Droom crosses 500 cities, becoming India's largest hyper local marketplace
New Delhi [India], Mar 23 : In a feat of sorts, Droom, India's pioneering online automobile transactional marketplace today became India's largest hyper local marketplace by bringing a whopping number of 500 cities, under its aegis. The watershed moment came soon after the company announced that it has achieved 1 lakh auto dealers on its online platform.
In order to reach this target, Droom has been aggressively running seller affiliation and community building programmes to increase its network base.
The company has dedicated teams of account managers and sellers on boarding team who train new sellers who comes on board. The unique Droom University provides a one stop solution to all seller related needs and queries including more than 100 hours of online tutorials and skill development programs for auto dealers. The company's seller support mechanism deals with all kinds of post sales queries and other related questions.
"500 cities, one lakh auto dealers and with eyes on achieving 1,50,000 seller mark by the end of this year are big numbers, if we consider the overall automobile market in India and its online penetration. Best part is we achieved this in 13 months in free/organic efforts. In the course of time, we want to bring even more number of cities on our platform and this would not be possible without the highly scalable and robust technology platform that we have built combined with whole suite of automobile ecosystem services tools out of which many are becoming defacto standard such as OBV, History. Innovating and growing by adopting the best of practices lies at the very core of our DNA and we are confident of achieving more such milestones soon," said founder and CEO Droom, Sandeep Aggarwal.
Presently, Droom has its presence across 500 cities in India, with 160 cities in North India, 132 cities in West India, 130 cities in South India and remaining in rest if India, across all prominent states. The company also has an adequate presence in the Tier II and III cities and towns, across the country. (ANI)