Treading very diplomatically here, I think most people would agree with this pretty generic sentence: Whether or not you’re pleased with yesterday’s results, there is no question that supply chain will likely experience some impact.
Given our constant industry engagement, we at eft are constantly keeping pace with the very latest developments in the supply chain industry. On the back of that, we’re going to be launching a round-up of everything we’ve been looking at in a given week that’s particularly jumped off the page at us.
On October 6th we’re going to have the pleasure to speak to two industry veterans as they discuss the ins and outs of how businesses are readjusting their back-office systems to be compatible with customer-centricity.
Despite ongoing pressures to serve their customers at the lowest possible price point, logistics service providers have a great opportunity to deliver high-value, customer-centric services while maintaining profitability in a commoditizing industry.
Logistics companies are increasingly using technology to help activate under-used assets. But that’s just the tip of the ice-berg. The ‘Uberization’ of logistics is set to completely change the way logistics is done.