GetSwift Strengths, Domain Expertise, and Key Differentiators
GetSwift is a technology and services company that offers a suite of software products and services focused on business and logistics automation. We improve the delivery of goods and services for businesses and their customers around the globe with ecommerce and marketplace ordering, route optimization, cash management, workforce management, business intelligence and cloud and communications infrastructure.
GetSwift Recent Developments
Throughout the year, GetSwift enhanced their software platforms to improve reliability, security and performance. Just after the close of the fiscal year, GetSwift released a major new software feature called Fleets that enables clients to share drivers across store locations or even with other brands to meet growing delivery demands. A new PreScheduled Dispatching and Routing feature lets organizations enter hundreds of scheduled jobs, create delivery zones, and automatically dispatch and route daily jobs to drivers across their varied fleets. With businesses under increasing pressure to offer seamless delivery, these software tools enable clients to create their own driver networks rather than risk their customers’ business with costly third-party services.
GetSwift Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) Activities
In February, the Company announced it had acquired a majority equity interest in Logo d.o.o. (‘Logo’), a European information and communications technology firm. This acquisition allowed GetSwift to offer its clients a suite of complementary services and products relating to data centers, communications infrastructure and information security, among others, and offer a “one-stop shop” for enterprise clients. At the request of Logo’s shareholders, Bane Hunter, GetSwift’s Chief Executive Officer, and Robert Bardunias, GetSwift’s Chief Operating Officer, were appointed Chairman and Vice Chairman, respectively, of the Supervisory Board of Logo.
GetSwift Customers in ARTW Customer Database
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Ownership: - NE : GSW
Number of Employees: 200
GetSwift Key Cloud and HCM Applications
GetSwift Delivery Management Software
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GetSwift Customers - Breakdown by Geo, Size, Vertical and Product
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New customers in the year ended 30 June 2020 came from over 100 countries across six continents. The largest contribution, 54%, came from North America, followed by Europe, the Middle East and Africa at 24%, the Asia Pacific at 19% and South America at 3%. The Food/Groceries/Agriculture market segment accounted for 35% of new customers, with courier services at 14% and beverage alcohol at 13%. E-commerce now represents 12% of new customers with Services, Other Retail, Trucking and Other Sectors making up the balance. Farms, dairies and farmers’ markets across the US and Canada continued to sign up for Company platforms, with new farm to table sign ups also coming from New Zealand and Dubai. Beverage alcohol continues its strong growth on the platforms across several global regions as previously announced client initiatives launch on their business schedules.
GetSwift Market Opportunities, M&A and Geo Expansions
GetSwift continued its focus on new markets, while remaining engaged across the globe. The year saw penetration and expansion across North America in the farm to table market and within the Middle East and other regions for branded food and beverage deliveries, as well as other product & service offerings in markets as diverse as Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa. Across North America, the Company saw customer demand growing steadily in the farm to table, workforce management and scheduled route delivery space. GetSwift’s offering now serves clients managing regular weekly delivery combinations of produce, dairy, meat, water, or other essentials across 32 US states (including Hawaii) and 4 Canadian provinces. North America continued to be the Company’s strongest market for these services, with signups in Europe and the Asia Pacific (APAC) also demonstrating the potential across these diverse regions.
GetSwift Risks and Challenges
The global pandemic of COVID-19 impacted GetSwift in similar ways as it did other businesses. The Company closed offices, sent teams home, and quickly shifted to virtual operations to meet the needs of existing and new clients.
GetSwift Ecosystem, Partners, Resellers and SI
In financial year 2021, the GetSwift plans to continue building its cloud-based SaaS logistics services and IT services to provide customers more support in the digital transition of the global economy. As it grows its customer base, the Company will continue to explore and address emerging needs for its customers. The Company continues to seek the most capital efficient manner to gain market share, increase its utilization by customers, and grow its revenue. The Company will continue to assess capital allocation by weighing options that include online sales, outbound sales, partnerships, and acquisitions.
GetSwift Cloud Platform (PaaS) and Infrastructure (IaaS) Details
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