Onfleet’s 2023 Year in Review

2023 New Releases at Onfleet

In 2023, Onfleet unveiled multiple new cutting-edge features designed to empower businesses and elevate the delivery experience. As we reflect on these game-changing releases, it's evident that 2023 was a year of innovation and user-centric design for Onfleet. But the journey doesn't end here. Stay with us as we unveil our vision for 2024, where the promise of even more groundbreaking features awaits. Onfleet is not just a tool; it's a partner in your journey towards delivery excellence.

Let's explore some of the remarkable releases that marked a pivotal year for Onfleet:

1. Self-Service Single Sign-On for Google and Enterprise IdP

Onfleet recognizes the importance of security and convenience. With the introduction of Self-Service Single Sign-On for Google and Enterprise IdP, we've made it seamless for users to access their accounts securely. Whether you're leveraging Google credentials or an Enterprise Identity Provider, Onfleet's commitment to user-friendly authentication ensures a hassle-free experience, enhancing overall account management and data security.

2. Enable/Disable Drivers from Starting Tasks Out of Order

Flexibility is key, and Onfleet took a giant leap toward empowering users with control over their delivery processes. The ability to Enable/Disable drivers from starting tasks out of order gives businesses the freedom to align their deliveries with operational preferences, ensuring a more customized and efficient workflow.

3. Custom Task Completion Reasons

Recognizing the diverse needs of our users, Onfleet introduced Custom Task Completion Reasons. Now, businesses can tailor completion reasons to align with their specific operations, providing a nuanced understanding of task fulfillment. This customization not only enhances reporting accuracy but also fosters a deeper understanding of delivery dynamics.

4. Asynchronous Batch Task Creation

In a world where time is of the essence, Onfleet responded by enhancing task creation efficiency with the introduction of Asynchronous Batch Task Creation. This feature ensures smooth operations, especially when dealing with large task volumes. By optimizing task creation processes, businesses can now handle increased delivery demands with unparalleled efficiency.

5. Driver App Improvements

Onfleet is committed to empowering drivers with tools that enhance performance and scalability. The Driver App Improvements introduced in 2023 reflect our dedication to providing a seamless and reliable experience. From performance tweaks to scalability enhancements, the Driver App is now better equipped to meet the demands of modern last mile logistics.

6. Integrations Marketplace

Collaboration is at the heart of innovation. Onfleet expanded its horizons by introducing the Integrations Marketplace, a hub for integrations built by Onfleet and our trusted partners. These integrations streamline operations, connecting Onfleet with other tools and platforms, and ensuring a cohesive and interconnected delivery ecosystem.

7. Delivery Manifest Compliance Endpoint

Tailored for METRC use by our Cannabis partners, the Delivery Manifest Compliance Endpoint underscores Onfleet's dedication to meeting industry-specific needs. This feature ensures seamless compliance with regulatory requirements, empowering cannabis businesses to navigate the intricate landscape of last mile delivery effortlessly.

8. Custom Task Fields

In the spirit of customization, Onfleet introduces Custom Task Fields. Businesses will be able to tailor information on Onfleet to their specific needs. This granular control over task details ensures a more personalized and adaptable approach to last mile delivery management.

9. Driver App - Passport and International Document Scanning

Onfleet extends its support for document scanning in the Driver App. Alongside passports, drivers will be able to scan a broader range of international documents, enhancing identity verification and compliance across borders.