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Australian firm acquires the startup supported by NRL

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New Delhi: Onetracker Technologies Pvt Limited (onetraker.com) from Guwahati, Assam was acquired by Get it Fast (www.getitfast.com.au), an innovative Australian last-mile delivery company. Onetracker provides a world-class enterprise technology platform for logistics and last-mile delivery companies. Onetracker is backed by Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) through its flagship startup initiative called 'NRL Ideation' to encourage local entrepreneurs from North East India and create a conducive atmosphere for startup businesses in this region. This support from NRL enabled Onetracker to successfully explore business opportunities in global markets and contributed immensely to the acquisition by Get it Fast.

Get It Fast offers innovative same-day delivery services to leading clients in the ANZ region. Get it Fast aims to offer faster, convenient and sustainable last-mile delivery experiences using leading technology and data analytics to power its operations. Get it Fast was an early adopter of Onetracker's technology platform.

This acquisition will allow Get it Fast to invest extensively in Onetracker's platform to build a world-class product ready for global markets.

Onetracker Technologies is in the process of setting up a development centre in Guwahati, Assam. This development center will soon welcome the first batch of engineers and team members working on exciting projects to create cutting-edge cloud-native technologies in the last mile space.

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