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.
Field service management and logistics management have grown, as an industry, at 18% CAGR. How has this part of the economic world been immune to global market fluctuations? It’s simple. Logistics movement is an integral part of the business model of every company. You have a product or a service, you must take it to the market or bring the customer to your market.
Do you also take a lot of time before finalizing a logistics management solutions provider? Do you wish to check the credibility of their performance, before taking the final call? Finally, do you wish timely and safe product distribution with real time visibility at the least possible cost?
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.
Logistics management has transformed itself in the past half of the decade backed by intense development in machine learning capabilities and data analytics. With the level of integration unleashed by Internet of Things, you can not only track the real-time location, speed, and fuel usage of your in-transit delivery vehicle, but also the calmness of the driver. Your real-time vehicle tracking can be covered by new-age routing and optimization software, whereas the calmness of the driver can be tracked through various wearable technology.
Reaffirming its positon on ‘Green Logistics’ on World Environment Day, LogiNext launches its campaign encouraging its US clients to take up the cause of effective corporate social responsibility. With the logistics management industry occupying a healthy 8% of US GDP, the companies have a unique opportunity to become the game-changers in environmental conservation.
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.
Technology can be the springboard for your resource planning. You can use schedule planning and routing software to automate logistics movement in your company. Such solutions have the potential to bring down logistics and transportation costs, whether owned or leased. Efficient fleet management can boost your resource utilization, productivity, and profitability.
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.
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.