Business growth is driven by faster and free deliveries making logistics the core function and the only actual touchpoint between you and your consumer.
Delivery processes are manual and non-standardized. We understand that no single solution can fit all the dynamic needs of an organization, therefore we have built a ready library of processes which can solve the unique challenges of your last-mile with a simple ‘Drag&Drop’.Schedule a Demo
We have received multiple mentions in Gartner Market Guides and other reports for our real-time visibility and vehicle routing & scheduling technologies
Our Global Logistics Management Solution has claimed top honours at the World Post & Parcel Awards, 2017 which were held at Paris on June 7th, 2017.
In today’s competitive technology industry, FarEye was recognized by Deloitte as one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the region with huge growth potential.
FarEye, recently won the prestigious IDC Transformation Awards in the ‘Digital Disruptor’ category. Every year, the premier global market intelligence firm, IDC, recognizes organisations
FarEye, a global logistics management solution won the prestigious GEC Awards for ‘Top Project Execution’ in the Transportation & Logistics category.
FarEye has been enlisted amongst the '50 Best Startups To Work For in 2017' by Silicon India Magazine.
A start-up and promising company to watch out for, FarEye emerged as a winner in the NASSCOM Emerge 50 2014 Awards.
FarEye ranks 8th amongst the Technology companies for a three-year cumulative revenue growth exceeding 360 per cent by FarEye helped in gaining a place in the coveted list.
FarEye was selected for the Microsoft Accelerator Program on the premises of it being promising and servicing a few of the hottest industry verticals.
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A quick round-up of 2018 at FarEye where we look at some major milestones in our journey spanning Product Announcement, Awards, Acquisition, Funding and Global Expansion.
Online sales is growing and it shows no signs of slowing down. And the demand for better delivery experience will only increase with the growth of online sales. Therefore surfaces the need to execute a seamless last mile delivery.
The ultimate goal of any company is to surprise and delight customers with the quality of service provided. FarEye delivers customer delight with each and every transaction.
Consumers today expect delivery anytime, anywhere. So, companies must be ready to provide omni-channel logistics.
Fareye’s end-to-end Mobility Management applications aids in managing the workforce and integrate business processes.
Digitization has also automated the mundane and repetitive processes for logistics organisations to save cost, time, and human resource
The machine-learning based geo-coding techniques enable the consumer as well as warehouse supervisor to know the exact location of the rider, ETA of the shipment, and any expected delays due to various reasons.
FarEye’s analytics tool eliminates complexity from data collected, and turns it into actionable insights. With this, there is greater clarity, speed and accuracy.
From first mile seller pick-ups to last mile delivery, the entire supply chain can be optimised and managed on FarEye’s platform.
FarEye has empowered enterprise field workers with a simple and intuitive mobile interface so they can serve customers better.
FarEye automates the end to end logistics process giving you more control over your operations leading to increased efficiency, deliveries and happy customers.
FarEye brings visibility in the entire distribution system by seamlessly integrating with the existing systems of your 3PL providers.
A product journey faces constant movement and activity, and each step holds the potential for delays, wasted money, and errors.
FarEye’s robust reporting capabilities ensure alerts at regular intervals giving relevant and error-free data required to take business decisions.
Consumer’s repeat purchase and reference are driven by the experience and delivery happen to be the only physical contact for the online consumer.
CxOs are betting a lot on the investments in the Supply Chain Market and are expecting to exceed $ 13bn in total software revenue by the end of 2017, up 11% from 2016.