Bringing Efficacy into the Supply Chain – The Impact of Big Data and Edisoft’s Leading Role

Time has always been a key factor in the supply chain when it comes to shipping – it determines cost and reputation for the supplier, and many clients are generally impatient. In fact, suppliers in the past solely used the on-time indicator to measure performance.

Today, however, technology and big data have made it possible to measure a wide range of factors that impact shipping performance. Here is an insight into how big data is improving supply chains, and how Edisoft can help you improve your competitive edge.

 

Across-the-Board Measurement

 

Considering that supply chains span several continents, the advances made in mobile communication have made it easier for those involved to liaise throughout the shipping process. And, coupled with GPS technology, it is now possible to monitor the shipment’s movements all the time and take note of any outstanding issues.

What does this mean? Well, it is now possible to account for almost every aspect that goes into the financial cost of shipping. What’s more, there are performance indicators for the physical aspect of shipping (transportation vessels) thanks to the increased control afforded by the Internet of Things.

The onset of big data has enabled suppliers to reduce the cost of shipping goods to customers all over the world. It has also improved the user experience for customers who now get their goods faster and in better condition.

 

Embrace Big Data – Use Edisoft

 

Edisoft is a trusted software and automation services provider all over the world (https://3pl-technology.logisticstechoutlook.com/vendor/edisoft-optimizing-the-endtoend-3pl-workflow-cid-128-mid-23.html). Its software is easy to use and compatible with a wide range of platforms.

The main products of Edisoft are ERP Integrated EDI services. These services work with FTP, VAN, and Direct AS2 connections to receive EDI files via secure channels.

Edisoft’s inventory of software includes Merchant Xchange, Merchant QuikPak, and Merchant. It also provides conventional shipping automation services as well as software connectors for bin-tracking and shipping.

Edisoft has its headquarters in the U.S. and Canada, but it operates globally and around the clock to serve clients in all time zones. What’s more, its services are affordable and cover all aspects of shipping.

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