PulsOps, a Code-Free Observability and Analysis Platform, Raises Pre-Seed Funding from Antler India


PulsOps plans to use the funds raised to strengthen its team of engineers and data scientists to accelerate product development.

PulsOps, a codeless observability and analysis platform for high-speed operations teams, has raised pre-seed funding from Antler India.

PulsOps was founded in 2021 by Indian School of Business graduates Shobhit Sharma, Morahari Reddy and Nitin Garg who together have over 30 years of global experience in complex, data-driven, high-growth startups such as Gojek, Careem and GreyOrange Robotics.

Industries with high-speed data such as delivery, rapid trade, logistics, and transportation often face the challenge of monitoring metrics critical to the day-to-day performance and management of the business. Operations teams navigate thousands of data points through dashboards, spreadsheets, and manual processes, resulting in misinformed or delayed actions, both of which negatively impact the income statement and efficiency. Simply put, there is more data available in these companies than is cognitively possible for humans to intelligently monitor and analyze.

Founders Shobhit Sharma, Morahari Reddy, and Nitin Garg experienced this metric bloat and ineffectiveness while they previously worked at high-growth startups. They aim to solve this problem with PulsOps, a comprehensive observability and analysis platform that provides automated metric monitoring and root cause analysis at the most granular level of operating data. The platform includes advanced analytics solutions that provide actionable recommendations for context-specific use cases such as fleet, inventory, and incentive optimization. The platform is designed to close the loop from data to action in one place.

“Technology-based operations are a hypercompetitive space. A company’s ability to take full advantage of its data to make faster, smarter decisions becomes its ditch and therefore its path to profitability. Companies using PulsOps will not only make better business decisions, but also free up their team’s time to perform faster and better, ”said Nitin Garg, co-founder of PulsOps who previously led market and growth operations at the level. central at Careem.

“Speaking with an operations manager at a leading food delivery company, we found that teams only did a deep analysis if there was a major gap in high-level metrics such as orders, order completion rate and delivery time. There was never enough analytic bandwidth to examine these metrics one or two levels deep by city, area, and merchant. Each leader recognized that he potentially left many exploitable opportunities on the table. “, added Nitin.

One of the main competitive advantages of PulsOps is the platform’s ability to offer integrated, industry-specific knowledge. Elaborating on the same, Shobhit Sharma, co-founder of PulsOps said:

“PulsOps is different from general analytics and dashboard tools because it integrates industry best practices in the form of industry-specific dashboard templates and applications within its platform. to deliver unique value to its users. We have built a code-free, mobile-friendly platform with the needs of a non-technical business user in mind.

Asked about the market opportunity, Morahari Reddy, the US-based co-founder of PulsOps, said, “PulsOps solves a global problem that will only get worse as businesses generate more data. While we initially focus on delivery and logistics activities primarily in the United States, Middle East and India, each company that examines metrics and other high frequency data points to make decisions based on the data will benefit tremendously from the use of PulsOps.

PulsOps plans to use the funds raised to strengthen its team of engineers and data scientists to accelerate product development.

“Whether it’s the rapid rise of rapid commerce as a new horizontal or the challenges faced by existing operational teams in e-commerce and logistics, it’s clear that traditional business intelligence (BI) tools are not powerful enough for new age businesses and operations. teams. Most of the solutions available focus on one component of the performance monitoring process, such as data transformation, visualization, or automated monitoring. At Nitin, Shobhit and Morahari, we see a top notch team who have unique knowledge of their past experiences at Gojek, Careem and GreyOrange, and the ability to create a complete solution “built in India, for the world”, added Nitin Sharma, partner and co-founder of Antler India.

Global early-stage venture capitalist Antler is one of the world’s fastest growing venture capital firms and plans to deploy $ 100-150 million to more than 100 Indian startups over the past 3 years. coming years.


About Author

Comments are closed.