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The logistics industry is feeling the presence of new technology. Driver-less vehicles, drone-led deliveries, robot pickers, last mile delivery solutions and talk of competitor collaboration to drive standardisation in the market are all showing the logistics industry what change, and more specifically, technology, can do to improve operational capacity, efficiency and profitability.
New game-changing technologies, greater collaboration and continually evolving consumer behaviours are permanent fixtures of the modern logistics landscape. Digital transformation is imperative for the survival of the logistics sector – without it, organisations will fail to offer the efficiency, transparency and innovation needed to compete.
Data analytics, the internet of everything, automation and blockchain all promise to revolutionise the way transport and logistics operate and make it possible to deliver a better service at a lower cost. Being digitally fit is the key to greater innovation, profitability and longevity!
New technology has the power to create a digitally integrated value chain. Download our whitepaper and read more about how you can Rethink your Supply Chain and tackle the technology challenges facing logistics.
Utilise the power of data collected by the organisation to improve decision making.
Digitalised workflows, cloud and collaboration tools lead to better working relationships from greater efficiency and communications.
Business operations always remain compliant and active, and important company data is less vulnerable to external threats.
Operations remain active, with less downtime and inconvenience that could lead to a drop in productivity.
Operations scale to suit different requirements, meeting changing demands with agility and purpose.
Fluid workstyles allow employees to access data and continue working securely from anywhere at any time.
Output increases from being able to work wherever employees are based in a more fluid and efficient manner.
Increased efficiency, by reducing an organization’s physical footprint and wastage.
Leaner work processes improve profitability and eliminate the need for capital expenditures.
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