The Transportation and Logistics industry has fully embraced the concept of the Internet of Things (IoT).
In little more than one generation the industry will move from total dependence on skilled truck drivers to technology-based driving, to Uberization, driverless vehicles and drones!
Data generated by vehicles and smart devices continues to drive improvement in critical industry performance metrics, including:
Improved on-time delivery;
Increased safety and regulatory compliance;
Improved environmental ratings for fuel efficiency and Co2 emissions
Reduced transportation costs.
Supporting Growth With A Scalable Financial Management System In A Highly Regulated Industry
Customer demand for energy was soaring, and Diesel Direct was gaining a corner on the fleet fueling services market. The company had made significant investments in a proprietary end-to-end fuel system.
Mobile technology used creatively to manage a logistics process for a great cause
In North Carolina, one of every four children doesn't receive sufficient nutrition. In Forsyth County alone, more than 29,000 school-aged children qualify for the federal lunch program, due to their families’ inability to afford food.
Delivering Business Value From the Internet of Things
As the vehicle data experts, Noregon delivers industry-leading products that expedite diagnosis and repair and assist in total vehicle health and safety management; both in the shop and on the road.
Lack of visibility or non-conformance could mean blown deadlines. And lost revenue.
Early access to upstream data can be critical for procurement and inbound logistics managers in the purchase order management process. BDP, a global logistics and transportation company, got it right!