One of the challenges we notice logistic partners are facing today is unorganised data. Many teams and technologies depend on each other and the data they generate. The amount of data generated increases everyday, and so does the inability to keep oversight and get valuable insights.
This full view of the supply chain is also valuable for customer service. Customer expectations are reaching an all-time high, expecting a fast delivery they can track. Being able to provide clear tracking of delivery betters customer retention.
Transport must be efficient. Such as solving the problem of non-loaded trucks that amount to wasted time and fuel, which generates lost revenue and a bigger ecological footprint. Real-time tracking identifies these empty transport miles.
Efficiency is to keep moving, any disruption of the supply chain hurts margins. Traffic jams, technical problems and other unforeseen issues cause significant losses. The application of real-time data eases these problems, thanks to immediate reports and AI predictions, allowing faster problem-solving decisions.