eCommerce has accelerated by atleast 5 years in the times after the pandemic struck. Companies like Walmart adopted technology quickly to leverage on their experience and grow rapidly in eCommerce. If you’re a growing retail chain looking to infuse technology in your business, this post is for you.
LogiNext, a global SaaS company optimizing and automating the world of transportation and e-commerce logistics, today announced a milestone partnership with Daraz, a leading shopping-commerce platform owned by Alibaba Group. This partnership involved rolling out the LogiNext Mile platform over which Daraz has optimised and automated millions of orders over the past four years resulting in Asia’s largest eCommerce carrier network.
What’s with same-day or next-day deliveries? Well if haven’t forgotten important dates such as Valentine’s, Black Friday, or Thanksgiving, you won’t much appreciate the urgency of fast deliveries to save face. All’s well that ends well, and that’s why the right logistics technology, especially the last mile, is critical for flash events.
At the pace of current development, machine learning enabled delivery route optimization is the key to sustaining your brand to be consistently relevant for the upcoming future. To ensure that five years down the line you down get sidelined, get the right tech now.
Why advanced delivery route planning is great for the global economy? Customers want fast deliveries. Companies want to deliver shipments faster and more efficiently using more resources at lower costs. They also want to become more reactive and agile in their delivery movement. These industries are becoming more customer-centric which is good for the economy. […]
The current path of logistics optimization demands a keen interest of the CIO, and this article is directed to bring them up-to-date with the benchmarks they should look for, paving the way for better business opportunities.
With LogiNext, high-end machine learning enabled logistics optimization rounds off at the end with human-driven achievements. In the world of fast-moving deliveries, this balance creates a sustainable and scalable model of efficiency.
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?
Companies can compete by making a better product. But it’s no longer enough. The company also must create a great delivery experience for the customer. Proper logistics movement optimization is key, not just to ensure quick and on-time deliveries, but also to boost customer satisfaction and retention.