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FarEye announced that it was one of the first companies to acquire Amazon Web Services (AWS) supply chain capabilities in the Software Products: Mobility category. This designation recognizes FarEye’s ability to help customers solve critical supply chain challenges. Gaining AWS Supply Chain Competency positions FarEye as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member with proven expertise and proven customer success, providing companies with supply chain solutions to improve their responsiveness and enhance their resilience to disruptions Resilient and more responsible for the environment and the global community.
“Visibility and engagement during delivery are key factors in improving customer satisfaction. AWS offers the broadest range of artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities that companies like FarEye can leverage to provide customers with innovative supply chain solutions. AWS Supply Chain The capabilities make it easier for our customers to discover differentiated APN supply chain partners,” said Manish Govil, Global Head of Supply Chain at Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The FarEye platform enables businesses to increase consumer loyalty and satisfaction, reduce costs and improve operational efficiency. According to the company’s statement, it has more than 150 customers and five offices in 30 countries around the world.
“The last mile has become the most critical and complex aspect of the delivery process and the most expensive part of shipping costs. Given the increase in e-commerce spending and the influx of deliveries, getting it right is critical for the company. We are very Proud to achieve FarEye President Suryansh Jalan said:
The FarEye platform leverages millions of data points to predict the shipping process and improve the delivery experience with end-to-end visibility throughout the delivery process. Using artificial intelligence and machine learning, companies can also intelligently adjust and redirect routes based on disruptions such as traffic, weather or road closures, ensuring accurate, on-time last-mile deliveries.