The entry of digital technologies into the Logistics and Distribution industry has caused a significant shift in the way in which business is now being undertaken.
The digitization of assets, both linear and non-linear, across the board, has created solutions, which were not possible in the pre-digital era.
Digital has led to the enhanced visibility of logistics operations, which has permeated across the entire supply chain. From tracking delivery status via mobile devices, to undertaking transactions and executions via online applications and workflows, the industry has been able to leverage and create better and more personalized user experiences.
In terms of existing applications, digitization has also renewed automation in the maintenance and testing of legacy applications, thus reducing costs and increasing availability. Further, there has been a push towards modernizing these applications to next generation platforms, which has taken place for the freight industry, specifically for clients in the intermodal freight transport space.
Additionally, the industry has been able to work with new business models. Through the conversion of existing systems from a CAPEX to the new OPEX model for support and software, the industry has been able to reduce costs, save time, and work with tremendously increased flexibility. This has enabled it to grow in a two-fold manner: first, by entering emerging markets and second through an increase in the intermodal market.
These advantages have resulted in dramatic business benefits for industry, including a reduction in operation costs, increase in speed, improved efficiency and transparency, and better collaboration and integration across the entire supply chain ecosystem.
Costs: Shift from CAPEX to OPEX to free-up capital and create flexibility and agility
Visibility: End-to-end transparency in the supply chain, ease of tracking transaction and procedures
Delivery: Efficient, rapid, and effective delivery times, improved reliability, leading to increased business volumes
Customer Service: Serving customers, exceeding expectations from a logistics standpoint, and restoring situations in case of disruptions
Enterprise Mobility solution offers an advanced, scalable and cost-effective approach to implementing mobile applications. It spans the solution cycle and covers assessment, conceptualization and implementation, as described below:
Strategy - Our enterprise mobility solution meets your current and emerging needs. We adopt a bottom-up approach towards developing your mobile architecture and build a proof of concept.
Infrastructure design - Our expertise in wireless network solutions enables you to leverage CDPD, CDMA 1xRTT, GPRS, Wi-Fi/802.11x technologies to address performance and security.
System migration - We adopt a phased approach to migrating proprietary solutions / legacy systems to the latest technologies and upgrade from old to new versions.
Device management - Our solutions support multiple devices with different operating systems for software distribution, asset management, security, backup, and recovery.
Application development - We implement state-of-the-art applications, integrate them with enterprise systems, and undertake performance testing.
Data synchronization - We ensure data integrity in a distributed environment. Also, we optimize information exchange based on bandwidth considerations.
Mobile enterprise intranet - Our solution ensures that your ERP, CRM and SCM solutions are made available on a mobile platform to enable faster decision-making.
When you implement our Enterprise Mobility solution, you realize several benefits.
GoVirtual Legacy Modernization Framework enables modernization, and accelerated time to market at a reduced cost. Our proven framework follows a phased implementation approach, while reducing risks.
The best practices of our Legacy Modernization Framework include: