New Delhi based predictive logistics provider SaaS platform provider FarEye announced this week a partnership with supply chain and manufacturing planning technology Blue Yonder (Formerly JDA Software).

The announcement points to a joint application that can accessed via Blue Yonder’s Luminate Platform. FarEye’s visibility platform, carrier library, and last-mile dynamic routing solution will underpin Blue Yonder’s Luminate Platform for transportation management capabilities to provide end-to-end logistics process visibility support.

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Founded in 2013, FarEye’s predictive logistics platform is focused on helping enterprises to orchestrate, track, and optimize their logistics operations. The technology is focused on both B2C and B2B segments and has an emphasis on predictive logistics. The company’s technology is deployed across 20 countries and includes more than 150 global Retailers, Consumer Goods companies and Logistics & Transportation providers including DHL, Amway, Dominos, Walmart, Johnson & Johnson and Hilti.

In April, Supply Chain Matters This Week in Supply Chain Tech column noted that the technology provider completed a $25 billion Series D funding round.

The joint partnership effort is directed at helping companies compete in this customer-centric era enabling exceptional delivery experiences and efficient movement of goods for both B2C and B2B transport segments.

The announcement follows the FarEye appointment of sales executive Amit Bagga as Chief Revenue Officer to help spur international growth. Prior to joining the India based logistics technology provider, Bagga led Asia Pacific business development and revenue opportunities for JDA Software, now Blue Yonder.  Thus, there is a sales synergy and executive relationship related to this partnership.

 

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