According to a study, only 6 percent of companies are successfully able to achieve supply chain visibility, and this is not surprising because 70 percent of businesses describe their supply chain as “extremely complex.”
Delivery management softwares that are based on artificial intelligence and machine learning enable not just visibility but predictability in the processes as well.
Proper delivery planning includes chalking out the most efficient route to ensure quick deliveries. Using real-time tracking and tracing, businesses can eliminate unprecedented delays, unnecessary diversions, and vehicle idle time, resulting in a drastic decrease in delivery time.
The state of delivery logistics in 2019 - What are the key trends shaping delivery logistics & how they are changing the game.
Customer experience will soon take over price and product as the key brand differentiator. And to deliver remarkable customer experience, supply chain and logistics organizations need to make data-driven decisions on the fly, boost productivity of delivery fleet, ensure 100 percent transparent delivery processes and more. To achieve these goals it’s imperative for businesses a robust last mile delivery software. Here’s why.
To optimize delivery, a last mile delivery software should be able to add events, sub-processes, and gateways on the fly. It should be flexible enough to adapt to changing delivery needs as well.