Australia’s FourPL partners FarEye to bring real-time visibility in its logistical operations

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 30 Sep 2020


FourPL, an Australian IT consulting company specialising in supply chain and procurement, has partnered New Delhi-based FarEye, a leading logistics SaaS platform provider that allows brands to orchestrate, track, and optimise their logistics operations.

FarEye says in the present day scenario where Covid-19 crisis has accelerated offline and online convergence, the partnership brings predictive capability to help brands orchestrate, track, optimise and deliver goods faster.

Brett Findlay, CEO, FourPL said: “FourPL are excited to announce our strategic partnership with FarEye. Our customers are demanding real-time visibility in their logistics operations and expect to know exactly when, where and how their goods will be delivered.”

The SaaS platform provider says it helps businesses to orchestrate logistics processes in a multi-enterprise and multi-stakeholder environment to ensure seamless and efficient movement of goods. It’s platform is easy-to-use, and implement supported by its business process management engine and built-in extensive repository of industry best practices. The company claims its leading machine-learning based platform is empowering global enterprises to shrink delivery time by up to 27 percent, increase courier productivity by up to 15 percent, eliminate risks by up to 57 percent, and achieve operational excellence.

Kushal Nahata, CEO and co-founder, FarEye said: “Today's increasingly customer-centric economy requires integrated and value-added capabilities to achieve competitive advantage. FarEye helps organisations to maximise productivity and minimise risk while continuously making logistics operations efficient. We are passionate about making movement of goods a positive experience through innovation, deployment of industry best processes and constant improvement. We make organisations future-ready by differentiating their offerings and making them best in class. This enables them to drive expected behaviour and underpin broader business objectives.”