The Felix Project is on a mission to “save food and change lives”. The charity redistributes fresh food that would otherwise go to waste to more than 350 non-profits, schools and holiday programs across London. But operational inefficiencies made its progress slow. Project managers manually catalogued locations and planned routes on a daily basis, while drivers logged food collected and delivered on paper manifests. Those manifests were logged into monthly spreadsheets. With 140 different weekly routes, the volume of data quickly became unmanageable and time-consuming. Operational efficiency, accuracy and transparency suffered as a result. To reach its goal of redistributing 100 million meals annually by 2024 – a tenfold increase on current capabilities – The Felix Project would need to prioritize investments in new technology.