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Episode 14: Construction Logistics: Perfecting The Last Mile feat. Andrew Travis (Onfleet)

Rahul Faria July 28, 2020 466 114 2


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Onfleet is a San Francisco-based technology company specializing in logistics management software and route optimization for businesses offering last-mile delivery. Today, we were fortunate to have Andrew Travis, VP of Sales and Customer Success at Onfleet, join us on the show to tell us more about this amazing product. Our exchange with Andrew covers the origin story of Onfleet, how the software works to provide the fantastic service it does, as well as other interesting details about target markets, adoption, and more! Andrew does a great job of explaining the initial concept of Onfleet and how it has evolved since then before getting into some of the ways they implemented UI to help users onboard their framework in its early phases. We then get into the nuts and bolts of how to use Onfleet and the different pain points in last-mile delivery they alleviate by optimizing live status updates, ETA, and communications between clients, drivers, and operations. While Onfleet serves individual clients amazingly, it has also proved indispensable to the typically slow to adapt construction industry! We chat a bit about Andrew’s previous careers and how he applied his experience of the delivery industry gleaned from his own startup to his new role at Onfleet next, and after that we dive into why they are focusing on markets in North America and Western Europe. Joining today’s chat, you’ll also hear about which industries are jumping on board with Onfleet, how the firm intends to fine tune its services using technology in the long and short-term, and a whole lot more, so don’t miss this one!

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