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Onfleet's software supports "last-mile" logistics for businesses. Its services include an app for delivery drivers, a tracking and notification system for customers, and a dashboard on which managers can dispatch drivers automatically. They can also use the tool to optimize delivery routes to avoid traffic and view performance metrics.
The list ranks the region’s most thriving businesses by their percent revenue growth over a three-year span from fiscal years 2016 to 2018. Onfleet was ranked higher than many well-known local companies, including Uber, Slack Technologies and Pinterest.
Onfleet, the fastest-growing provider of last-mile delivery management software, announced today that it has been ranked No. 124 on Inc. magazine annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
Since teaming up with Onfleet, United’s ecommerce business has grown by leaps and bounds, seeing triple-digit increases year over year.
The Onfleet software platform can optimize delivery routes and even dispatch and track drivers in real time. Visually, retailers get a birds-eye view of the location of each driver, local customer and pickup/delivery task.
Onfleet won the first annual RTech supply chain innovation award for its online dashboard application. The application’s software assists businesses to manage in-house deliveries, as well as managing outsourced last-mile deliveries.
Total Wine & More will offer same-day delivery of alcohol using Onfleet's last mile delivery software to manage their fleet.
With 300 paying customers and an average account paying $500 a month, is Onfleet the new king of delivery economy? Nathan Latka interviews Khaled Naim, Onfleet's CEO & Co-Founder.
At a time when consumers everywhere are expecting fast, efficient and low-cost deliveries of almost everything, Onfleet’s SaaS platform is gaining traction in Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Ecommerce and on-demand businesses in these markets are using Onfleet to manage all aspects of the complicated last mile delivery process.
San Francisco’s Onfleet, which helps companies deliver more efficiently, examined data from about 25 merchants in San Francisco and Los Angeles, comparing Super Bowl Sunday with the previous two Sundays. Among the findings: On-demand alcohol deliveries rose 75 percent in San Francisco from the previous Sunday.
The key to Onfleet's service: a system that picks the best delivery route and keeps dispatchers and customers well-informed, all for about 20 cents or less per delivery.
With unprecedented investor interest and round-the-clock launches of “Uber for X” services to get consumers what they want, when they want it, wherever they are, the on-demand economy has all but revolutionized the way we go about our lives.
Most of the deliveries Onfleet facilitates are in food and beverage, like groceries, prepared meals, alcohol and food from restaurants. In April 2015, the company said it had facilitated just 100,000 deliveries for the year.
Increasingly, on-demand companies are turning to San Francisco-based delivery-management software provider Onfleet. Founded by a Stanford business school student, a Stanford computer science dropout, and a University of New Brunswick computer science grad, Onfleet powers thousands of deliveries every day.
Onfleet recently raised $2 million from CrunchFund, Winklevoss Capital, the Stanford-StartX, and several individual investors, which the team will use to expand its purview beyond startups just raising their seed round or Series A.
You could say that it’s all about speed at Onfleet, as the platform was optimized to free up delivery managers to focus on bottlenecks, or any other pressing issues. And the benefit of having reports on driver stats, seamless customer communication, and robust analytics goes without saying.