FarEye has partnered with Syscons to provide its delivery management platform to streamline the pre- and post-purchase last-mile delivery experience for retailers, fashion brands and manufacturers in Europe.
The FarEye delivery management platform will become part of Syscons’ supply chain and omnichannel solutions they support and implement, with the aim to simplify and expedite customers’ implementations. The implementation is expected to lead to faster time-to-market and increased value on investments. FarEye will work closely with Syscons with customers particularly in Southern Europe to deploy their last-mile solutions.
FarEye will work with both divisions of Syscons Group – Syscons Interactive and Syscons Industries – which supports fashion brands and retailers in their digital transformation journey and manufacturers in their direct-to-consumer transformation journey. Together, the companies intend to provide a superior last-mile technology platform with Syscons’ omnichannel portfolio for a complete end-to-end commerce solution. This partnership also combines Syscons’ SAP expertise as well as FarEye’s SAP-certified last-mile and parcel visibility capabilities to bridge the gap between strategy and execution of the complex transition from serving business to serving consumers.
Suryansh Jalan, president of FarEye, said, “One of the biggest challenges for companies in implementing a last-mile platform into their technology stack is the sheer complexity and volume of technology to integrate – from WMS to OMS to ERP. Combining our last-mile platform with Syscons’ expertise in deploying large-scale omnichannel solutions solves this challenge, leading to faster deployments and value for companies as they look to turn the order-to-door delivery experience into a competitive advantage.”
Fabio Arrigoni, a partner at Syscons Interactive, commented, “We share a common vision with FarEye to ensure a superior consumer experience. Combining both our technologies and our expertise strengthens our collective ability to help brands and retailers create efficient, successful commerce strategies that drive revenue and lower costs.”
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