Elastic logistics is the new and evolved version of ‘lean supply chain movement’. As technology has caught up with logistics, latest delivery schedule and route planning help companies are on top of all market demand fluctuations and keep their products on shelves at all times or reach the consumer’s door within a day or two.
It’s costlier to acquire new customers compared to retaining them. With proper logistics optimization, companies can not only retain customers but also boost satisfaction and lifetime value. In this age of booming retail and e-commerce, logistics optimization is the best asset a company can have.
Today we speak to an industry veteran with close to two decades of raw delivery management experience. Liam O’Sullivan has earned matchless following and adulation in his career. He is the Director of Operations at International Post Corporation (IPC), Brussels, Belgium.
We are now well past the 1st April enforcement date for electronic logging device (ELD) implementation. Now if your trucks are stopped for a roadside inspection, how do you prepare to get through that without any violations? Here’s what you need to know to be violation free.
The home services (Utilities) management industry has moved leaps and bounds in terms of field agent management evolution & 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.
Paytm backed LogiNext to replicate Alibaba’s strategy in logistics movement and field workforce optimization across India and Southeast Asia. Jack Ma’s processes coupled with LogiNext’s machine learning algorithms can make logistics management and last mile delivery optimization easy and trackable for all enterprises.
This is how Myntra used LogiNext’s cloud-based last mile delivery optimization solutions to make their e-commerce deliveries simpler, faster, and more accurate. Now Myntra can plan, allocate, direct, and track all their deliveries simply using LogiNext Mile. This is how Myntra, one of the top e-commerce companies in India, manages its logistics.
According to NOVONOUS, “Indian logistic industry presently is of whooping $300 billion” and “will grow at 1.5–2 times the GDP” suggests Empirical Evidence. The influx of startups like mushroom surfacing the e-commerce array has added to the accelerated growth.