FarEye is a SaaS mobility platform solving the problems faced by logistics enterprises. The company has designed world's first Business Process Management engine for mobility in logistics to address one of the fundamental issues facing the industry's greater visibility.
FarEye is digitalizing last mile deliveries and supply chains for enterprises globally.
FarEye was founded in 2013 by Kushal Nahata, Gautam Kumar and Gaurav Srivastava. The company is based in New Delhi, Delhi, India.
FarEye's flagship logistics management software supports the entire supply chain — from first-mile seller pickups to last-mile delivery — to provide end-to-end logistics visibility, reduce operational costs and improve customer experience.
FarEye helps companies orchestrate, track and optimize their logistics operations. The company has over two million vehicles and over 25,000 drivers on its platform.
FarEye works with over 150 e-commerce and delivery companies globally — including popular names such as Walmart, UPS, DHL e-commerce, Domino’s, Posti, Gordon Foods and Amway — and processes over 100 million transactions each month.
FarEye is backed by M12, TCV, Dragoneer Investment Group, Deutsche Post, Honeywell Venture Capital, SAIF Partners, Eight Roads Ventures, and others. The company raised $100M in Series E round on May 25, 2021. This brings FarEye's total funding to $150.6M to date.