Yesterday they said: “SmartPhones haven´t future” and now they say: “Machine Learning hasn´t future in logistics”

Barcelona, February 27, 2018.- SAP has published an interesting report on the effects of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and other disruptive technologies in the Supply Chain. Its title is: “The Digital Evolution of Supply Chain Management” and we recommend its complete reading. Here we have selected only an analysis of entrepreneurs, consultants and experts.

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The executives of #transport and #logistics companies in 2017 will face these key business

Barcelona, December 15, 2016.-  The Industryweek portal has published an interesting list of market trends that will be faced by logistics and transport managers. You can agree or not with this, but undoubtedly is a constructive analysis for the uncertainties of 2017.

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Recommendations for digital business transformation

Madrid, September 8, 2015.-  The digital transformation is a daily task for most companies.The transport sector and logistics has also made significant investments to bring its processes to the cloud, offer maximum tracking of orders and interested in IT solutions. For these reasons, the following report Enterprise Innovation Portal is very useful to explain the seven strategies driving the digital transformation.

Mobile version AndSoft consultant explains TMS

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AndSoft will present its new application dedicated to shipping companies during the SITL 2015

Madrid, 30 march, 2015 – For the fourth year in a row, AndSoft will participate in the SITL that will take place from March 31st to April 2nd in Paris Porte de Versailles and will present its new application destined to shipping companies.

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Keys to implement an ERP with technological trends

Paris, 16 mar, 2015.- The prestigious Inbound Logistics magazine recently published a report on the keys to consider to implement an ERP (Transportation and Logistics). We would like your opinión:

1. Understand your current system’s shortcomings. Analyze why you need to change the current system. Is the software outdated? Does it lack the features you require to enhance on-time performance and throughput? Define the shortcomings in relation to your business practices to create a wishlist for the new system.

2. Start in the boardroom. Secure executive-level sponsorship to mitigate risk and ensure your goals for the new ERP system align with larger corporate goals. This applies to the initial key performance indicators, and the corresponding mapped plan for improving the manufacturing process—from the inbound processing of supplies to inventory management and the movement of goods through the internal system and on to the customer.

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Road freight transport: 80% in Europe

Paris, 17 Feb, 2015.- The statistics of the European Union are strong. In the last decade, a shift towards road freight transport has
been recorded, especially in newer EU Member States. The highest
in reases in the share of road freight transport were observed in
Estonia (23 percentage points), Poland (19), Slovakia (19),
Slovenia (12) and Bulgaria (12). In contrast, 11 EU Member
States presented a shift towards more environmentally friendly
transport modes, most notably Belgium and Austria. In 2012,
road transport made up over half of freight transport in all EU
Member States, except for Latvia, where railway transport
accounted for the largest share (64%). High shares of rail transport
were also recorded in Estonia (47%), Austria (41%), Sweden (40%)
and Lithuania (38%). Considerable shares of inland waterways
were recorded in the Netherlands (39%), Belgium (24%) and
Romania (23%).

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