New Delhi, Sep 24 IT start-up ShepHertz plans to more than double its headcount over the next two quarters to push sales across various geographies, a top company official said.
The company develops IT products to equip companies with intelligent features like automated chatting platforms.
ShepHertz currently employs around 55 people.
"We will add around 60 to 70 more in next 2 quarters mainly in sales and go to market. We don't need manpower for product development as such.
"We are a product-based company but we sell directly to companies and mainly the focus is business-to business sales," ShepHertz Founder and CEO Siddhartha Chandurkar told .
"Our app developer customer base is there in 150 countries and most of enterprise customers are based in India, Hong Kong and US. Now we are focusing on developing more products in India on 'Make in India' concept and sell them globally," Chandurkar said.
Though he did not disclose current earnings of the firm, he said the company turned profitable last year and is witnessing 15-20 per cent growth in business on a monthly basis.
The company's clientele includes Indigo Airlines, Spencer's, Edelweiss and Kotak Securities.
It has also collaborated with Microsoft for expanding sales.