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The Tribune

FarEye Enabling Delightful Delivery Experience

Starting with one client in 2013, FarEye now works with the largest enterprises in the world like DHL, Walmart, Amway, Blue Dart enabling them to run their logistics operations efficiently. Read the full story about our growth journey as covered by The Tribune.

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Deccan Herald

Tech Industry Hails Govt’s Vision To Boost Digital Economy

"The government’s focus on building a digital India is again highlighted with its willingness to train people on AI, IoT, and BigData. These are key technologies that will transform the supply chain and logistics industry. Read Kushal Nahata's perspective on the Union Budget 2019.

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ETCIO

Tech Industry Hails Govt’s Vision To Boost Digital Economy

"The government’s focus on building a digital India is again highlighted with its willingness to train people on AI, IoT, and BigData. These are key technologies that will transform the supply chain and logistics industry. Read Kushal Nahata's perspective on the Union Budget 2019.

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The Sunday Guardian

Tech Industry Hails Govt’s Vision To Boost Digital Economy

"The government’s focus on building a digital India is again highlighted with its willingness to train people on AI, IoT, and BigData. These are key technologies that will transform the supply chain and logistics industry. Read Kushal Nahata's perspective on the Union Budget 2019.

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ET Prime

How FarEye Is Helping Amway India With Increased Operational Efficiency And Faster Fulfillment

The American direct-selling FMCG giant Amway sees India as a top growth market. The six-decade-old company, which is eyeing an INR6,000 crore turnover in India by 2025, was trying to solve a complex problem roughly five years ago when e-commerce was just beginning to get big and mainstream. At the time, Amway employed 50-odd people in its ‘Track and Trace’ team sitting across multiple locations in India. It was the company's nerve center: It worked 24X7X365, communicating with vendors and constantly monitoring the status of deliveries. FarEye’s induction has brought many changes, the biggest of them being the drastic reduction in unproductive time spent on taking updates over calls. Its algorithms are also helping Amway take much faster decisions on which last-mile courier vendor to add or remove from the system based on performance. Read the complete story on ET Prime

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Zee Business

Budget 2019: Government Should Consider Deploying A Uniform GST,

The government needs to pace up the development process of various infrastructure projects and announcements can also be expected around building integrated transportation hubs or Multi-Modal Logistics Parks, believes Kushal Nahata, CEO & Co-founder of logistics-tech startup FarEye.

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