Data in logistics is everywhere but that doesn’t make it easier for companies to access it and analyse it. Many logistics providers struggle when it comes to IT infrastructure and words like Big Data and AI (Artificial intelligence) could sound scary to managers.
The Logistics Point May 2020 HERE
As the industry transforms and adapts to the need for more digitalisation, it will also need to learn how to operate with technologies that provide more visibility and operability.
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‘Many logistics companies struggle with last mile deliveries and the data they collect,’ says Niko Polvinen, COO & Co-founder, Logmore, IT startup providing monitoring tools for different industries. ‘In recent years it is important to follow the full journey of a delivery, including order receivings.’
Data in storage
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Read the full article in The Logistics Point Magazine May 2020 HERE! It is FREE!
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Niko Polvinen is Logmore’s COO & Co-founder. He is responsible for the sales and business development regarding all the data logging services Logmore offers. Polvinen has experience in multiple companies where he held positions in marketing and sales. He is passionate about helping businesses reduce wastage throughout their supply chains and this has led to co-founding the startup.