The bottom line for every business is to satisfy the needs of buyers, which involves several factors, such as customer experience, appropriate support system, quick delivery, and advanced services.
While different organizations may measure on-time delivery differently, it can be defined as the number of shipments delivered on time to the customer with respect to the total number of orders shipped. And if this number happens to be low, it can signify potential issues in your supply chain that must be addressed to improve the overall efficiency of your processes, as well as the user experience.
The key to effective delivery planning is to simplify your supply chain by removing unnecessary links thereby optimizing costs and improving efficiency. A small investment in supply chain technology can go a long way towards building your brand reputation and long-term customer loyalty.