• With an estimated spend of 13 percent on Logistics, the Indian Logistics industry grows at 1.5-2 times the GDP growth. Reports state that in the last five years, the sector’s growth has been estimated to be at the rate of a good 15 percent. Similarly, the retail sector and the Supply Chain Management sector are now experiencing an all-round boom that is revolutionizing the customer demands. The Government of India, noticing the importance and the accelerated growth of the Logistics and SCM domain, has take initiatives for the betterment of the transport infrastructure within the nation. However, while on one hand the supply chain gets technologically robust, it cannot be denied that supply chain visibility remains on the top of the list among others as a key area for the executives and the supply chain managers. Similarly, even with all the government support and the exhilarated level of growth that the Logistics domain showcases, the domain is still far from being able to keep pace with the rapid strides of e-commerce giants and online firms. Issues that range from the first-mile pickup to transporting a product from a seller to a warehouse, to the last mile touch point, logistics in India is fraught with challenges that the e-commerce companies are attempting to solve. Understanding this need of the e-commerce companies, CIO Review brings to you the list of 20 Most Promising SCM and Logistics Solution Providers. These vendors not only take pride in their complete understanding of the fluctuating domain requirements, but also exhibit an array of solutions that have been developed as a result of their expertise in the arena. As these vendor companies were closely scrutinized by a panel of judges that encompassed CEOs, CIOs, CXOs, analysts and the CIO Review editorial board, these vendors can be rest assured to furnish means to a faster ROI while aggrandizing your brand name.