The COVID-19 pandemic has massively driven people and businesses to digitalization and digital platforms as they try to cope with the disruptions the outbreak causes in lives and business operations. Due to the rapid changes facing so many companies today, digital transformation is now one of the priorities in preparing for the new normal.
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In a webinar from E-marketer, one of the speakers talked about how the coronavirus pandemic has forced many SMB to digital transformations, whether they were ready for it or not. Before the Covid-19 crisis, 49% of SMBs had not begun their digital transformations. Now, many are into transforming how they do business and how their employees work.
" Being digital is no longer optional for today’s job shops. "
-Jason Ray, Paperless Parts
Offering a more digitized end-to-end service is now the key to business resiliency. Simply put, Digital Transformation improves customer experience, business efficiency, and operational performance. With enterprises now facing disruptions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, every industry, including, logistics should implement a digital solution for better practices that reduce bottlenecks, increase production speed and trim costs.
Choosing the right solution can make or break digital transformation and, this is where Next Generation trackMe comes in to play. Next Generation trackMe has different solutions like trackMe Fleet, trackMe Logistics, and the newest solution, trackMe Suite, to help and elevate Logistics needs.
Digital Transformation for the Logistic Industry
trackMe Suite is a state of the art technology which consists of three (3) primary modules that have different functions and capabilities to optimize the movement of goods on a higher level. trackMe Suite can support the entire supply chain, and logistics in real-time from planning, trip execution, load maximization up to the arrival (Last-Mile).
trackMe Suite can be beneficial to logistics operations since it represents a huge opportunity to gain new efficiencies, reduce costs, build business resiliency, and increase the company’s overall competitive advantage.
A crisis is often a catalyst for long-term change. The pandemic shows how vulnerable businesses to disruptions. And it is now crucial to invest in new technologies and digital solutions that are key to developing more advanced last-mile logistics capabilities.
Overall, there are many lessons that we learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, but most importantly is the necessity of strategically planned, thoughtfully implemented digital processes as a way to survive this crisis and prepare for future disruptions.
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