Orgzit, a workforce productivity app for your team to track, manage and analyse information


One of the challenges faced by most small businesses today is the inability to create maximum value from their teams in order to provide better service to clients at competitive rates. Many small businesses are using four to five disparate tools to manage their information, which is difficult for employees to switch among. Eventually, companies end up throwing money at different tools, further complicating things.

The same problem was faced by Nitin Verma, who later founded Orgzit as a solution.

Orgzit is a powerful unified business management tool. It empowers teams to track, manage, and analyse any information. It puts all business operations under one roof and makes all relevant data accessible anytime, anywhere.


Team Orgzit

Co-founder and skills that he brings to the team

Nitin's brother Pavan Verma is the co-founder of Orgzit. He brings a strong experience of working on successful enterprise products in large Fortune 500 companies as well as VC-funded startups like NetApp, Sumo Logic, and Industrybuying.

Nitin himself is an infrastructure finance professional and technology enthusiast with over 13 years of international and entrepreneurial experience. He has worked with 2030WRG (IFC/World Bank group), IL&FS, SustainAsia, Spans Envirotech, and Carollo Engineers. He has led the Indian arm of SustainAsia, a boutique advisory company. It provides services to technology firms and investors in the energy and environmental infrastructure space.

Market size

The cloud ERP market size is estimated to grow from $18.52 billion in 2016 to $29.84 billion by 2021 at an estimated compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.0 percent.

Monetising strategy

They offer Orgzit as SaaS with a monthly/annual subscription which is charged on a per-user/month basis.

Funding status

Right now they are a bootstrapped startup. They have received in-kind and monetary support from their other family business.



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