenskart are a few among hundreds of GoJavas clients. The company has helped leading FMCG and Multilevel Marketing Companies to solve specific supply chain problems of inventory and cash flow management by partnering with them and working on flexible customized solutions helping them improve both inventory and cash turns as well as taking customer satisfaction to new echelons.