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The principle that governs the conduct of commerce and trade in the world today can safely be summed up in three key points – availability (of a good quality product), comfort and convenience.

The essence of technological innovation is to continuously induce ease of operation for individual users and/or consumers in an industrial society with ever-changing patterns.

With the growth of mobile technology and the proliferation of facilitating devices, consumerism is no longer solely about product dynamics. The competition even claimed the leverage of the brand among many others playing in the same field. So what is the market looking to examine today with a plethora of options for every penny it decides to invest? USP.

Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) has been at the forefront of home delivery since time immemorial. In fact, the very concept of “click and order” has turned into a thriving business reality with fast-moving products. But the market changes from day to day, doesn’t it? Entrepreneurial ambitions have taken us in a new direction, namely one-click fuel and power delivery.

Fuel and energy at your doorstep

The new generation of business leaders envisioned a break in the fabric of the mobility of goods and services. The goal? Digitizing fuel and energy delivery and consumption as a sustainable business model across the country.

Mobilizing fuel and energy can be a daunting task in itself. Such difficulty can easily extend to convincing target groups of these increased possibilities, in addition to negotiating rules, obtaining permits and collaborating with relevant government departments and agencies. It takes coveted efforts both operationally and marketing not only to launch the business, but also to lay the foundation for its sustenance.

Fuel and Energy Digitization

The digital home delivery system has yet to become a mainstream business model in India. Therefore, the idea was to start with fuel first for deeper proliferation. Let’s dive deeper.

Like any other commodity, fuel had to be delivered to the customer’s doorstep; bulk orders had to be placed with the click of a button, saving buyers energy and time that could be invested elsewhere or used to accentuate productivity. The entire process pioneered the vision of making fueling digital for equipment fleet owners and commercial and housing entities and aims to extend the benefits even to individuals over the long term.

Using technology for fuel purchasing also eliminates the hassle of manual sourcing, neutralizes oligopoly by giving end users more alternatives, and promotes supply chain transparency, in terms of quality. and quantity.

See through offer

Any home business, new or old, builds and reproduces itself on credibility. The market in which any company operates requires transparency of operations. This is critical from a quality assurance perspective and inevitable to counter red carpet of any kind.

Since fuel can easily be criticized for quality, greater attention must be paid to monitoring uncompromising adherence to predefined operational standards.

Additionally, suppliers must ensure that every liter and barrel of fuel is accounted for. The transit of fuel from the point of storage to the point of consumption should ideally be carried out under organized supervision and 24 hours a day to ensure that the negotiated volume is delivered safely to the doorstep of the buyers.

Step up the game

As entrepreneurs prepare to embrace democratic fuel trading, let’s talk about the related opportunities. With more fuel on hand, buyers are likely to want to expand storage facilities to reap the benefits of bulk buying and safe storage in an emergency.

Fuel suppliers can utilize this collateral demand by using waterproof, anti-theft containers for storage and providing emergency supplies.

The future of fuel and energy digitalization

With the use of IoT, cloud-enabled infrastructure and cutting-edge technology, it would become easier in the short term to tap related potential markets. All relevant information would be accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on the Internet.

Competent collaboration and franchise models can be adopted in different cities to provide the impetus needed to make door-to-door fuel and energy delivery a common practice.

Digitalization would also lead to effective control of the quality and quantity of fuel delivered to both ends through automation of delivery processes and constant monitoring of fuel transit.

Another possibility is the democratization of supplier choices for regular buyers, consequent flexibility in price regulation and competitive quality assurance.



The opinions expressed above are those of the author.