Singapore-based Yojee develops software that enables logistics providers to automate their business. The startup offers them real-time tracking, pickup and delivery confirmation, invoicing, job management, driver rating, and more.
It listed on the Australian Securities Exchange through a reverse takeover last year.
Similar companies: Zyllem, Sendle
How it compares to competitors: Yojee’s services are powered by artificial intelligence, machine learning, and blockchain technology. The startup combines a software platform that allows businesses to ship goods with a software-enabled network that helps logistics providers to collaborate, manage, and operate their fleets.
- Over 280 corporate customers and more than 1,500 unique customers, including One Sports Puma, Spotlight, Lion Parcel, and others
- 159 percent growth in the last two quarters in terms of its logistics network
- 53 percent growth on its software-as-a-service revenue
- Increased presence across Southeast Asia and Australia, including Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Malaysia
Amount raised: US$2.5 million
Funding stage: N/A
Lead investor: N/A
Other investors: N/A
Investment type: Share placement
Purpose: Fund sales and marketing plans and fuel long-term technology development for its automated job assignment software, data analytics platform, and collaboration tools.
Total disclosed funding to date: US$8 million
Converted from Australian dollars. US$1 = AU$1.27.
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