Rajan Mathews

FarEye named Best Transport and Supply Chain Visibility Solution

FarEye aims to digitally transform the business with innovative customer first solutions using automation and machine learning, and address the gaps in the logistics and supply chain industry

FarEye, a technology solution to run eCommerce and supply chain logistics operations has been named the ‘Best Transport and Supply Chain Visibility Solution’ at the Global Logistics Excellence Awards 2019, hosted on 18th January 2019 in Hyderabad.

The Global Logistics Excellence Awards is a platform that puts a spotlight on the heroes of the sector who have risen in spite of challenges whether managing logistics operations within the enterprise or as 3PL players. The Award Show identified, shortlisted and brought to the forefront individuals, organizations and projects that have created excellence in the domain of logistics.

Commenting on the achievement, Mr. Kushal Nahata, CEO and Co-founder, FarEye, says, “We are delighted to be recognized as the Best Transport & Supply Chain Visibility Solution. When we founded FarEye, we discovered that the logistics business was riddled with inefficiencies. We developed a solution that not only addresses these inefficiencies but is also constantly upgrading according to the dynamic need of the industry. As a technology for predictable logistics, we are constantly working towards enabling efficient and reliable logistics using data, intelligence & automation”

“This award further encourages us to continue our efforts to bring technology that helps automate the logistics industry and keep adding value to our customers”, he further added.

Backed by a team of over 250 technology enthusiasts, FarEye enables digital logistics for the world’s largest retailers like Walmart, Future Retail & Amway; logistics companies like DHL eCommerce and Blue Dart and eCommerce giants like Noon. FarEye aims to digitally transform the business with innovative ‘customer first’ solutions using automation and machine learning, and address the gaps in the logistics and supply chain industry.

 

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