LogiNext is a global technology and autoamtion company providing a SaaS platform to enterprises to digitize and optimize their logistics operations and provide a delightful end customer experience. With 200+ enterprise clients in 50+ countries, the global tech firm has made a mark in the field of modern logistic technology and in this post, we come up with the definitive glossary for the several terms used in Logistics Technology parlance.
The Big List of Logistics and Supply Chain FAQs Logistics and supply chain is a massive subject! Right from inventory management to delivery automation to demand forecasting, there are tons of subjects. And it is almost humanly impossible for one person to keep track of all. In this article, we intend to populate a list […]
Insights From DHL’s Focus on Tech And Innovation #LogiNextInsights This article is a part of the #LogiNextInsights series where we bring to you insights on the secret sauce behind the world’s major brands! Frank Appel, CEO DHL believes it’s important to digitize to take DHL’s logistics operations to the next level. DHL plans to spend […]
We’re thrilled to announce that LogiNext Mile has been named a category leader for the route planning software category by GetApp, a Gartner Company. GetApp is the recommendation engine for SMBs and enterprises to make the right software choice. Category Leaders rankings highlight top-ranked North American software products.
The client was one of the largest online home goods retailer in North America with more than 60 million active online users, 10 million hosted products, and 20,000 suppliers. LogiNext optimized their entire logistics movement with optimized carrier handling and high customer (delivery) experience.
As technology becomes deeply ingrained in the business operations, cloud-based tools lead the charge toward a new and improved fleet management landscape. From automation to IoT to in-fleet GPS tools, technology is the secret sauce to help fleet managers achieve goals across their organization.
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.
Retail, as we grown to recognize it, might not exist in the near future. This isn’t another retail doom warning. On the contrary, it’s about how the retail and e-commerce space is fast evolving. These players must give convenience wrapped in a neat delivery experience.
Tech investment is not something you just write-off in your balance sheet, it’s about building for the future. With on-premise servers, even though the cost diminishes over time, their outdatedness increases. What’s the point of owning a cost-effective system which was relevant three years ago?