Industry 4.0 has been driving manufacturing firms to rapidly leverage disruptive technologies like machine learning, predictive intelligence, automation, data analytics and IoT in their core supply chain and logistics processes. This, in turn, is driving new trends in the supply chain and logistics industry.
Old methods of running supply chain and logistics operations have inherent limitations when it comes to providing end-to-end visibility. Reason? These methods are driven by out-dated technologies. They surely did well at their prime, but with evolving business demands and changing customer expectations, they simply don’t make the cut.
A route planning software powered by technologies like machine learning, IoT, analytics, etc. can help any business, across verticals reduces operational costs, scales delivery operations, shrinks carbon footprint and do much more.
Route efficiency reduces fuel costs, improves driver productivity, minimizes risks, cuts delays, boosts customer experience and makes every delivery profitable.
A delivery route planning software can automatically calculate the best route for deliveries and streamline your workflow efficiently. However, you can get even more out of your delivery planning with the following tips.
Innovative IoT solutions are also powering automatic monitoring of cargo, smart driver management, theft prevention, and dynamic route planning. Hence, leveraging IoT businesses can optimize logistics processes to ensure faster and cost-effective deliveries.