To help reduce work inefficiencies, these logistic systems solutions come with features such as route-optimisation, real-time updates on inventory, auto assessment on tax implications – all with the goal of helping businesses make informed decisions on their distributions and delivery procedures.
Having an additional layer of logic – supported by an app for logistics management – helps serve businesses with better decision-making processes for executing delivery, by systemising the procurement between countries or departments.
The Integrated Logistic Platform helps automate the stock order processes, making more objective decisions in executing delivery or procurement between countries or departments.
The logistic management application checks for stock availability from different warehouses against logistic providers to fulfil orders. It also reports shipped orders to help maintain pre-determined inventory levels.
Purchase order and shipping order data can be seamlessly transferred and updated between disparate systems, preventing missed or duplicate orders. CRM and ERP software – such as Salesforce, Oracle SAP, Microsoft Dynamics – are integrated into the logistics management software application, allowing automatic synchronization and seamless workflow across all departments.
The logistics management software also considers complex tax implications and helps ensure regulatory compliance for efficient processing.
A real-time, automated order processing system allows warehouses to easily update and track all orders from other warehouses around the world.
Invoices, delivery notes, packing slips and custom reports can be generated instantly and print-ready, ensuring an efficient and cost-effective delivery process.
Generated necessary materials for printing purposes – such as shipping labels, tax forms, customs forms, packing lists, delivery orders, transfer requests.
Automatic follow-up messages can be sent periodically to relevant departments.