What you want from digital transformation in logistics is to grow revenue and streamline operations. What you need is a level of insight and control over the critical applications that run your business. For 83% of transportation CIOs, the main expectation from digital transformation is to grow revenue thanks to faster, consistent and predictable operations. And every customer has their own unique set of expectations.
Your Manufacturing customers expect “Just-in-time” 15 minute delivery windows. Your eCommerce retailers expect you to keep their promised three-day delivery to satisfy their end-customers. That means you need speed and reliability for your core business processes such as customer order management, intermodal shipping, Global Trade Management, and real-time last mile management.
Ultimately, it’s about empowering and supporting your employees so they can deliver. So they know they can rely on your critical applications. Because when your employees deliver, it goes straight to your bottom line.
Use Cases & Features
ERP, CRM & Business Applications
The Operational Efficiency & Excellence of your company depend on your key business processes supported by mission-critical applications.
Guarantee staff productivity by maximizing end-user’s experience of ERPs & CRMs across your WAN and make sure your business-critical applications are always prioritized. Protect end-users by using complex and sensitive applications like ERP.
Avoid revenue loss due to production being halted by network issues or applications suffering from brownouts.
Keep your production moving during network outages or congestions by using redundant and resilient architectures maintaining your mission-critical applications with the most robust performance across the WAN.
Office 365 & Cloud Migration
Beyond the technical challenges, rapid user adoption is central to the success of your Office 365 & Cloud migration projects and achieving digital transformation in logistics.
Ensure quick adoption of Office 365 or any Cloud based application and reduce deployment time of your SaaS applications by three months. Decrease the number of incident calls by 50 percent. Monitor/troubleshoot SaaS apps usage and performance in real-time, globally and per site.