FarEye to hire 100 techies this year

The tech experts will be hired from across India and North America


FarEye, the logistics platform, is looking at expanding its global tech team in the face of unexpected rise in demand from manufacturers, retailers, and logistics & transportation companies, the platform is all set to hire about 100 technology experts.

Quite recently, it had announced an ESOP liquidation programme for its staff, allowing eligible employees to sell up to 35 per cent of their vested ESOP shares.

The SaaS startup believes in allowing space for talent to grow, develop and prosper. It claims to build “intrapreneurs”, by offering an opportunity to individuals to be creative, come up with new ideas, innovate and be accountable for their own work.

The Company aims to attain a goal of 100+ million transactions a day in terms of processing petabytes of data.

Among its list of valued customers, FarEye has big names, including Honeywell, BlueYonder&4PL, Tata Steel, BSL, HomeTown, UPS & Finland Post. It has worked with Microsoft and other big companies to help them expand their teams, utilise wealth-creation opportunities and also be recognised as great places to work.

It is FarEye’s endeavour to enable efficient and timely movement of goods, not just across India, but worldwide. It is our responsibility to ensure everyone gets things delivered on time.

FarEye offers reliable and predictable logistics, which promises transparency and traceability, thanks to its efficient technology platform.

Many experts from Microsoft, Amazon, Nagarro, Times Internet, Genpact and Sumo Logic have recently joined the FarEye team.

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