FarEye, Blue Yonder partner to bring real-time visibility to supply chains
FarEye, a predictive logistics SaaS platform that helps predict, plan, manage and optimise supply chains, partners with Blue Yonder, a digital fulfilment platform provider.
The partnership will empower global enterprises to drive seamless interoperability between legacy infrastructure and modern supply chain and logistics tools. The joint capabilities of both organisations will bring predictive and real-time visibility to supply chains across manufacturing, retail distribution, logistics, and ecommerce.
The joint solution can be accessed through Blue Yonder’s Luminate ™ Platform. Powered by Microsoft Azure, the Luminate Platform combines rich internal and external data from across a customer’s digital supply chain assets to allow for smarter, more actionable artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML)-based business decisions.
FarEye’s visibility platform, carrier library, and last-mile dynamic routing solution underpin Blue Yonder’s Luminate Platform and transportation management capabilities to provide best-in-class solutions for end-to-end logistics challenges. Together the solution will help companies win in this customer-centric era enabling exceptional delivery experiences and efficient movement of goods for both B2C and B2B segments.
“Globally, approximately 30% of the spend on logistics is to tackle inefficiencies, creating an opportunity to save USD 1000 billion. Together, FarEye and Blue Yonder aim to capture this market with their joint offering, which will eliminate the visibility ‘black box’ in delivery logistics and provide an exceptional customer experience in the last mile,” says Kushal Nahata, CEO, FarEye.
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