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.
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.
Logistics management has now become the singular platform for cost leadership and profit generation. Most of the Fortune 500 companies partner with management consultants to streamline their strategies and processes. Accenture has time and again reinstated the importance of profitable and agile processes. They have adapted their strengths to incorporate logistics management as a core competency.
Decathlon, with a million daily shipments moving through its 1100 stores across the world, picks the best global route and resource optimization solution provider, LogiNext, to streamline their merchandise movement with accurate on-time deliveries and complete end-to-end distribution visibility.
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.
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.