Today’s fast paced world means everything we order online on e-commerce websites arrives at our doorstep within days. We are so accustomed to it that we expect that our packages can always be tracked and we like our delivery to be customized according to our requirements. Behind the scenes, the whole process is not as simple and involves multiple steps.
This is where delivery management software steps in and streamlines the process of picking up, processing and delivering packages. For the sender as well as the receivers, the time between the package being sent and received is crucial. Delivery management software is not only used for tracking packages form e-commerce websites, but also for tracking big shipments that have been imported or exported.
Singapore! Lavishness and sophisticated lifestyle occupies the first place when one come across it. It boasts world-class infrastructure with highest disposable income in the region. Singapore has a stable economy, with astonishing internet and smartphone penetration and a strategic position smack amidst the developing countries.
An interesting survey done on Singaporeans shows that they are shopaholics online and offline. A recent study shows that at least 26% of Singaporeans shop online at least once a week. And also about 50% would do all shopping online.
Ever landed up at your customer’s house to deliver despite being told that s/he will be unavailable? How many times have you been dumbfounded when asked by a customer ‘how far is the delivery person?’ Have you picked-up the returned goods the following day even though your runners were in the vicinity? Clueless about your fulfillment status?
Having a distributed field workforce? Worried on how to schedule your workforce efficiently and maximize your productivity ? Know how well you can schedule your workforce based on the availability of the workforce and workload. Understand different ways of scheduling and choose the one best fits you based on your workflow.
How Schedule & Dispatch work with FarEye?
You can easily create a job, push customer information and set the priority. Once it is done., push the job on to the mobile phones of the field workforce. FarEye offers four scheduling options which helps you to optimize the resources available based on jobs, availability of resources, proximity of the location and the field executives with intelligent automation. Now you can choose your business process based on your workflow and achieve unprecedented level of efficiency and quality.
South East Asia have become attractive for the logistics with the rise of ecommerce. With the world’s third largest population and with growing internet connectivity South East is catching the eyes of the investors and lots of other players.
With the penetration of Mobile Internet and the rise of ecommerce being the turning point for this trend, the ecommerce and logistics players should focus on investing time and strengthening the last mile delivery operations. To understand what drives the Logistics in South East Asia we at FarEye, did a small case study with the Logistics giant Acommerce.
Openswan is an IPsec implementation for Linux. There are many documents and tutorial floating around the web but none of them are complete. We have mentioned all the steps which we did to establish the tunnel.
We have also included the DON'Ts in this article which you may find on the web, but will only consume un-necessary time.
In our #HappyCustomers Series., we bring to you the success story of Bajaj Capital who deployed Mobility Solution for their sales executives. With the changing consumer demands and the rising cost of operations, Financial institutions are investing in technology and reaping the benefits of mobility solutions. A configurable mobile application helps in streamlining the field operations, save information on the field and identifying new customers.
We happened to have a word Mr. Rachit Mongia, Executive Vice President at Bajaj Capital Insurance Broking Limited & Mr. Jolly Asija, Vice President-Customer Services. Here is the gist of our conversation we had with them.
Last Mile Delivery challenges deal with information & delay on one hand and huge data loss on the other hand. In today’s world it is important to gain a cutting edge over the competitors. To have a deeper understanding of the operations and the analytical needs of service organisations it is important to know and answer your needs on a day-to-day basis, as well as on a long-term strategic level.
The Last Mile Delivery industry has been facing a plethora of challenges over the years. With the rising ecommerce and industry becoming very competitive, Logistics players adapting to the new technologies to curb the challenges. Delivery Management have become crucial for Logistics players nowadays. We managed to have a word with Mr. Jaideep Singh, from Ecom Express about the challenges faced by them, and how they are catering the customer needs with superior customer experience.
Field Service organizations have to deal with a huge number of customer requests that are spread across various geographies. With companies focusing more on brand –building and better service delivery it is very important for service organizations to improve their operations and increase the quality of service. Adding to it is the rise of competition in the market, resulting in multiple options in front of the customer. To retain the customer and to increase the customer base, enterprises should strategize and implement for a better field service management.