Spryker, FarEye partner for last mile delivery
FarEye, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform focused on last-mile logistics challenges, and Spryker, a B2B enterprise digital commerce platform, Tuesday, June 21 announcement a partnership to integrate FarEye’s smart delivery platform and Spryker’s digital commerce operating system.
“Speed and the overall delivery experience are top priorities when it comes to retaining and satisfying consumers. This partnership will enable B2B, B2C and enterprise markets to quickly build a modular e-commerce platform, fulfill orders with the highest efficiency and deliver a superior experience to end consumers,” said Amit Bagga. , chief revenue officer at FarEye, in a prepared statement. .
The value proposition of the collaboration is that merchants will be able to deliver a customer experience that can be closely modified at every stage, from initiating a purchase to receiving a delivery, according to the announcement. Between FarEye and Spryker, the companies serve businesses such as “big and bulky”, manufacturing, grocery, industrial machinery, hardware, electronics and markets.
FarEye, according to the company, improves deliveries and “leverages millions of data points” to plot efficient routes for shipments and speed up the overall delivery process.
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“Companies around the world are grappling with the complexity of last-mile delivery logistics for their business offerings. FarEye’s delivery capabilities combined with Spryker’s expertise in sophisticated digital commerce will bring tremendous competitive advantage to our customers globally, said Manishi Singh, Senior Vice President of Application Composition Platform at Spryker, in a prepared statement.
Spryker said it works with more than 150 customers in 200 countries. FarEye said it has more than 150 customers in 30 countries. The company calls itself a “composable digital commerce platform.” Composable applications are created to easily allow integration of software from many vendors.