[Quick Commerce Boom] Global LogiNext clients report a 24% increase in under 30-minute deliveries LogiNext customers across sectors like QSR (Quick Service Restaurants) and Retail eCommerce have reported an average of 24% increase in under 30 minute deliveries in the last 6 months 100+ enterprise clients in USA, Middle East and APAC participated in […]
LogiNext, a B2B route planning software that helps pharmacists and retailers automate their last-mile deliveries has reported a growth of 40% in medicine home delivery since June 2020.
With more heavy-goods deliveries, will come more heavy-goods returns, and now is the time that brands should focus on refining the black diamond (reverse logistics) by making the process more efficient, optimized and automated
Curbside Pickup has been picking up pace from a couple of years now and the pandemic has given the trend a push. Large enterprises have adopted to giving customers more options and curbside pickup is an innovative low-touch solution that customers are choosing. Even SMBs are leveraging the trend and figuring out ways to enable such pickups. At LogiNext, we’ve helped several firms in their digital transformation journey and enabling a smooth curbside pickup is one of the crucial factors in this journey.
LogiNext, a global SaaS company optimizing and automating the world of transportation and e-commerce logistics, today announced a milestone partnership with Daraz, a leading shopping-commerce platform owned by Alibaba Group. This partnership involved rolling out the LogiNext Mile platform over which Daraz has optimised and automated millions of orders over the past four years resulting in Asia’s largest eCommerce carrier network.
Route planning for a handful of drivers with a single digit number of stops can be done by solutions like Google Maps but the going gets complicated when you have more drivers or vehicles and stops above 50. Optimising route planning for stops above 10 also gets complicated just because of the number of variables involved. What’s the answer to this?
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.
At the pace of current development, machine learning enabled delivery route optimization is the key to sustaining your brand to be consistently relevant for the upcoming future. To ensure that five years down the line you down get sidelined, get the right tech now.
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.
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.