FarEye, a digital logistics platform, today launched its Supply Chain Visibility suite – ORBIT, which allows enterprises to have complete visibility of goods in transit from the plant right through to the final destination.
The internet penetration in the African markets is 16% today and is set increase by 50% in 2025. There are 57 million people who have smartphones in Africa and there will be 360 million in 2025.
Australian e-commerce logistics will see a rise in new-age technologies revolutionising modern-age logistics. Digital disruption caused by cloud computing, mobility, AI and analytics is enabling breakthrough innovation in the supply chain industry.
According to the Centre for Retail Research (CRR) and VoucherCodes.co.uk, UK shoppers spent a record £5.8bn (US$7.7bn) over the four days between Black Friday and Cyber Monday in 2016 – an increase of 15% over the previous year.
FarEye has introduced the Delivery Happiness Platform, an innovative, flexible cloud-based platform that enables logistics and courier companies to monitor, measure and improve customers’ satisfaction with deliveries in real-time.
India-based FarEye, a global logistics management solution provider, has enabled leading UAE-based logistics companies Mara Xpress and Century Express, to improve their delivery happiness score with its Delivery Happiness Platform.
Delivery management software company FarEye has released details of its forthcoming customer satisfaction measurement tools at POST-EXPO 2017. The Delivery Happiness Platform is due to be made available in the next update.
DHL eCommerce continuously invests in technology to improve processes and have better communication across all parties. FarEye’s platform became an apt fit as it seamlessly integrated with the organization’s existing systems.
FarEye’s platform is scalable, future-oriented and flexible. With FarEye we can deliver ‘delight’ by having complete visibility of the logistics movement and keeping customer informed at every step, ‘real-time’.”
DHL eCommerce continuously invests in technology to improve processes and have better communication across all parties. FarEye's platform became an apt fit as it seamlessly integrated with the organization's existing system
FarEye, a global logistics management solution announced its partnership with Blue Dart, an express air and integrated transportation and distribution company, to further enhance the latter’s customer experience.
Blue Dart has been at the forefront of best-in-class technological innovations and continuously invests in technology to further improve its operational efficiency and enhance its superior customer experience.
FarEye, a leading Global Logistics Management solution has claimed top honours at the World Post &am; Parcel Awards 2017, which was held in Paris recently. The company was recognised for revolutionising the Logistics and Supply Chain Industry.
FarEye, a leading Global Logistics Management solution has claimed top honors at the World Post & Parcel Awards 2017, which was held in Paris recently. The company was recognized for revolutionizing the Logistics and Supply Chain Industry.
Amway India is a leading direct-selling FMCG company that offers over 140 products, announced its partnership with FarEye, World’s #1 Logistics Mobility Solution, and implemented its flexible, scalable and future-oriented mobility platform.
FarEye, a logistics technology company, has introduced a product that will allow retailers to optimise and provide flexible delivery options. The startup’s digital supply chain technology will give retailers visibility into the order delivery process.
The Deloitte Technology Fast50 India program has ranked FarEye among one of India's 50 fastest growing tech companies. FarEye has entered the list of Deloitte Technology Fast 50 winners for 2016, based on its proprietary technology
FarEye, a mobility platform for business operations, has expanded to the Australian and European markets, partnering with Australia-based order fulfilment company National Products Fulfilment and Belgian private postal company TBC Post.
FarEye, which Nahata said has been “profitable since day one,” can help its logistics and commerce customers with warehousing, first mile pickups, on-demand and hyperlocal logistics, last-mile and more. In additional to managing
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Enterprise Mobility has become a top priority for most of the retailers not just to boost sales but also to scale on employee productivity and growth. It would be apt to say that the EMS era has arrived and it will soon disrupt the entire retail ecosystem.
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