The top challenges, especially for CPG companies, are lack of proper delivery movement visibility, lack of control of actual on-ground logistics, delayed reaction time if anything goes wrong on-ground, over or under-utilized truck capacities, inaccurate estimated time of arrivals (ETAs), etc. LogiNext can help overcome all these and more.
What’s with same-day or next-day deliveries? Well if haven’t forgotten important dates such as Valentines’ or any other such day, you won’t much appreciate the urgency of fast deliveries to save face. All’s well that end’s well, and that’s why the right logistics technology, especially last mile, is critical for flash events.
Consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry has been on a growth curve with a sustained CAGR of 10% possibly hitting $721.8 billion sales by 2020. Which side of this growth would your company stand on? One of the major driving factors for CPG, where bigger companies have their brands readily recognizable the world over, is being in the right place at the right time.
The client was one of the largest online home goods retailer in North America with more than 60 million active online users, 10 million hosted products, and 20,000 suppliers. LogiNext optimized their entire logistics movement with optimized carrier handling and high customer (delivery) experience.
Here are the top 3 things that’ll stay strong in 2019, shape how logistics is handled, and business is conducted across the globe. With the best delivery route planning software, logistics management would be more streamlined than ever before.
Why advanced delivery route planning is great for the global economy? Customers want fast deliveries. Companies want to deliver shipments faster and more efficiently using more resources at lower costs. They also want to become more reactive and agile in their delivery movement. These industries are becoming more customer-centric which is good for the […]
The current path of logistics optimization demands a keen interest of the CIO, and this article is directed to bring them up-to-date with the benchmarks they should look for, paving the way for better business opportunities.
Tech is driving industries faster and faster. CAGR is keenly watched everywhere. Such tech needs leaders, and LogiNext has claimed its place, time and again, at the top of the chain.
Retail and e-commerce are moving fast and merging along the line into a singular platform. What is driving this behavior for these mega-entities? What is the one factor which is bringing all of retail and e-commerce onto one platform?
The Southeast Asian region would grow at 32% CAGR, reaching about $88 billion by 2025, Indian shores have taken up e-commerce strongly. Here, the market is slated to reach $64 billion by 2020, $200 billion by 2026, and surpass the U.S market by 2034