What would you do when your plans for effective field service management don’t execute as you wish them? It’s simple. Just go back to the basics and reinvent the wheel. It’s an arduous task if you stack it as such. But imagine the big names like Amazon, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Apple, or Tesla. These companies renovate to resonate with each evolution stage of its audience.
Like any market driven model, logistics management software would come in to the central focus as more and more companies are utilizing them and reaping rich rewards. In the next five years, it will all be about quick and fast deliveries with logistics analytics, 100% location accuracy, and complete end-to-end visibility. LogiNext offers all this and much more, so we know the future is bright.
Consider the transportation industry. Transportation is no longer a support function, it is a necessity. The past year saw the highest amount of vehicle sales in most developed nations. The United States had more than 17.5 million car sales in 2016. Consumer movement is catching up with logistics transportation in some places and outperforming them in other places.
Asian retail and e-commerce market has grown leaps and bound in the past year and there is good reason to celebrate. What was once thought to be a red tape wasteland of opportunities, is turning out to be quite the temptress for all major corporations in the world. How did this transformation happen? How did Asian market become the darling of industries such as retail, FMCG, e-commerce, manufacturing, etc.?
The home services (Utilities) management industry has moved leaps and bounds in terms of tech evolution with the adoption of Internet of Things. Connected devices, right from the appliances in your house, to the meters monitoring your usage, the collectors collating the metering information feeding it into the head-end system.
Jon Snow quietly builds his army at Winterfell being advised on matters (that she know nothing about) by Sansa Stark. Not far away from the action, Petyr Baelish refurnishes his plans to sit on the Iron Throne. Jon Snow gathers forces identifying the carrying and movement capacity of each of his resources. A crow drops a secret notification in his mailbox.
People have talked about the Internet of Things (IoT) in diverse terms, but what is it? IoT is the interaction and exchange of data amongst various connected devices and entities over the Internet, which then function towards singular goals. It’s like having a virtual connected universe, where you customize almost all your electronic interactions.
Uber has had been on a topsy-turvy ride in the past few months that could earn it a lead in daily soap-operas such as the Days of Our Lives or All My Children. And now this. Their chief protagonist, Travis Kalanick has stepped down for an indefinite leave of absence. There is going to be a massive restructuring of the board and the vision of the company.
Before the World Environment Day, the United States, as promised, pulled out of the Paris Agreement. Although this is no surprise, as Donald Trump has been laying the ground for it since his ascendancy. However, the ripples of the impending eventuality shook the senses of everyone concerned about Mother Earth.
LogiNext extends its market capitalization with its latest breakthrough product, ‘Location Tracking SDK’ from ‘TrackNext’. After dominating the market with its route optimization, resource planning, and delivery tracking solutions in multiple industries like retail, e-commerce, transport, telecom, energy, pharma, and general services, LogiNext unleashes a standalone tracking application combining the insights of more than 200 global enterprise clients across 10 countries and counting.