This article is a comprehensive guide to help you navigate the food and beverage supply chain landscape. From demand fluctuations to the importance of trust, we’ve listed the ten key pointers to help you stay ahead of the curve. Don’t miss out on this amazing guide!
Middle Mile Logistics: The Connecting Link For End-to-End Logistics When one starts talking about logistics, they either focus on getting the item picked up from a location (called first mile or primary mile delivery) or the drop-off point (last mile delivery). However, in between these two legs comes the middle mile. The middle mile […]
This blog entails what a fleet management system is & how it helps automate logistics operations by offering end-to-end visibility & performance data insights.
Challenges that Food Delivery Software can solve for your fast food chain Incorporating technology into a business has become the need for the hour! Whether you have a traditional restaurant, Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) chain, or a dark kitchen, delivering a great customer experience remains a fundamental need. The pandemic has led to a rise […]
How to Handle last mile delivery? In House Fleet v/s Outsourced Fleet Delivery management has become absolutely crucial for a brand to give a great last mile delivery experience. While tackling this situation, a million-dollar question every firm needs to ask before is whether a company should outsource deliveries or have an in-house fleet? What is […]
Tech is driving industries faster and faster. CAGR is keenly watched everywhere. Such tech needs leaders, and LogiNext has claimed its place, time and again, at the top of the chain.
Retail and e-commerce are moving fast and merging along the line into a singular platform. What is driving this behavior for these mega-entities? What is the one factor which is bringing all of retail and e-commerce onto one platform?
The Southeast Asian region would grow at 32% CAGR, reaching about $88 billion by 2025, Indian shores have taken up e-commerce strongly. Here, the market is slated to reach $64 billion by 2020, $200 billion by 2026, and surpass the U.S market by 2034
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.
With technology, innovation is always around the corner. Some more than others. We have all seen the hikes in interest and following for tech innovations to have them fizzle out. We are at the start of such an upswing. Take a step further back, and you will get to the topic, Blockchain.