Logistics Segments We Serve
- Fleet management
- Supply chain operations
- Warehouse management
- Cargo management
- Manpower management
- Transportation management
- Stock management
- Accounting & finance
- Risk management
- Trade management
- Inbound and outbound transportation
- Streamline inbound and outbound transportation
- Simplify planning, booking, and ordering of shipments
- Freight tracking
- Delivery forecast
- Lane pairing
- Asset tracking and management
- Third-party logistics service anagement
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Challenges Affecting the Logistics Sector
In a complex industry like logistics, where regular operations comprises varied and widely scattered tasks, keeping a real-time visibility and tracking on inventory turns hectic. Inability in efficiently managing inventory not just strains the business sales, but also affects customer experiences.
A logistics company’s overall budget is highly reflected by the transportation costs. Changing fuel prices, taxes, shipping fares, tolls, and cross-border transit fares play significant roles in fabricating transportation issues in logistics.
The constant growth in the Logistics and Transportation market is demanding an increased need for smarter, faster and highly skilled manpower. However, rising labor costs and additional investment of manpower management remains a challenge for the industry.
Customer being the king of every business makes it imperative even for the logistics companies to deliver enhanced user experiences, despite a complex business structure. Offering segmented services and maintaining a steady trust with customers often proves challenging for logistics.
How We Help Our Customers
Streamlined Warehouse Management System
Manpower Management System
Intelligent Technologies for Reduced Costs
Empowering Data for Improved Customer Experience
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Fingent’s project team demonstrated passion and commitment throughout the dev cycle and it was very evident in their work.
They’re an honest company to deal with … they were always fair and reasonable.
Logistics software helps manage the innumerable processes governing product and information flow from receiving requests to processing and finally dispatching the product to end customers. From gaining more visibility into the workflows to real-time tracking of fleet and materials, leveraging a logistic solution enables better organizational control, allowing you to expedite the delivery process without compromising on quality and customer satisfaction.
The difference is plain. Procurement is all about the systematic purchasing or sourcing of goods, services or works from external sources that are required for a company’s business process. Logistics, on the other hand, deals with planning, processing and transporting these goods (raw materials or finished products) effectively and efficiently into the hands of the customer/client.
Supply chain management is being influenced by numerous trends that strives to maximize efficiency and reduce costs such as the emergence of new technologies (IoT, AR, AI, wearables, delivery-drones, robotic automation), changing customer experiences and channels, increasing digitization, data-driven decision making, emphasis on supply chain visibility, and a focus on stronger collaboration with suppliers to name a few.
Both supply chain management and ERP are closely interrelated. Integrating an ERP system into your supply chain process aggregates all your company data related to sales, finances or other processes centrally that streamlines monitoring and management of processes. From facilitating better cross-platform visibility in the procurement process to the systematic organization of information in the inventory and other modules, an ERP system expands the scope and capabilities of your current supply chain management efforts.
Technology can help simplify and optimize the entire supply chain process. From acquiring data more accurately to managing and tracking them in real-time, tech-based solutions usher better transparency and accountability across both the product and information flow in the supply chain. Improved shareability of information facilitated by real-time transfer, ensures all stakeholders are kept in the loop at all times, which can foster more collaboration in between. Besides, technology can speed up the delivery process and keep the customers informed throughout, which helps sustain higher customer satisfaction levels.