Onfleet Unveils Integrations Marketplace to Enhance Last-Mile Delivery Management

Onfleet has unveiled its Integrations Marketplace, a hub of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) integrations designed to enhance efficiency and convenience in last-mile delivery management.

The marketplace offers extended functionality and interoperability across the Onfleet platform, providing a one-stop solution for optimizing delivery operations, the last-mile delivery management software company said in a Monday (Aug. 28) press release.

“The supply chain industry comprises multiple interconnected components, and ensuring compatibility of the screws (integrations) utilized throughout the process significantly enhances overall efficiency and delivery performance,” James Li, senior technology partners lead at Onfleet, said in the release.

The Integrations Marketplace features two primary categories of integrations: Native Integrations and Certified Partner-Built Integrations, according to the release. Native Integrations, developed by Onfleet, include partnerships with platforms like SquareAeroPay and Delivery Manifest, tailored to provide extended functionality and seamless interoperability. Onfleet also integrates with third-party platforms like n8n and Zapier, expanding its ecosystem of interconnected solutions.

Certified Partner-Built Integrations are certified by Onfleet under the “Build with Onfleet” program guidelines and further enhance the utility of the Onfleet platform, the release said.

“Our customers appreciate the ease of integrations and open [application programming interface (API)] we offer to improve their business processes,” Chris Garrison, director of enterprise sales and strategic partnerships at Onfleet, said in the release.

The Integrations Marketplace will be available to current Onfleet account owners, according to the release.

Onfleet’s platform, which includes a web-based dispatch dashboard, real-time tracking and notifications for customers, and more, helps businesses streamline their delivery operations, the release said. With Onfleet, businesses can route and dispatch, collect proof of delivery, access last-mile analytics, and provide a branded customer experience.

For companies that provide last-mile deliveries, visibility to customers has become table stakes, Onfleet CEO and Co-founder Khaled Naim told PYMNTS in an interview posted in July 2022.

“It not only improves the customer experience, but also it improves the efficiency of the operation by minimizing the amount of time that the drivers spend on site waiting for the customer to answer the door,” Naim said at the time.

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