CHAKKR is an online transport marketplace which collects and connects the demand and supply for road transport logistics.
It aggregates the schedule and capacity information of regional/national transport companies, and provides an efficient and cost-effective transport solution for businesses.
CHAKKR technology is also offered as a separate hosted or integrated white-label solution for businesses to manage internal and external logistics within their business processes.
CHAKKR is conceptualized, developed and operated by Web2Come GmbH, based in Oberhausen, Germany.
Manager, Leader, Marketer, Salesman, Financial man, Coder
Ajith has several years of business and technical experience in IT and E-Commerce domain, and has played various roles like ATG Commerce Consultant, Solutions Architect and Systems Consultant for various high profile retail shops and service providers in Europe including Bol.com, Deutsche Post, CGI, Vodafone etc. He holds an MBA from FOM Germany, and a Bachelor Degree in Technology from University of Calicut, India.
Co-Founder, Technical Lead
Leader, Architect, Coder, Mentor
Often referred as a geek-with-business-brain, and a popular figure in Grails Software Community, Patrick is a technology evangelist who started programming and understanding the business behind software, at a very young age. He had carried out various technical lead roles for companies in different spectrums, ranging from start-ups to retail giants like OTTO Germany. Patrick studied Computer Science at University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany.
Co-Founder, Interaction Designer
Marketer, Designer, Graphics-man, Coder, Tester
Claudius is online since late 1980s, and has been one of the pioneers in the Dutch Online Scene in the early days of internet. He had run Web Design/Development agencies and served for corporates like CapGemini, Pixelpark etc., before entering the online retail sector. He operated 2 online shops successfully where he sold music records to customers around the world. Claudius had studied Mathematics at Utrecht University, Netherlands.
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