The hiring is aimed at strengthening the company’s talent acquisition & development
Mumbai, September 13th, 2019: Continuing with its goal to provide robust tech-driven procurement efficiency solutions in the healthcare sector, Medikabazaar, India’s largest online B2B platform for medical supplies, has announced the appointment of Anil Mohanty. The hiring is in line with the company’s plans for rapid expansion, with a major focus on strengthening its leadership team while attracting and developing the best talent to support Medikabazaar’s growth strategy. With over two decades of experience across the HR segment such as workforce planning, succession planning, skill assessment, enhancement of performance, employee experience and employee recreation .Mr Mohanty will spearhead Medikabazaar’s overall HR strategy, performance and culture building.
Anil is seasoned and senior HR personnel, having led several Human Resource portfolios at a number of prominent organisations across the country. Prior to joining Medikabazaar, he was last working with Reliance Jio since its inception as the head of HR for the northern region. Additionally, he has worked with organisations like Idea Cellular, Tata Teleservices, Huawei Telecommunication and Telenor India.
Speaking on Anil’s appointment, Vivek Tiwari, Founder, and CEO, Medikabazaar said, “We are glad to have Mr Anil Mohanty join our team as the Head of HR as his expertise would help us with our objective of hiring, preserving & developing the most suitable and talented personnel for a plethora of operations that help us evolve as India’s largest aggregator of medical B2B supplies. “
Commenting on the same, Anil Mohanty Head of HR, Medikabazaar said, “In a very short period, Medikabazaar has proved itself as a driving force responsible for revolutionising the Indian healthcare medical supplies procurement landscape. I am deeply honoured and touched to be a part of such an esteemed enterprise and am looking most forward to applying my skills and experience towards the expansion and growth of Medikabazaar. My aim is to enable a workplace for employees to dedicate their best toward the company’s aim of becoming the leading B2B platform for medical supplies, and a force to reckon with in the healthcare sector.”
Since its inception in 2015, Medikabazaar has emerged as a segment leader in the healthcare space. By eliminating the need for intermediaries, it aims at providing hospitals and healthcare facilities pan-India with the right facilities and equipment at the best price. The company’s approach focuses on extensive research on the needs of the Indian market, based on which it tailors its product and service offerings. Currently, Medikabazaar is focusing its efforts on raising funds for recruitment, expanding product categories and focusing on increased automation through leveraging new-age technologies. The hiring of Anil Mohanty is aimed at propelling the company’s HR strategy and exploring new avenues of growth and progress.
About Medikabazaar –
Medikabazaar is a pioneering B2B online marketplace for medical equipment and supplies in India. The platform provides buyers and sellers a single point of purchase to buy medical equipment and supplies online at reasonable prices. The Mumbai-based company was founded by Vivek Tiwari in 2015, with the aim to bridge the gap between healthcare providers and product suppliers to make quality healthcare products more accessible. What had started out as a one-room office has now grown to become 12 state-of-the-art fulfilment centres spread across the country.
Medikabazaar’s online platform has a digital catalogue of 250,000+ products from which hospitals and medical establishments can discover, research and compare products in real-time, thus eliminating the need for them to go through multiple channels to get quotes on machines and medical supplies.
The company’s vast network of suppliers and distributors ensure that the supplies are available across several locations in India. With the highly efficient last-mile delivery, Medikabazaar is able to reach hospitals in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities, as well as remote locations, most of which traditional supply chains struggle to reach.