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GetSwift Named Company of the Year by Logistics Tech Outlook

GetSwift Limited (ASX: GSW) (“GetSwift” or “the Company”), a leading provider of logistics technology, has been named Company of the Year by industry publication Logistics Tech Outlook.

“We take pride in ourselves to honor GetSwift as Company of the Year in our annual ranking list which features an elite group of companies that are setting a new benchmark in the Transport Management arena,” said Linda James, Managing Editor of Logistics Tech Outlook.

The award to GetSwift is featured in an article quoting Chief Financial Officer Daniel W. Lawrence, who highlights the inspiration and evolution of GetSwift’s technology. “GetSwift’s portal allows clients to gain control of the last mile to improve speed to market, dramatically improving customer satisfaction, while doing away with the supply chains of yesterday which relied on the disparate legacy technologies of multiple carriers and fleets,” Lawrence said.

Starting as a local liquor delivery company struggling with last-mile inefficiencies, GetSwift has grown into a pioneering, customer-centric Software as a Service (SaaS) platform that solves basic last-mile issues as well as complicated supply chain challenges. This allows its multi-industry client base, including companies large and small, the luxury of a sophisticated delivery operation.

In the article, Brett Houldin, a GetSwift client and the CEO of Craveable Brands, which operates over 570 restaurants in Australia, said “Partnering with GetSwift to deploy their platform across our restaurants has been transformative. We are now consistently among the top performers in our industry with respect to last-mile logistics and actionable business intelligence.”

Logistics Tech Outlook is a relied-upon resource for global logistics leaders. From Warehouse Managers up to Chief Executives and Information Officers, Logistics Tech Outlook provides valuable insights for decision makers who approve, specify, recommend, purchase or influence the purchase of delivery automation solutions.

The full article is available here.