Last-mile delivery fulfillment provider OneRail announced its Last Mile Delivery Fulfillment solution is now available on SAP Store. The offering is now fully integrated with SAP’s Commerce Cloud, allowing SAP customers to easily access the services of OneRail’s 7.5 million last-mile drivers.

“We’re thrilled to partner with SAP to help large companies streamline their final-mile logistics workflow from within the SAP solutions they already use,” said Bill Catania, OneRail CEO and founder. “This partnership will accelerate OneRail’s growth as a best-in-class final-mile solution for achieving operational excellence amid today’s global supply chain challenges.”

The SAP Store offers more than 1,800 business solutions from SAP and its partners.

The inclusion in the SAP Commerce Cloud means OneRail’s solution integrates with e-commerce networks through SAP’s point-of-sale and enterprise resource planning systems.

OneRail coordinates rate shopping and the execution of shipments across all final-mile shipping modes, completely automating dispatch and tracking. The latest expansion means there are now 7.5 million drivers across 220 delivery networks available as part of the Logistics Partner Network. This includes popular carriers like Frayt, Hailify, Lyft, Skipcart, Epic1, Dropoff, DoorDash, Alvy Delivers and OTL Logistics.

The OneRail Logistics Partner Network is a managed marketplace for shippers and courier businesses. It allows shippers of all types, including retail, product distributors and health care networks, to instantaneously expand their final-mile capabilities. The network consists of sedans, cargo vans and box trucks.

In January, OneRail raised $6.7 million in late seed financing led by Chicago Ventures and Bullpen Capital. The Orlando, Florida-based company has raised $12.5 million to date.

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