Moglix Success Story - How is it Reimagining B2B Supply Chain and Commerce with Technology?

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With the marketplace proactively hopping onto the global bandwagon, companies strive for a comprehensive revolution in the industrial supply operations across the globe. Here's where Moglix enters the play as a B2B e-commerce platform for industrial products.

Moglix is an Asia-based Ratan Tata-backed Ecommerce company, headquartered in Singapore, which is inclined towards B2B procurement of industrial supplies. With a mission to tide over the gap between B2B merchants and consumers, Moglix is built with a vision to develop an exclusive digital-trade ecosystem, tailor-made to satisfy the diverse needs of buyers and sellers.

Yet another startup in India's Unicorn list 2021, Moglix joined the Unicorn Club in May 2021 after raising Series E round funding of $120 million boosting the company's valuation to surpass the $1 Billion mark. Know how Rahul Garg started Moglix and made it a Unicorn in just 6 years! Also, get an insight into the Moglix Company Highlights, Founders and Team, Products, Business Model, Revenue Model, Funding and Investors, Business and Revenue Model, Growth, Acquisitions, Competitors, Awards and more.

Moglix - Company Highlights

  • Startup Name-Moglix
  • Headquarters-Singapore
  • Operating Office-Noida, India
  • Industry-Ecommerce
  • Founder-Rahul Garg
  • Founded-2015
  • Contact-+91 955 5988 544
  • Parent Organization-Mogli Labs India Pvt Ltd
  • Funding-$471.2 mn (January 2022)
  • Valuation-$2.6 bn (January 2022)
  • Revenue-$100.06 mn (Rs 777.4 cr in FY21)
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Moglix - About and How it Works

Moglix is one of Asia’s largest and fastest-growing supply chain services companies with interests in the verticals of B2B eCommerce (Moglix), enterprise procurement solutions (Moglix Business), and contract management solutions for procurement and supply chain (Moglix SaaS).

The company extends its expertise in the digitization of the supply chain and makes it GST compliant. It is 750+ strong, spread across 23+ locations, and headquartered in Singapore. Furthermore, Moglix has international operations in the USA, the UK, and Europe. The company is powered by the vision to transform manufacturing through the technology enablement of B2B supply chains.

It partners with enterprises to offer greater predictability, visibility, cost efficiency, and agility at scale to their supply chain and procurement practice. Through Moglix, its B2B e-commerce arm, the company provides smooth and hassle-free digitized experiential procurement for enterprise customers.

As an enabler of enterprise procurement solutions, Moglix Business partners with large enterprises in the manufacturing sector to map their requirements of “class C spend” items like MRO and packaging and cloud-hosted contracting management software.

In the backdrop of the emerging realities of the COVID19 pandemic, it is expanding and consolidating its existing business by widening the customer base to offline clients as well as targeting new businesses, hospitals, dental and lab supplies in mature markets like the United Kingdom and other geographies in Europe.

Moglix SaaS provides cutting-edge, cloud-based, contract management solutions in procurement and supply chain to global enterprises to enable them to leverage their contracting data, spot exceptions, optimize their procurement experience, and improve their supply chain performance across the cost-risk-compliance metrics. The AI-powered contract intelligence solution from Moglix empowers enterprises to anticipate business volatility against predicted demand and recommends measures to strengthen their competitive positioning.

Another milestone in their journey of technology development thus far has been the development of their indigenous cloud-installed spreadsheet application that offers an improvement over standard applications like Excel. This cloud-installed spreadsheet application uses HCI to enable faster integration of the ERP suite and DVZIUM to set up data lakes and centralize the event management system. Some major user benefits include the use of spreadsheet features in a more customized way, real-time auto-filling, and validation of data in addition to other Excel-like features.

Moglix - Largest B2B commerce Company

Transforming B2B Commerce

The journey towards transforming B2B commerce for the MSME segment at Moglix started with the launch of Having created one of India’s first B2B e-commerce ecosystems, it next turned its attention to resolving the challenges of the supplier community through its product Supplier Portal. The Cataloging Portal followed next. All these products in the SME segment were launched within a span of 5 months.

In the enterprise segment, Moglix Business achieved its first breakthrough with the development and launch of its ERP integrated platform for manufacturing companies to optimize their procurement of MRO items, i.e. Buyers Portal. As Moglix Business continued to move forward in its journey, the company continued to learn about the business pain points emanating from the use of legacy applications for enterprise commerce.

The next leap into SaaS offerings came with the development of iCAT, the company's flagship SaaS product, built to simply contract creation and enable effective contract management for procurement organizations. Their journey in SaaS continued when they decided to roll out iCAT to global firms. One of the first customers was a large FMCG player, Unilever. iCAT from Moglix SaaS is being used globally by 1500+ buyers at Unilever and impacting $20 billion in value.

"For instance, we learned that enterprises that used CLM solutions available in the market continued to grapple with challenges in technology adoption by users. Moglix translated this business pain point into an opportunity by improving the user experience and workflow of our applications. By doing so it was able to nudge enterprises to adopt our contracting solutions from Moglix SaaS and in turn, optimize their existing solutions.", said Rahul Garg, owner of Moglix.

Moglix - Target Market Size

The company has a presence in the following industry verticals:

Moglix - Ecommerce

Moglix Business - MRO, Packaging, and Artificial Intelligence

Moglix SaaS - Contract Creation and Contract Analytics

As per the Indian Economic Survey 2019, the gross value added by the manufacturing sector in India at current market prices is estimated to be $403.23 billion, whereas the degree of digital enablement in the sector is less than 5%. Amidst the massive disruptions to the global supply chain, Moglix is looking to partner with MSMEs in B2B e-commerce, large businesses in enterprise procurement, and global enterprises in the direct procurement contracting space respectively.

Moglix - Founders and Team

Moglix was founded by Rahul Garg in 2015.

Founder of Moglix, owner of Moglix, CEO of Moglix

Rahul Garg - Moglix Founder

Rahul Garg

A tech enthusiast with extensive experience in strategy, product management, and operations in the technology industry, Rahul Garg holds 16 U.S. patents in the domain of product management and technology.

Rahul was the Head of Advertising & Strategy at Google Asia, served as Chairperson of the Marketing and AdTech committee at IAB, Singapore, and worked with companies like Conexant Systems, Freescale Semiconductor, and Ittiam Systems in the technology industry.

An alumnus of IIT Kanpur and India School of Business (ISB) Hyderabad, Rahul is a thought leader in the space of digital transformation and bringing procurement and supply chain efficiencies to the manufacturing industry.

Moglix Team

Moglix is backed by a team of 750+ young and dynamically adept professionals, coming from academically refined institutions, like IITs/IIMs and ISBs.

Moglix - Startup Story

Moglix had a beginning in the B2B e-commerce domain and over time concentrically diversified into enterprise procurement and contracting SaaS verticals, with agility to respond to customer challenges in the manufacturing sector. Over the past decade, when everybody was focusing on solving the problems of end consumers, Rahul Garg, the CEO & Founder of Moglix was looking to find pain points of businesses and ways to resolve them.

Brought up in Faridabad, a key manufacturing cluster in the country, Rahul had a first-hand account of a new wave of opportunities for the country’s manufacturing sector as well as the challenges facing it. During his stint with Google, where Rahul was heading AdX India, SEA, and Korea, he had the opportunity to collaborate with enterprises on advertising and explore how it was enabling new market opportunities for businesses.

Building on one of the conversations that he had with his colleagues and community, he shifted base from Japan to Singapore, which was the beginning of his new journey. With deeper research, he envisaged the idea of leveraging technology enablement for the manufacturing sector in India and upgraded the search-based model of advertising to a more advanced transaction-based model to impact distribution and supply chain. This led to the birth of Moglix in 2015.

Moglix started with a simple statement in 2015: "How can we re-imagine B2B commerce and supply chain with technology?" Rahul Garg, the CEO & Founder of the company envisaged that they could make a positive difference that way. They chose to build an enterprise that would leverage technology to reinvent B2B commerce and supply chains in India. The company entered a segment that had not seen innovation in a long while, and that is how the B2B e-commerce startup came into being.

It scaled the e-commerce platform of for industrial supplies that today encompasses 300,000+ SKUs spanning 40+ product categories and 25,000+ pin codes. On the back of the success of the e-commerce platform, Moglix Business expanded into the enterprise procurement vertical that caters to 3000+ manufacturing companies and over 5,00,000 SMEs spread across India, Singapore, the UK and UAE.

"The institutional learning helped us gain an astute understanding of complexities in contracting and fulfillment, following which we globally built our first product in contract management under the Moglix SaaS label. We collaborated with the world’s largest FMCG company Unilever to co-create iCAT, the software product that automated and transformed its procurement contracting process by impacting 1,500-plus procurement professionals, operating across 100-plus countries, managing $20 billion annually.", said Rahul Garg, owner of Moglix.

Moglix - Products/Services and USP

One-click order as well as RFQ-based transactions - The online portal is a self-serve platform, with advanced analytics and a dashboard. It enables SME buying workflow integration (group buying and approval workflow) and is a one-stop solution for C class spending with 3,00,000+ SKUs.

It enables real-time ordering, and tracking for all C class spend products, and can be integrated with ERP. Such a wide number of industrial products and categories are present in very few Indian e-commerce companies. Their platform is integrated with business-friendly shopping experience features like Bulk for Quote/ GST invoicing / Bulk Orders and discounts.

Moglix Business

Focus on industrial and scientific products - The company offers the largest e-catalogue of three lacs SKUs of industrial supplies in the MRO and packaging categories in India, enabling seamless buying for the customer. The company has strategically partnered with 10,000+ suppliers across 45+ categories which provides them with industrial-scale capabilities in the upstream of the supply chain.

Enabling enterprises to optimize their procurement process through a technology-driven platform, Moglix Business provides AI-enabled B2B supply chain products like Buyer’s Terminal to customers and the Vendor’s Portal to OEMs.

It caters to 500+ enterprise customers and more than 500,000+ MSMEs across India, in industry segments like automotive, cement, chemical, consumer durables, FMCG, metals & mining, oil & gas, and pharmaceuticals. Some of the industry-leading companies that procure MRO items from them are GSK, Havells, Yamaha, Lumax, and Tata Chemicals. The company claims to enable up to a 15% reduction in the total cost of procurement for its customers.

Moglix SaaS

Contract Management Solutions - Through Moglix SaaS, the company offers contract management solutions comprising iCAT for smart contract creation and C-Vantage for AI-powered Contract Intelligence.

Moglix SaaS solutions namely iCAT is built to enable effective contract management to create, renew, extend, and clone material contracts using an intuitive spreadsheet-like interface to automate dynamic user experience, and C-Vantage, empowers enterprises to overcome process inefficiencies and uncover anomalies or exceptions in the business with the help of pre-configured rules.

The COVID19 crisis has uncovered many weak links in the way we create and analyze contracts. Through the company's contract management solutions such as iCAT for contract automation and C-Vantage for contract analytics, they are working with their customers, suppliers, and supply chain stakeholders to enable them to respond better to the crisis and prepare effectively for the future risks.

Mogli Foundation

Moglix announced its philanthropic venture with the launch of the Mogli Foundation. Moglix had already been in the news for its philanthropic activities after the pandemic outbreak, where the company actively contributed to ramp-up the supplies of PPE and the distribution of Oxygen Concentrator (OC). It was around this time that it launched an innovative distribution model for OCs, eyeing the fulfilment of the growing oxygen demands in large ecosystems.

Mogli Foundation, founded by Moglix on August 5, 2021, will extend the intellectual, physical, and financial contribution of the company in the industries of Health, Environment, and Science, as per the latest press release. This new initiative is believed to impact 100M+ Indians in the times upcoming.


Credlix was launched by Moglix on February 15, 2021, which was designed to offer quick collateral-free working capital solutions for more than 15000+ suppliers of the company, thereby making the supply chain ecosystem stable and secure from any upcoming disruptions.

The platform has already exceeded the annual run rate of credit disbursal of $100 million. Till now the company has reported having financed over 26,000 invoices for 2,500+ MSMEs across 120 cities. Credlix serves numerous companies including manufacturing leaders from a wide range of industry verticals like metals, fashion, retail, and hospitality among others.

Moglix - Mission and Vision

Being a new-age company, that was born out of the vision to integrate technology into the manufacturing sector, Moglix was founded at the confluence of “Digital India” and “Make In India”.

The mission statement of the company “Reimaging B2B commerce and supply chain with technology” aptly reflects the future of manufacturing in India. Its mission is to tide over the gap between B2B merchants and consumers, as described by the company on its website.

Moglix - Business Model and Revenue Model

The business model of Moglix is centred around the B2B Supply chain. The Moglix online marketplace is a new-age technology-driven platform offering an inclusive ecosystem for both customers and suppliers of industrial and scientific goods. Enrollment of customers and suppliers into a digital ecosystem brings unprecedented economic and technical efficiencies into the B2B supply chain. This is being achieved on the back of the integration of business processes and technology innovations.

Moglix Business

Moglix Business follows a technology-driven and collaborative approach to put the manufacturing sector's indirect enterprise procurement and supply chain practice on track for continuous improvement and eventually bottom-line impact.

"We partner with large enterprises to enable integrated procurement solutions through a single-window approach that brings together 10,000+ suppliers who provide 45+ categories of MRO and packaging items to create a digitally integrated, inclusive and exhaustive ecosystem and a warehousing network covering 25 locations", says Rahul Garg, founder of Moglix.

While the technology-driven procurement platform provides technical efficiencies through digitization of workflow and supplier collaboration, its warehousing network drives just-in-time delivery of class C items. The large procurement ecosystem provides greater flexibility to large enterprises in choosing the items of MRO and packaging while its facility to opt for annual rate contracts provides robust cost savings and insulation from inflationary risks and supply chain disruptions over the long term.

Moglix SaaS

Moglix SaaS follows an approach of high-end technology consulting, custom software application development, and continuous improvement in quality to meet the relevant requirements of global enterprises in the manufacturing and supply chain. The software development lifecycle for Moglix SaaS solutions adheres to agile software development standards and SCRUM methodology. Major technology enablers leveraged in providing contracting solutions include artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning.

Moglix primarily earns from the sale of industrial equipment and supplies through its eCommerce website, which is further complemented by the commissions it receives on the sales on its platform and other ancillary IT-related services.

Moglix - Growth and Revenue

The roll-out of the GST was a major inflection point in the journey of the manufacturing sector in the country and led to a massive realignment of the B2B supply chain creating new opportunities for enterprises in procurement, assembly, and warehousing.

Moglix seized the opportunity presented by the tax reform and responded to the situation with agility to create software applications that allowed customers to be GST compliant, adapt to new methods of invoicing and payment, and create a new pan India model of distribution for industrial goods.

The upgrades of Moglix applications are a continuous process and are anchored to the customer feedback on the MVP (Minimum Viable Product). Its web applications are upgraded on a weekly to monthly basis. All Moglix mobile apps are upgraded once every month. The addition of new features and functionalities and the overhauling of the user experience and interface of its applications are customized, demand-driven and thus, mapped against relevant KPIs.

The customer satisfaction score has been the top KPI for everyone on the team at Moglix. The company leverages its customer feedback and communication system for continuous quality improvement and drives superior customer experiences. Functional leaders and managers at Moglix take note of the feedback, codify these into the business rules engine in the technology platform, and drive innovations to reduce the gap with customer requirements in the B2B segment.

All of its software, web, and mobile applications are enabled with artificial intelligence capabilities to replicate the personalized customer experience that is integral to the B2C e-commerce segment in the B2B scenario.

The in-built AI capabilities enable recommendations for enterprise customers, nudging them towards substitute industrial goods that are most likely to come closest to their requirements through a past buying behaviour regression analysis of the data of record of the customers and prospects available on the portal.

Its customer support extends beyond the technology platform. Moglix leverages its pan India outreach to provide on-ground support to customers to enable last-mile delivery solutions on-demand. Customer satisfaction, repeat orders, and strong relationships with clients are an integral part of their operation.

The company’s customer relationship management is in-house-driven and pivots on strategic partnerships with customers. The company engages with its customers to continuously map their pain points and provides insights and analysis, thus helping them build on experiences and move forward on their journey towards digitization.

It conducts regular surveys with the help of on-screen pop-ups, emails, and chatbots that have helped them in gathering true insights on various aspects like pricing, delivery TAT, quality and customer support services, etc. For existing customers, people in the customer relationship team take their feedback regularly through phone calls, emails, and chat.

The growth of Moglix is being driven by its workforce of 750+ people stationed across 25+ locations in India, SE Asia, and the United Kingdom and backed by investors who are some of the most respected and powerful voices in the domains of technology and manufacturing business. The proportionate integration of its technological competence, human capital, and investors has resulted in the emergence of India’s largest and fastest-growing B2B commerce company.

Moglix has successfully entered the UAE much like what the company has planned for global expansion, on August 18, 2021. Moglix has already started its operations in the Khalifa Port Free Trade Zone (KIZAD) in Abu Dhabi’s industrial hub. Furthermore, it has joined hands with the large manufacturing enterprises across the country in order to make indirect procurement hassle-free and foster tech-led supply chains.

Moglix also launched, which is meant to be a B2B e-commerce platform that will provide a digital catalogue of 500,000 industrial products across 50+ categories over the next few months.

Some of the growth highlights of Moglix are:

  • Moglix is one of the country's largest and fastest-growing B2B companies in the manufacturing sector
  • It extends solutions to more than 500,000 SMEs and 1000+ large manufacturers across India and the UAE
  • The company has a supply chain network of 16,000+ suppliers
  • It has over 40 warehouses and logistics infrastructure
  • Moglix boasts of having 700,000+ SKUs
  • Moglix's supply chain financing platform Credlix recently crossed the $100 million mark in disbursal rate
  • Moglix is backed by popular international investors like Alpha Wava Global, Tiger Global, Sequoia, Accel Partners, and more. Furthermore, Chairman Emeritus of Tata Group, Mr Ratan Tata had also funded Moglix  

Moglix Financials

In FY2020, Moglix saw its revenue increase by 74% year-on-year (YoY), from INR 217 Cr in FY19 to INR 378 Cr in FY20. During the period, Moglix’s total expenses also surged to 72%, from INR 265 Cr in FY19 to INR 456 Cr in FY20. Though there was a spike in revenue growth, the company’s net loss increased to INR 78 Cr in FY20, an increase of 62.5%, from INR 48 Cr in FY19.

Moglix's operational revenue stood at INR 375.81 Cr, of which, INR 368.38 Cr is from the sale of products and INR 6.97 Cr is from the sale of services. Other operating revenue accounts for INR 0.45 Cr. The company also earned interest on fixed deposits and current investments worth INR 2.61 Cr.

In FY19, Moglix had a hike in revenue and expenses. Its Revenue from Operations stood at INR 217 crore i.e. a 3.5x jump from INR 62.4 crore in FY18.

Around 97% of Moglix’s revenues were from the sale of industrial equipment and supplies, while the rest were from the commission on sales and other ancillary IT-related services. The firm’s overall expenses for FY19 went up 3X to Rs 265.8 crore from Rs 91 crore spent during FY18. Total loss for the year ending March 2019 was INR 48.08 crores and INR 28.6 crore in FY18.

Moglix earned Rs 776.6 cr from its operations in FY21, which makes it a 106% rise from Rs 375.8 cr, which it managed to earn in FY20. The revenues that Moglix managed to earn in FY21 constitute the sale of products worth Rs 767.1 cr and the sale of services, which added Rs 8.84 cr to make the company's revenues, along with some other operating revenues. The total revenue that Moglix earned in FY21 is Rs 777.4 cr.  

The expenses of Moglix also rose along with its rising scale of revenues in FY21. Moglix spent a total of Rs 858.4 cr in FY21, thereby marking a 88% increase from Rs 456.5 cr, which is spent in FY20.

If the profit/loss is weighed for Moglix, then the startup witnessed its losses mount marginally by 3% to make the total losses count Rs 81 cr in FY21 from a loss of Rs 78.09 cr, which is posted in FY20.

How the Covid-19 Pandemic Spurred Moglix towards Growth!

Amidst the new realities of the COVID19 pandemic, Moglix looks to move forward in emerging and mature markets across the globe on the following trajectories over the next five years:

In the wake of the massive global supply chain disruptions due to the COVID19 pandemic, the company is looking to partner with enterprises across industry verticals to map their supply chain requirements and provide technology-enabled solutions that are customized and scalable.

The objective is to enable enterprise customers to be back in business and recover performance on the indicators of cost, quality, and on-time delivery.

It aims at partnering with governments in both mature and emerging economies to create a new-age digital supply chain ecosystem to promote their local manufacturing sectors, expand the scale, size, and speed of their go-to-market models and unlock new avenues of revenue enablement for them across geographies.

The company is looking to realign the supply chains of enterprises in line with the policy initiatives of governments in their respective home countries to strengthen collaboration with local manufacturers and suppliers. To this extent, the company is strengthening its presence in the UK and Europe.

The company is focused on working towards new business alliances with OEMs to enable a global delivery model for them to expand into new geographies, industry verticals, and product categories and connect them to new opportunities in the market. The company is doing this by enrolling them in the technology-enabled supplier network that already has 10,000+ suppliers.

It is also focused on driving continuous improvement in processes and is determined to achieve exponential growth in both its customer and supplier base globally. In the next 5 years, it aspires to transform B2B e-commerce and supply chain in the emerging economies of SE Asia through technology.

Moglix has also provided PPE, medical kits, cleaning and housekeeping items, and surface agents at economical prices through its e-commerce portal In the enterprise procurement segment, Moglix Business is enabling the industrial scale procurement of comprehensive PPE kits, PPE line items, and medical supplies for the industry at

Two of its major collaborations in this regard have been with a global FMCG giant and a state-owned carrier. On these occasions, Moglix has leveraged its global supplier network and technology platforms to map the supplier capacities and collaborated with local logistics service providers and warehouses to enable fast distribution of PPE, medical equipment and sanitization items.

On the front of enabling business recovery for its customers during and beyond COVID19, Moglix is enabling them to unlock new technical and economic efficiencies in their procurement processes by consolidating their vendor bases, digitizing their supplier collaboration models, and enabling effective insulation from volatility in prices and force major events through long term contracts.

Moglix - Funding and Investors

Moglix has been getting good traction from top-notch venture capitalists and corporate executives in the technology and supply chain domain and has raised $471.2 million thus far. As of January 2022, Moglix is valued at $2.6 Billion.

Moglix is currently looking to raise $150-200 mn in an upcoming round, which would likely be headed by Falcon Edge, Tiger Global, and Sequoia Capital, according to the sources close to the matter on request of anonymity, as per the reports dated January 10, 2022. Such a round would more than double Moglix's valuation, which would then be worth around $2-2.5 bn. Moglix successfully raised this round on January 28, 2022, where the company mopped up $250 mn from Tiger Global, Alpha Wave, and Hong Kong-based Ward Ferry, which came in as a new investor

Moglix - Future Plans

Moglix is looking at offering business solutions that are relevant to supply chain challenges of diverse geographies. It is building two unique assets simultaneously - on-ground physical infrastructure and a direct-to-enterprise distribution. It will continue to invest in tech-first strategies to further disrupt the supply chain and procurement domain across verticals, making touchless, seamless indirect procurement a reality for the Indian market.

India is set to become a 5 trillion dollar economy by 2025 and the manufacturing sector shall have to play a pioneering role in this evolution. The vision of Moglix is to partner with manufacturing businesses and governments in digitizing and transforming B2B commerce and supply chain with technology. The company looks forward to being an integral part of the procurement networks of businesses to support manufacturing and export across 120+ countries.

To this extent, Moglix is looking forward to expanding and consolidating its footprint in new geographies including the UK, Europe, and SE Asia in the next five years. They aim to enable manufacturing businesses to make their supply chains more visible, faster, safer, and predictable. Through its contracting solutions in Moglix SaaS, it is collaborating with businesses located in the U.S to enable them to zero down gaps in their supply chains through excellence in contracting.

Major customers of Moglix Business in the enterprise procurement vertical include companies from FMCG, FMCD, cement, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, metals & mining, automotive, and e-tail. Some of the major buyers of their enterprise offerings include Tata Projects Limited, Cairn Oil & Gas, Vedanta Limited, etc.


Who is the Founder of Moglix?

Moglix was founded by Rahul Garg in 2015.

Is Moglix a Unicorn?

Yes. Moglix joined the Unicorn club in May 2021 as its valuation crossed $1 billion after raising $120 Million in Series A round funding led by Falcon Edge, Harvard Management Company among others.

How much is Moglix Revenue?

In FY2020, Moglix saw its revenue increase by 74% year-on-year (YoY), from INR 217 Cr in FY19 to INR 378 Cr in FY20. The revenue of Moglix rose to become $100.06 mn (Rs 777.4 cr) in FY21.

Is Moglix an Indian Company?

Moglix is headquartered in Singapore with its operating office in Noida, India.

What is Moglix?

Moglix is one of Asia’s largest and fastest-growing supply chain services companies with interests in the verticals of B2B eCommerce (Moglix), enterprise procurement solutions (Moglix Business), and contract management solutions for procurement and supply chain (Moglix SaaS).

How much funding has Moglix raised?

Moglix has raised a total funding of $471.2 Million to date.

What is Moglix Business Model?

The business model of Moglix is centered around B2B Supply chain. Moglix procures and supplies safety tools, equipment, hardware, office supplies, and more to manufacturers and other businesses.