Here are the top 3 things that’ll stay strong in 2019, shape how logistics is handled, and business is conducted across the globe. With the best delivery route planning software, logistics management would be more streamlined than ever before.
Tech investment is not something you just write-off in your balance sheet, it’s about building for the future. With on-premise servers, even though the cost diminishes over time, their outdatedness increases. What’s the point of owning a cost-effective system which was relevant three years ago?
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.
With the technological evolution in last mile delivery tracking and on-demand delivery management, companies are utilizing logistics optimization and machine learning backed technology to gain a competitive edge with their target markets. The customer is educated in the art of handling technology and knows exactly how technology would benefit delivery experience. Companies must not just respect these expectations, but also strive to exceed them at every chance they get.
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”
Internet-connected trackers use long-range networks or Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) to let companies track specific items throughout their delivery journeys by which estimated time of arrival for the shipment can be predicted.
A logistics management software works toward ensuring greater control for the managers over daily ‘logistics solutions’ scenarios. There is still some way to go to achieve total visibility. Here are some product wishes that all Chief Supply Chain Officers would factor in their resolutions.
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In highly unorganized markets (for e.g. the logistics sector in the Asian Market) it becomes even more difficult to introduce technology solutions that would not only ease the workload on employees but also introduce some semblance of organizational workflow into a haphazard operational process.