Global provider of retail IT solutions, Aptos plans to double its workforce in India during the following 18 months, according to CEO Pete Sinisgalli.
The company, which is owned by Goldman Sachs, just opened its first innovation centre in Bengaluru and has hired 150 staff members so far. By the end of 2022, it aims to have over 200 employees working there. Based on the various projects and teams that are going to grow out of India, it expects a growth of roughly 50% for the year 2023. Additionally, it is funding development centres around the world as well as research and development facilities in Bengaluru.
The company claims that during the previous fiscal year of 2021–2022, its total sales was $300 million.
Sinisgalli said, “We offer unified commerce solutions to large retailers with USD 100 million revenue or more”.
The company provides solutions to businesses in a wide range of industries, including fast food, supermarket, convenience stores, speciality retail, hard goods, general merchandise, and apparel and footwear.
The company offers retailers a variety of choices to sell their goods on offline and online channels and improve customer experience through an omnichannel approach, taking into account constantly changing consumer expectations.
Applications for point of sale, order management, merchandise management, warehouse management, and other services are currently offered by the provider of unified commerce solutions, and they aid retailers in enhancing the omnichannel customer experience and achieving more effective and profitable retail operations.
Also, it helps merchants to understand the supply and demand requirements for moving their goods, but it is unable to assist manufacturers in planning their product providing or setting prices.
At the moment, Aptos serves over 1,000 retail brands across 65 nations, including Skechers, Coach, and Adidas. Around 1,600 people work for it globally.