Mumbai-based TreZix has secured $1.2 million in seed stage funding from a combination of investors, including the Government of Gujarat startup grant and Soha Ventures.
The company aims to streamline and digitize the export and import process, offering features for logistics, financial management, and compliance.
TreZix is a unified SaaS platform for importers and exporters globally, providing comprehensive management of documentation, approvals, license usage, shipment tracking, and active notifications of businesses for seamless operations.
The platform also offers access to a smart dashboard to its clients with real-time data on critical business metrics necessary for effective decision-making.
The platform seeks to be the go-to for businesses to increase their efficiency and bottom line in India, which is predicted to become a $3 trillion export-import market.
Founded by Sunil Kharbanda, Haresh Calcuttawala, and Shailesh Sapale, TreZix began its journey in 2020 when it presented the platform’s framework to the Government of Gujarat. The state government then offered them a grant and helped them with customer acquisition through chambers. TreZix was officially incorporated in January 2022 and commercially launched in October of the same year.
Sunil Kharbanda, co-founder and Chief Revenue Officer at TreZix, said the company aims to offer an end-to-end digital platform for importers and exporters to bring ease and rapid growth to their businesses. TreZix has already acquired initial customers, and the feedback has been positive, with the company reducing the cost and time taken to handle the export and import processes.