The logistics industry is highly competitive and suffers from its share of challenges. The popularity of eCommerce and high customer demand have compelled logistics companies to seek effective means of management.
In any industry, good decisions mean good business. The quality of these decisions and their implementation is what drives the business success. One wrong decision can affect the entire company. Detailed and current information is required for understanding the “big picture” and making choices that impact your financing and progress. Lack of critical information can affect even the micro-decisions such as the assigning of resources on current outstanding orders.
How does information flow through your system? Orders are being accepted, processed and executed all the while fresh orders flow in. Invoices are generated, payments are transferred from clients to the company and then among contractors, operators, drivers and so on.