HomeNewsFarEye Recognized in 2022 Gartner® Market Guide for Last-mile Delivery Technology

FarEye Recognized in 2022 Gartner® Market Guide for Last-mile Delivery Technology

FarEye has announced inclusion in the first-ever Gartner “Market Guide for Last-mile Delivery Technology Solutions1” report as one of 18 Representative Vendors.

According to Gartner, “… In terms of transportation operations, the global last-mile delivery market size was valued at $40.5 billion in 2021 and is anticipated to generate $123.7 billion in 2030. The market is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.21% during the forecast period (2022 to 2030), with the Asia/Pacific region the leader in market share, accounting for 64% of the total e-commerce spending in 2021. North America and Europe follow Asia/Pacific in market share. However, in terms of software demands, the United States is the leading market for last-mile delivery software.”

“We have been simplifying last-mile delivery for hundreds of companies globally for nearly a decade. We believe being recognized in the first Market Guide covering Last-mile Delivery Technology is further validation of our strategic focus on last-mile delivery,” said Kushal Nahata, CEO and co-founder, FarEye. “Today more than ever, an efficient consumer-centric last-mile delivery experience is pivotal to brand loyalty and to turn the delivery experience into a competitive advantage.”

FarEye’s products are oriented to key areas in the last-mile delivery journey – Ship, Track, Route, Execute, and Experience. The FarEye Platform underpins FarEye’s products, an all-in-one low code/no code delivery logistics platform combining orchestration, real-time visibility, branded customer experiences, and business process management to ensure deliveries are on-time and accurate, from order to door. Companies in the e-commerce and retail, big and bulky, and courier and logistics industries rely on FarEye to increase operational efficiencies in the last mile and create superior customer delivery experiences.

“Last-mile delivery has emerged as a crucial aspect of the consumer experience,” said Al Contreras, customer innovation manager, Gordon Food Service. “We have been working with FarEye on an omnichannel last-mile strategy to give our customers more delivery choices such as same-day delivery, the option to choose their delivery timeslots, as well as real-time updates on the status of their orders with precision, which has led to higher satisfaction and repeat purchases.”


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Must Read