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INDRIVE STRENGTHENS B2B OFFERING THROUGH TEAM EXPANSION, TECH ACQUISITION

inDrive, a global mobility and urban services platform, is strengthening its B2B segment offering by introducing new solutions in inDrive.Freight and inDrive.Couriers delivery verticals.

inDrive is set to enhance its offerings by expanding its team and acquiring new technological solutions. Recently, the company completed a transaction with Master Delivery (MD), a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform specializing in last-mile delivery. As part of this deal, MD’s team responsible for global expansion will join inDrive, bolstering its capabilities in segment development. Furthermore, inDrive will integrate MD’s exclusive technology into its existing B2B offering.

The team joining inDrive brings valuable expertise, experience, and patent-protected innovations, including unique solutions for delivery management, order batching, dispatch algorithms, and demand prediction. In addition, as part of the transaction, inDrive will gain access to MD’s proprietary technology code, enabling the company to utilize it at its discretion.

inDrive is expanding its B2B offering to cater to the specific requirements of its business customers. In this endeavor, the company plans to introduce various features, including a single business account, a service level agreement (SLA) guaranteeing on-time delivery, a courier management system, consolidated analytics, and more. With these business-focused tools, inDrive aims to better support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and seize opportunities in the enterprise-grade delivery market, where speed, reliability, and quality are paramount.

Daniil Petin, VP of Mobility at inDrive, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration:

“At inDrive, we have successfully served B2B customers with our mobility offering, and there has been significant demand from SMEs for our inDrive.Couriers service, which provides last-mile courier delivery to over 160,000 businesses in 39 countries. Additionally, inDrive.Freight offers a range of freight services to over 162,000 B2B clients worldwide, utilizing various vehicles based on shipment size and requirements.

We recognize the immense potential in merging the knowledge and skills of the inDrive and MD teams. Leveraging our extensive global reach and experience in scaling services to new markets, combined with technology that enables the rapid delivery of enterprise-grade services within 30-40 minutes, with an impressive 95% on-time order rate, we will significantly enhance our business offering.

This transaction marks the beginning of a new era of active investments and acquisitions at inDrive. We are eager to collaborate with talented founders of emerging startups, particularly those from underrepresented regions, to help scale their businesses.”

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