LogiNext Year 2022 in Review

LogiNext 2022: The Year In Review- New Partnerships, Awards, Events, and More!

2022 has been a kind and memorable year in many ways. The industry was back to running at its usual efficiency. Though the global supply chain was crippled by COVID-19 and the geopolitical war at the start of the year, it ended on a brighter note. At LogiNext, we were back in offices and the team bonding experience led to much greater success. Our Saas-based delivery management platform grew in leads and bonds and had some of its record-breaking stats to showcase our hard work and the belief our customers show in handling their delivery requirements.

 

January- The year started with LogiNext being mentioned in the market guide for Vehicle routing and scheduling and last mile technologies. Read the article here. Also, check our list of 30+ feature videos to help manage your logistics and supply chain hurdles, click here.

 

 

 

February- A brilliant start to the month with LogiNext’s CEO being on the cover of Entrepreneur India of 35 Under 35. Entrepreneur honors the leaders who have gone against the norms to establish themselves through belief in what they and their brand brings to the market. Check out the post here.

 

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March- We secured a big win in Malta, with a partnership with Malta Post. They are the leading national postal operation, with operations covering every address on the island. LogiNext’s partnership with Malta Post helped them transform digitally and enhance the end customer experience. Read more here.

 

Malta Post ties up with LogiNext

 

We also attended events- Last Mile ASEAN and a Supply Chain Executive round table conference in Thailand and Singapore. Check out the photos here.

 

April- They say all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy! LogiNext employees were up to the task of a competitive cricket tournament. Teams were prepared based on an auction format, with 4 team captains given a fixed budget to prepare their team. The entire team had a great evening with competitive matches played throughout the tournament.

 

May- LogiNext gets the Frost and Sullivan Award- We are proud to be awarded as a North American leader in delivering exceptional customer value in the automated delivery management platform industry. As customer need for same-day deliveries and real-time delivery communication is on the rise; Norazah Bachok, Best Practices Research Analyst at Frost & Sullivan, writes:

 

“LogiNext’s SaaS-based cloud platform enables shippers, carriers, and dispatchers to collaborate on a unified platform and achieve business goals. LogiNext’s innovative technology helps companies make better automation decisions and configure logistics management tools according to their needs and deliver a great customer experience.”

 

LogiNext Receives Frost & Sullivan’s 2022 North America Customer Value Leadership Award

 

Seamless Middle East was another event that we were a part of. Check out photos from the event by clicking here.

 

June- Sustainable deliveries were one of the biggest trends in the logistics and supply chain industry in 2022. For this, LogiNext came up with its unique carbon footprint calculator. Our calculator just needed the number of vehicles (in the fleet) and the average distance traveled (in miles). The results displayed were based on the annual distance traveled and how much LogiNext can help reduce GHG emissions. Loginext’s transportation automation platform is used by 200+ enterprises in 50+ countries with an overall reduction of GHG emissions by 20% Check out our awesome GHG calculator here.

 

We attended back-to-back events in the US, with LogiNext being present at the Reuters Supply Chain Execution USA 2022 and Gartner Supply Chain Symposium/ XPO 2022, view photos here. Also, don’t miss out on our CEO, Dhruvil Sanghvi talking out the top trends in the last mile during Reuters Supply Chain Execution here.

 

July- Ensuring a smooth big and bulky delivery experience: IKEA partners with LogiNext. LogiNext helped IKEA with digital transformation using data analytics on the reports generated. This helped IKEA take informed decisions on working and handling client requests.

 

 

LogiNext was again mentioned as a sample vendor in the Gartner Hype Cycle For Supply Chain Execution Technologies. Some of the key focus areas of the symposium included Autonomous Supply Chain, CSR (Sustainability), Customer Experience, Last Mile Orchestration, Logistics and Distribution, Supply Chain Digitization, and Visibility.

 

August- Carrier Integration Marketplace Launch: LogiNext onboarded GrabExpress on its carrier integration marketplace. This one-of-a-kind partnership will now enable McDonald’s to automatically send delivery orders placed via its McDelivery app and web portal to the GrabExpress platform, to be delivered via a GrabExpress delivery rider. This will help brands integrate delivery operations with the best delivery partners across the industry.

 

Also, don’t forget to read our top memes on logistics and supply chain management. Click here.

 

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September- Heroes of Delivery – MCD Labuan award: Complete Automation of any store is a dream for many; however, LogiNext has made it a reality in one of McDonald’s stores. This McD store was able to achieve more than 99% of the store operations. At LogiNext, we’re working relentlessly to build the best delivery automation platform for our clients so that they can focus on their core business and we fulfill all their delivery automation and digital experience requirements. Book a demo now!

 

'Heroes of Home Delivery' by LogiNext

 

October- We marked yet another successful event with Home Delivery World (HDW) and Parcel Forum (PF). Check out the photos from HDW and PF here.

 

Senior Editor, Russel W. Goodman from SupplyChainBrain caught up with Dinesh Dixit, VP of Account Excellence, LogiNext discussing the importance of automation for home deliveries. Catch the complete interview here.

 

Also don’t miss out on our viral Dimitri post where he speaks about problems he faces during deliveries.

 

November- Product team meets clients: For any product to grow, it’s important to understand what the client expects from the product. Keeping this in mind, our product team went down to the root cause to understand client requirements, understand how they are using the product and what they can improve upon. Here are some photos from their recent trip to the APAC region.

 

December- Time to Unwind at Camp Max. LogiNext invited all of its employees (across the globe) to its Mumbai office to have a fun week. To end the week, we had a great camping experience at Camp Max. This helped everyone in the organization get refueled and deliver our best for the upcoming year.

 

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Well, we could not have ended this blog on a better note than analyzing the magic of Messi. Here’s another trending post that describes Messi’s magical assist during the world cup.

 

This is the final one, LogiNext Wrapped. Share your love for the post!

 

 

 

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