Internet of things (IoT) with the latest in machine-learning backed algorithms are the way logistics would be optimized to meet all customer demands and requirements, right from fast shipping, live tracking and notifications, and on-time delivery with optimized final mile movement.
LogiNext’s field workforce optimization is machine learning-enabled planning engine which pulls in all the constraints such as preferred time slot visits, avoiding repeat visits, avoiding overlap or mirroring, and also to optimize the service time or time spent at each outlet
Enterprise mobility solutions are unlocking a new phase of benefits with respect to resource movement efficiency. With multiple industries and markets getting more and more focused on consumerism while finding new and better ways to satisfying the increasing global retail and e-commerce demand.
Many industry experts have stated that their field workforce management leaves them with a lot to desire for. As we know the first step to effective field service management is getting the right person for the work. Once you have that, things should be a cakewalk, but it often isn’t. Why does this happen? And what can you do avoid that?
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.
Jon Snow quietly builds his army at Winterfell being advised on matters (that she know nothing about) by Sansa Stark. Not far away from the action, Petyr Baelish refurnishes his plans to sit on the Iron Throne. Jon Snow gathers forces identifying the carrying and movement capacity of each of his resources. A crow drops a secret notification in his mailbox.
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.
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.
What to do in case of Ransomware attack? A Symantec’s report suggested that a modest Ransomware, or Cryptolocker, earned more than US$ 300,000 a month. A previous version of the Ransomware earned more than US$ 27 million. Most of these software authors create a chain of ‘Sales Professionals’ to further their reach.
Remember the viral video of Travis Kalanick from earlier this year where he is berating an Uber driver to take ownership of his own problem. Well we all know that video as the start of the derailment of Uber’s public relations. It’s easy to now imagine the company as being self-centered and culturally egoistic.