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This article underscores the significance of incorporating last-mile delivery software solutions within the logistics sector. Understand the challenges in last mile delivery and learn where the future is headed.
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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.
The top challenges, especially for CPG companies, are lack of proper delivery movement visibility, lack of control of actual on-ground logistics, delayed reaction time if anything goes wrong on-ground, over or under-utilized truck capacities, inaccurate estimated time of arrivals (ETAs), etc. LogiNext can help overcome all these and more.
Tech adoption and change management go hand in hand. You may invest billions in the latest tech, but if your people aren’t using it properly and getting the most benefit out of it, you would never see the full extent of benefits. How to avoid this? Train your folks in the best way of doing things.
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.
Enterprise mobility solutions are unlocking a new phase of benefits with respect to resource movement efficiency. With multiple industries and markets getting more and more focused on consumerism while finding new and better ways to satisfying the increasing global retail and e-commerce demand.
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.