Supply Chain Software Suite To Help Enterprises Better Track And Monitor Operations
With supply chains becoming more dependent on mobile workers to meet productivity goals, Honeywell (NYSE: HON) has partnered with FarEye, a low-code SaaS platform, to provide its intelligent delivery management platform to Honeywell mobile computer users.
FarEye allows mobile workers with devices to manage, visually track and monitor delivery logistics operations. FarEye works with major retailers, carriers and consumers around the world to provide higher control on their delivery operations and provide a superior experience to end customers. Honeywell also recently recognized FarEye as its ISV Partner of the year.
FarEye CEO & Co-Founder Kushal Nahata said the company is honored to partner with Honeywell and also be recognized as the ISV Partner of the Year.
“Indeed a milestone for both the teams who are on a journey to empower shippers and carriers to deliver better. As customers transform their businesses to keep pace with today’s ever-changing business climate, FarEye enables the customers to scale their delivery operations & create value,” said Kushal Nahata.
Kushal Nahata said both Honeywell and FarEye have been able to make a positive impact on businesses with the disruptive power of Honeywell technologies and FarEye’s intelligent delivery management platform which is built to solve the complex challenges that cost the supply chain and logistics industry trillions of dollars.
With the combined capabilities, Honeywell and FarEye aim to provide greater visibility of logistics operations through centralizing data that is usually scattered throughout the organization. T
his will help customers to achieve greater transparency enabling them to move from reacting to situations to real-time problem solving with end-to-end operational visibility.
FarEye is a low-code, Intelligent Delivery Management Platform. Deliveries powered by FarEye’s SaaS platform are making the experience better for everyone.
SaaS platform helps all types of businesses including B2C brands in food, grocery, furniture, pharmacy and carriers to do deliveries at reduced cost and high customer experience.
The low-code approach provides an environment to develop applications with a quick turn-around and minimal code to shorten the “concept to ship” cycle. Platform leverages millions of data points to predict the journey and improve delivery experience.