LogiNext believes in creating the best solutions encompassing the entire gamut of business use-cases. It’s not just about keeping pace with the technological developments in the space of optimized delivery management, but also about leading the responsibility for benchmarking the best practices in the industry.
Brands ranging from Amazon, Walmart, Alibaba, Target, Uber, Tesla, and many more are diving hard into the zone of location intelligence. The biggest gainers for the same here are the Retail and FMCG trendsetters. Location Intelligence, the primal necessity of the new age, has the retail and FMCG world caught in a tight race to the finish.
Our expectations as a customer have increased exponentially thanks to the ever-evolving technology. For example, now we expect our couriers to be delivered to us at our convenient location and time in the most optimum condition. According to Business Insider, “APAC accounted for 40% of global e-commerce sales in Q1 2017”
One of the largest Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) companies in the world increased the on-time deliveries by more than 60% while decreasing their resource cost by 18% and increasing their utilization by 30%. This increased the overall value (return on investment) of each resource to an amazing 58.5%. How did they do this?
The war is on. The lines are drawn. Retail and e-commerce have locked swords. Which side are you on? If these thoughts seem ominous to you, then don’t worry. There is peace ahead. Retail vs E-commerce is a new but heated battle. They are different, but not that different.
The Assumption Within AIDAS is Unsaid but Profound. This idea that the expectation stage of consumers can be generalized across industries and timelines, is prone to error. How does this generalization affect the decision flow of consumers? To answer this, I will help you look closely at these assumptions.
We are pleased to invite to our interview platform, a man who is led by a vision, and who leads with innovation. Mr. Ekmeet Singh, Co-founder and CEO, Lendbox. Lendbox has become the biggest disruptor in the personal finance industry in recent times.
‘Industry Trends: Field Service Optimization’ is by far the most engaging piece of research I have come across in recent times. The concepts emphasized in the white paper have a little for everyone. The white paper answers some of the basic questions revolving around field service management.
The game between customer perceptions and a company’s value proposition is an interesting one. At times, a company’s technology defines the customer’s perceptions, and at other times, the customer’s imagination drives company research.
Presenting World’s #3 App For Logistics And Field Service Optimization Ever wondered if you could track all your shipments, vehicles, carriers and your on-field workforce in real-time on a single map interface while being away? Could you imagine planning their routes and capacity in the most optimized way at your fingertips? Well, you should […]