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EasyEcom, a globally renowned omnichannel Inventory Management and e-commerce solution provider, plans to strengthen its tech, customer success, sales and marketing teams by adding over 150 new employees over the next 6 months across various positions, including mid and senior-level.

The company is on a hiring spree to support the ongoing advancement of its platform which can seamlessly process 5 million orders per day, which is 60% up the system capacity from last year. Few of the profiles that EasyEcom is looking out for are Android Developers, Back End Developers, QA Engineers, Senior UI Developers, Customer Success, Email Marketing Specialists, B2B Business Development Associates, Inside Sales Executives and so on.

With this new hiring, EasyEcom is looking to meet the growing demand in the eCommerce Tech space. Presently, this Bangalore-headquartered company has close to 100 employees in its team and by early next year, it plans to increase this number to 250+.

Punit Gupta, Founder & CEO, EasyEcom said, “We are currently hiring over 150 employees in our tech, sales and marketing teams. With 18%- 20% MoM growth and manifold growth in revenue, EasyEcom has deepened its market reach across major geographies including India, U.S.A, UK, Australia, and the Middle Eastern region. To cater to the ever-widening customer base across the globe, we are planning to expand our team size. We intend to offer impeccable services to our customers and one of the most effective ways to deliver this is to hire efficient and skilled team members.”

Adding to this, Swati Jindal, Co-Founder, EasyEcom said, “Technology and eCommerce have been growing steadily for the last few years but the pandemic just fast-forwarded the growth by almost 6-7 years. EasyEcom, being a SaaS eCommerce enabler, has witnessed extraordinary business growth. To be able to sustain and grow beyond the current growth globally, we are looking to onboard strong candidates with a prior experience in the domain who can spearhead the company forward.”

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