Digital warehouse logistics client portal

Digital solutions for logistics 4.o


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Digital warehouse logistics & Customer Portal software

Digital logistics platform for customer service – The world has changed a lot in the last few months. Transformation, which usually happens in a decade, accelerated in a span of 3 months for the new normal.  Here are a few e-commerce warehouses incorporated business solutions that can be implemented in your logistics company. Advance and Invoice payments Integrating with payment systems like M-Pesa, Razorpay, etc., the e-commerce portal system allows your customers to make advance payments against transportation orders and against pending invoices.

Showcase your logistics rental equipment

Transportation and logistics company owners who also run the rental business can showcase their rental equipment through the portal. Status of machine availability, day/hour-based pricing calculations, equipment utilization measures, and provisions for extending rental periods can be configured and communicated through the portal. 

Initiate the sale of scrap or old business assets

There are provisions in the logistics portal to initiate the sale of scrap and old assets like old trucks, tires, fuel, and so on. The solution can also offer an online tendering option at a later stage.

Digital warehouse space booking & tracking

Digital logistics – Your customers can track the warehouse slots available for storage, book the storage spaces, and initiate advance payments. Integrated with Logistics client portal, the portal also helps to monitor the positioning and environmental conditions of products stored. Interconnected operations with third parties.

Digital warehouse & client portal 

The logistics client portal allows for smooth interconnected operations with all the stakeholders like customers, partners, and third parties. The system allows for seamless integration with logistic ERP systems without any hindrance to current systems.

Digital warehouse logistics operations

In the supply chain logistics sector, one of the main challenges is the digitization of the supply chain in order to optimize time, tasks, and investments. In fact, longer distances, shorter lead times, lack of clarity in goods tracking, and fluctuating quantities depending on the period, are forcing surface logistics companies to take the shift to logistics 4.0.

However, as this sector is complex because of its numerous actors (producers-platforms-carriers, etc.), some being in the semi and informal sectors, it is not always easy for logistics companies to know where to start: IOT? Artificial intelligence? Drop-shipping? Digital Twin, etc.

Digital logistics platform for warehouse operations

In this article, we focus on intelligent connected objects and the positive impact they can have on the supply chain logistics industries globally. Optimizing the flow of high-value goods, asset tracking, and anti-theft equipment, discover how Warehouse asset inventory management and solutions transform logistics supply chain industries through examples of digitalization.

Customer self service in digital logistics Industry 4.0

For logistics companies, the tracking of high-value goods is a real challenge to know where in the chain the goods are, from their departure from the manufacturing, until delivery to the end customer. For many years, logistics companies have been using Bluetooth tag systems or barcodes, but these technologies need a lot of manual operations. The latter can, therefore, be the cause of shipping delays or errors, not allowing 100% optimization of the time and tasks of the workers.

With Logistics 4,0, however, it is now possible to track inventory goods and production pallets thanks to wireless communication technologies such as RFID solutions. 

Our warehouse management solutions can be offered by logistics companies as a value add to your customers in distribution, manufacturing, etc, whereby the single window logistics services approach could become your competitive advantage.

These digital logistics platform solutions with wireless communication protocols have detection ranges of up to several hundred meters for warehouse inventory tags, forklift tracking, and worker safety enforcement in hundreds of square meters.

A leading auto manufacturer, for example, has set up a tracking solution for goods (spare parts) based on technological advances including range, battery life, waterproofing, etc. Corridors are equipped with long-range active readers and spare parts are equipped with Bluetooth tags with 10-year battery life.

The pallet trucks are equipped with Bluetooth readers and allow them to know in real-time the position of each pallet truck and the parts taken into account, transported, or deposited. This technology makes it possible to optimize the logistics corridors and thus save the handlers time.

Indoor positioning & asset tracking 

Today, several wireless technologies meet this need for indoor locations such as BLE Mesh technology. This can be deployed easily without wiring and ensuring a location accuracy of 5 and 10 meters which is enough to locate logistics equipment.

This unique wireless communication technology allows connected objects to communicate with each other and to put back raw data of positions and movements indoors using a gateway (Dell Edge 3000 as an example), which are then transformed into indoor GPS data using our cloud-enabled inventory tracking tool.

Thanks to this one, it is possible to know in real-time where the different production inventory is positioned, but also to follow their course inside the site. It makes it possible to know their rack position, to ensure reduced time to locate and thus to reduce investments related to the stocking of product inventory. 

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