How can retail brands give a great on demand delivery experience? #HomeDeliveryAsia Last Mile Deliveries is an intense topic of discussion around the globe post the pandemic. With consumer behavior drastically moving towards on demand delivery, QSR chains and eCommerce firms are upping their delivery management to stay relevant and thrive. LogiNext is a […]
We’re thrilled to announce that LogiNext Mile has been named a category leader for the route planning software category by GetApp, a Gartner Company. GetApp is the recommendation engine for SMBs and enterprises to make the right software choice. Category Leaders rankings highlight top-ranked North American software products.
3 ways in which logistics technology is improving retail and eCommerce The age of ultra-fast deliveries is here. A revolution started by a fresh wave of technology startups, ultra-fast deliveries means delivery fulfillment within 15 or 10 minutes of placing an order. Getir, a Turkish startup that probably was the first one to come […]
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are buzz words in the world logistics technology these days but what do they really mean? How is technology being utilized for logistics management, delivery route planning, fleet management, providing real time visibility and other such aspects in the global supply chain? In this video, CEO of UpTech report, Alexander Ferguson got in conversation with LogiNext’s Global VP.
Last Mile Deliveries and Route Optimization: The Complete Guide Last mile delivery is the final step of a product’s movement from a warehouse or inventory to the customer’s doorstep. Even before ecommerce was widely popular, last mile delivery was an integral part of the logistics operations in numerous businesses. Especially in supply chain management, the […]
Route planning is a critical element of any logistics operations. With the new normal in 2021, enterprises across the spectrum are making supply chain a priority and digitising backend, improving operations excellence.
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.
Amazon’s prime day upped the utilization of their fulfillment centers by over 25%. They have made their logistics leg into a powerhouse which they keep leveraging to get ahead of the competition. O one hand they are losing money and on the other, they are continuously building value, much more than any other company. What’s the key here?
According to the American Trucking Associations, freight tonnage hauled by trucks would increase by 27% (between 2016 and 2027). With global retail sales to touch $27 trillion by 2020, it just adds to the problems of high volume and restricted resources. Most of these companies would win or lose based on how they optimize their last mile deliveries.
We have seen the Walmart acquiring Jet, Bonobos, Modcloth, and Shoebuy while planning to set up around 1000 pickup locations for online grocery shoppers. Racing Walmart to the front is Amazon with its grand acquisition of Wholefoods to enable faster deliveries with multiple pickup options.