Logistics 4.0: It is based on having flexible software, platforms, and equipment to improve supply and response times. With the digitization of business, productivity and automation are enhanced because processes are interconnected.
Specialized Talent: Trained and specialized personnel offer a better service and also enable business growth and process continuity.
Omnichannel: It requires a system that provides complete control and visibility of the fleet. In this way, each channel can be managed to operate with the same quality and service. A platform that is robust yet intuitive is what will determine the level of optimization that can be achieved.
Mobility: The implementation of Home Office or remote workers within logistics is complicated but necessary. Empowering administrative staff with the required systems, information and communication can make this possible.
Big Data: The power of data collection and information analysis. Technological integrations, in addition to collecting and unifying data, must be able to make decisions regarding fleet monitoring and optimization on a second-by-second basis.