Optimum Logistics Lifecycle Automation
Redefining Logistics Automation for an Industry Leader
The Context :
One of the largest entities with operations spread across continents have automated their negotiation lifecycle by utilizing the logistics framework optimization tools from Lynkersoft- Logbids.
The Challenge :
The transport operations of the organization have been process independent and lacked transparency for audit readiness and promoters’ MIS.
The Solution :
It has been a game changer for the enterprise in terms of empanelling the transport service providers and mapping effective last mile engagements in the lifecycle of its logistics practice. The company, through its effective association with Lynkersoft has managed to optimally reduce its requisition to transit times by means of segment authentication and functioning through optimum transparency with empanelled vendors.
In the due course of the engagement, the company has been effectively managing its core operations through operations in contract whilst mitigating redundant quotation tallying by means of ad-hoc quotations. The insight to this practice has ensured that the enterprise in its course of growth has managed to minimize its transportation cost by upto 12% in a span of 2 quarters and at the same time has access to promoter MIS tools to ensure optimum transparency is met at the ground level.
In the process of handover, we had witnessed that the organization has been exposed to the ongoing challenges of the organization that it faced in its operations and through detailed process interventions, mitigated it by means of process interventions managed at grass root level. Optimally, the organization has also managed to undertake certain activities beyond its standard engagement channel with its transporters to better engage in the functioning and to reduce standard times for the conversion life-cycle.
Next, we engaged in the managed lifecycle automation of the service wherein the organization facilitated deployed resource allocation for the cause of managed service allocation for enhancing last mile connection output from the transporter to engage with better outputs and neo-synchronized channels for maximizing its participation of external stakeholders in the process of system driven intervention.
The Output :
The company engaged in last mile connections with its service providers and, at the same time induced savings of approximately 12% in its billing cycle. Atop this, there has been a clear indication of automation parameters working effectively to reduce redundant efforts whilst introducing rapid payback time and transparency for the organization.