Our client, one of the world’s largest building materials companies, wanted to implement an intelligent transportation management system to tighten the link between shippers and their core carriers, optimize shipment planning, and gain better control over its freight spend.
In order to meet all clients’ requirements, we developed a scalable web-based application, capable of real-time integration with SAP, in order to merge and streamline all the transportation management processes. The solution integrates and uses tons of data from diﬀerent sources to support activities such as: client management, supplier management, shipping and transportation information, as well as incident management.
We seamlessly developed and integrated real-time inventory management with accurately forecast demand and shipment volumes;
We delivered an intelligent route optimization engine and an optimal supplier allocation module based on workload history and tariﬀs;
We successfully reduced transportation complexity, while oﬀering real-time visibility and control across shipping services;
We helped consolidating orders and maximizing the return on the transportation spend;
We provided real-time relevant information and customizable reports, easily accessible through the web portal to ensure logistics eﬃciency;
We ensured the integration with SAP system for an intelligent order and transportation management (products, price list, customers, suppliers, orders etc.), boosting on-time deliveries and customer service levels.
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