We saw last mile delivery being used as the key input in all omnichannel strategies. We saw localization in distribution strategies centered around making last mile delivery more effective. We also saw machine learning being implemented successfully in logistics and field workforce planning. These trends would be the greatest influencers in 2018 for logistics and field workforce management.
Amazon opened its first brick and mortar retail store in Seattle, Washington, United States. The novelty of this store is that customers can just pick up whatever they want and just walk out of the store. Amazon would just charge the price of the items taken to their Amazon account. They call it the ‘Just Walk Out’ technology. Would it become a game-changer or disruptor in retail?
Here we are in conversation with Mr. Alok Gautam, the Country Logistics Leader at Dow Chemicals. He is an industry veteran with more than two decades of experience in the Chemicals and Oil & Gas industry. He is celebrated as a change maker and a man of keen intellect driving transformations across the industry.
Tech evolution must always be around a purpose. The purpose of the upgrades mentioned here, and many more that are regularly communicated to the clients through mailers, is singular. To optimize resource movement with a view to reduce operations costs and improve overall process efficiency.
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Along the heavily one-sided debate around Net Neutrality, we are once again amid the new age retail tradition of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Consumerism has driven multiple shopping trends in the past decade. This has become a lifestyle with the entire generations falling under this craze.
Your optimization and planning for logistics management and last mile deliveries are set to become much simpler. Here, LogiNext presents some of the best features released this month. Take your pick and find out which one applies best to your specific industry and market use cases. LogiNext’s feature release package has you covered. Here is you each feature would help you better your business.
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.
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?
Consider the transportation industry. Transportation is no longer a support function, it is a necessity. The past year saw the highest amount of vehicle sales in most developed nations. The United States had more than 17.5 million car sales in 2016. Consumer movement is catching up with logistics transportation in some places and outperforming them in other places.