Logistics startup appoints VP of Technology

Goutham Kumar comes with over 20 years of experience in Software Product Development.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 19 Apr 2022 Views icon5816 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

Bangalore based tech-logistics startup, Cogos has appointed Goutham Kumar as VP of Technology. He is expected to contribute one-stop ERP solution for all logistical needs and support the company's vision of creating best-in-class AI/ML logistics platform. 

Kumar comes with over 20  years of experience in Software Product Development and has previously been associated with companies like BMC Software and Boston Technology Corporation.

He will be in charge of two critical wings at Cogos –  evolve its proprietary Logistics ERP platform with an aim to increase the efficiency of Cogos Trucks business. The other core responsibility area for him is to build strategies in order to build Intellectual Property (IP), adding to the company's offering.

Prasad Sreeram, co-founder and CEO, Cogos said, “We are glad  to have Goutham on board with us who’ll help us build an even more efficient platform for city-logistics as we aim at penetrating deeper into tier 2 and 3 markets with our services.”

Speaking on his appointment, Kumar said, “Entire world is moving towards digital transformation and we all know the benefits of it. Technology adoption being done in the logistics sector will help us optimise the goods carriage along with increasing efficiency and bringing down the overall cost of product to the consumer.”

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