Set to Redefine the Workforce Sector: FarEye

Set to Redefine the Workforce Sector: FarEye

FarEye, an emerging leader in the Indian Logistic Market has successfully established its feet in the corporates across India and abroad in a short span of time.It is a SaaS-based mobility solution that helps in managing the Distributed Workforce Management Platform on mobile. It is a customizable Enterprise Mobility Platform and since inception, it has done 100 million+ transactions. Real-time coordination with mobile workers, field jobs and customer requests is the most critical problem for any management to handle. FarEye provides an end-to-end solution to organise this problem. The entire process is automated helping companies generate higher revenues by increasing productivity and customer satisfaction. FarEye started off as a solution to solve the critical LMD (Last Mile Delivery) issues but its versatility & customizability made it conducive to any organization with distributed workforce.

With top players like Blue Dart-DHL, Ecom Express, DTDC and other leading players on board, FarEye is acing this arena. It is working with companies across industries like Logistics, e-commerce, Consumer Durables, Healthcare, and BFSI. FarEye’s vision as a company is to implement deep analytics into the work sector and help companies forecast the demand and manage their fleet accordingly. FarEye is currently doing 2 million+ transactions on its platform across 10 countries.

With the technology penetration being, less than 20% in 3 billion+ workforce, FarEye sees a huge potential market that would benefit from its technology platform aimed at maximizing workforce efficiency, and consequently invert the statistics into a more favourable number. Even though India’s IT market is growing at the rate of 11% per annum and mobile technology is well placed in everybody’s personal lives, it is still not incorporated well in the work field. With cutting edge mobility solutions, FarEye envisions to bring adifference in the lives of field workers and at the same time help the enterprises in saving the costs and engaging in better customer experience.

“Enterprises can benefit much more by outsourcing their mobility solutions to service providers like FarEye. Not only it is effective at an organizational point of view, but it would be significantly cost-cutting”, says Mr. Kushal Nahata, CEO and Co-Founder.

With multiple use cases already being successfully implemented in field services, sales (sales force automation & claims process), FarEye see that it would be occupying a major chunk in the field service market too.