Each image holds some memory space in the delivery person’s phone and it uses some amount of data as it is transferred through the Internet to the client’s dashboard or central processing point. To ensure proper authentication, the image must have high-definition and should be clear. Storing and transferring high-def images in quick time eats up battery and data from the phone.
A billion data points. One for every 8th person in the world. One for almost every vehicle in the world. Comprehensive location tracking data points encompassing more than three continents including North America, Asia, Northern Africa, and Southern Europe. It doesn’t get any bigger than this.
It’s an adage that worked for malls before. Ambience can accentuate the value of a product long enough to merit a premium. With the advent of omnichannel aesthetics, this has changed to effective last mile delivery. The process is not just about reaching the concerned location on-time. Last mile delivery has much more to it.
Bring your delivery management system into the new world. Communicate with your delivery personnel and track their movement while you optimize their routes and ensure on-time deliveries, right from a single app. The future of internal communications is here. Move on Slack and WhatsApp, LogiNext just changed the game.
Jack Ma inaugurated the world’s first Digital Free Trade Zone in Malaysia to boost e-commerce and small to medium size enterprises (SMEs) in Southeast Asia. Considering Malaysia’s proclivity in the Asian region, This Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) would act as a perfect platform for physical and virtual business set-ups to leverage the recent boom of online businesses. Malaysia’s DFTZ is set to handle more than $65 billion worth of goods at full functionality.
In a logistically efficient utopia, your company would be able to fulfill all client and customer desires up to perfection while delivering the complete set of created value right from the ideation to execution. Transportation management system, handled through new-age tracking and analytics, can boost your market share and customer retention within a single quarter.
Fast Moving Consumer Goods companies across the world are building markets as they grow towards their ambitious targets. Some of these companies have high brand loyalty such as Johnson & Johnson, Nestlé, Mondelēz, P&G, Unilever, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, and even Philip Morris. Healthy distribution network is the most critical factor in guiding your products reach their intended users.
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.
As a company, we have spread wings across the globe, but Southeast Asia is where I find the perfect summation and confluence of diverse cultural flows. There is great balance between tradition and innovation. In Manila for the Forbes 30 Under 30 summit, I can’t help but marvel the power of innovation in bridging cultural and generational gaps across the world.