Are Your Vehicles Safe on the Road? Ensure Your Last Mile Delivery Safety! What happens when you get a call that your clients never received your delivery and their processes or events are then held-up for it? You check with your vehicle and your delivery personnel tells you that the vehicle broke down mid-way. […]
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.
Stuck in traffic? That’s a problem from everyone from a delivery associate to an operations manager or their very customers. Every person understands the unpredictable nature of traffic snarls. We have all been there, “I am late. Stuck in traffic!”. It has become the epidemic of new generation of which we can’t find any cure. But should you ask questions? Is traffic the only reason meetings, appointments, or estimated time of arrivals are delayed?
We now stand at the forefront of the optimization revolution. Never has sweeping transformational changes benefited multiple industries more than right now. GST holds up the promise of total realignment and restructuring of how logistics movement happens across the nation. There would some resistance from some companies, as many are set in the way they have been doing things over a period and are averse to any sudden change.
Every single person or process, which gets in touch with the logistics system, can be recorded as a data point. These data inputs can be turned into insights to better plan for future shipments. The latest updates from a delivery route can be streamlined into the next trip. This means that with each trip, the system would learn something new which can be incorporated for the future.
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.
Our expectations as a customer have increased exponentially thanks to the ever-evolving technology. For example, now we expect our couriers to be delivered to us at our convenient location and time in the most optimum condition. According to Business Insider, “APAC accounted for 40% of global e-commerce sales in Q1 2017”
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.?
Pharmaceutical industry has a traditional distribution network where trade channel management is the primary sales pipeline along with being the distribution funnel for the industry. Channel management is of primary importance in this sector, unlike other growing industries.