Pickrr onboards Devesh Khandelwal as Chief Revenue Officer

E-commerce logistics SAAS player Pickrr has appointed Devesh Khandelwal as its Chief Revenue Officer to further strengthen its leadership team and drive its next phase of growth. Khandelwal joins the company with 15 years of experience, having held senior positions at leading startups and conglomerates like Oyo and Amazon. At Pickrr, he will be responsible for leading revenue and strategy for the company.

The appointment by Pickrr is in sync with the company’s long-term growth strategy of strengthening its foothold in India’s top metros and expanding in new markets by bolstering its leadership ranks.

Pickrr serves 27,000+ pin codes and offers shipment in 220 countries. With 25+ delivery partners across India, the company is currently focused on expanding its business lines through warehousing, international and hyperlocal verticals.

Rhitiman Majumder – Co-Founder and CEO – Pickrr, said in a release: “Pickrr is gearing up for aggressive growth and we plan to achieve a revenue of more than Rs 350 crore by the end of this financial year. As we’ve reached a crucial juncture, Devesh’s exceptional knowledge in strategic planning and business development will add immense value to Pickrr’s business in our next phase of growth.”

Speaking on his appointment, Devesh Khandelwal, Chief Revenue Officer, Pickrr, said, “Pickrr has seen massive growth during the last one year and has built a very strong team which I am excited to lead. I look forward to complementing and enhancing Pickrr’s efforts to digitally transform the logistics space in India.”

Khandelwal was previously the Vice President at OYO Rooms, where he worked closely with the founder on company’s international growth plans and business planning. Prior to OYO, he spent several years at Amazon. An IIT Roorkee alumnus, he holds an MBA degree from Harvard Business School.

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