Route Optimization Simplified
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How Locus helped Rollick save 8% of their logistics costs
Rollick is one of the largest frozen desserts manufacturers in eastern India. It has automated production units in Kolkata, Guwahati & Ranchi and a network of over 250 distributors. Rollick used Locus’ Consulting Studio to optimize various legs of their supply chain.
How India's leading FMCG player increased sales serviceability by 12% using Locus
A leading FMCG conglomerate for consumer products in over twenty categories such as soaps, tea, detergents, and shampoos amongst others with millions of customers consuming their product used Locus.
How Locus helped India's leading courier delivery service save 60% of their sorting time?
Locus partnered with India’s leading courier delivery services company. The conglomerate is South Asia's premier courier and integrated express package distribution company.
How Locus helped India’s largest online fashion retailer to increase operational efficiencies at all miles
India’s largest e-commerce fashion company has operations in 50+ cities. The company has over 1,50,000 products and over 1000 brands in its portfolio. The conglomerate used Locus solutions in each mile of their supply chain.
How Locus helped India’s top diagnostics firm in tracking their resources.
One of India’s top diagnostics firm offers a broad range of tests on blood, urine and other human body viscera. The international service provider uses Locus to track, manage and assist the phlebotomists in sample collection and confirmation.
Why Businesses need Route Optimization?
An in-depth look at how Route Optimization can help different industries. Route Optimization is the process of determining the most cost-effective route from point A to point B. However, it is not equivalent to finding the shortest distance between the two points. The best routes for a business will depend on a lot of different factors – where the customers are located, when they want to be serviced and which driver or vehicle is needed to do the job.
What Are Consumer Companies Doing In Canada To Optimise Logistics And Why?
Recently, 78 Canadian companies, 26 business associations and 12 Canadian academic institutions came together to form SCALE.AI, and the Government of Canada announced it had selected SCALE.AI as one of five winning industry-led proposals in its Innovation Super clusters Initiative.
4 Questions You Need To Answer About Your Supply Chain If You Are In Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia is the emerging market everyone is focusing on. What supply chain questions you need to answer for being successful there?
The Curious Case of FMCG Sales Beats
An efficient distribution system, which reduces order to delivery & replenishment time becomes the key arrow in the arsenal of an FMCG company. The key element to this is "Sales Beat Planning".
Travelling Salesman Problem Is Not A Problem, It’s A Herculean Task.
TSP is no longer problem of the salesman of a company travelling to multiple cities in the least amount of time, using the least amount of money, while somehow travelling the shortest distance. It is about the world gearing towards Industry 4.0.
On-Time and In-Full Delivery: Why Balancing Both is Important for You
With logistics costs rising, increasing Full Truck Loads (trucks which are almost completely filled) has always been an area of emphasis for logistics managers, often to the point of compromising on the other half — On-Time. Being there on-time is as important as delivering to your customer in-full.
How Intelligent Retail Logistics Management Works
Companies are constantly looking for an easier way to move their products from either manufacturing hubs to retail outlets or to customer delivery points. However, in a country like India, this may not be as easy as it sounds. As an example to further explain this, lets refer to Urban Ladder
Logistics- The Key Differentiator Between eCommerce Players
It is of vital importance for online retailers, logistics providers and courier companies to ensure that every delivery meets their customers’ expectations. It is now critical for businesses to adopt the right technology which can help them take predictive and actionable decisions that better serve the customer and give them an edge over their competitors.
8 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Route Optimization Software
With Route Optimization becoming the need of the hour for virtually every business operation, it becomes imperative that organisations choose their Route Optimization software with utmost care. Here are the factors to keep in mind for selecting the correct Route Optimization software for your business:
Locus Launches In North America
Watch as Locus' CEO Nishith Rastogi joins Proactive Investors' Christine Corrado in the New York studio to announce the company's launch in North America.
Breaking down the last barrier
Locus is using artificial intelligence to overcome last-mile logistics challenges in India.
Locus’ new offering FieldPro to help increase sales for FMCG/CPG
Locus announced the launch of FieldPro that automates and optimises sales beat plans for mobile workforce leading to increased profitability, resource efficiency, and time savings especially for the FMCG/CPG (Consumer Packaged Goods) sector.
India’s Locus raises $4M to expand its logistics management service worldwide
Locus is focused on helping customers optimize the operational side of their logistics, whether that is moving people, goods or more at scale. Locus plans to use the funds to continue building its IP and international expansion.
Beenext-funded logistics automation startup Locus.sh expanding to Southeast Asia
Locus helps organisations automate and optimise their logistics, while they focus on customers. This results in reduced logistics cost, on-time deliveries and a better end-user experience. In Southeast Asia, Locus’s key strategy is to analyse the growth potential and challenges faced by the e-commerce and third-party logistics industry
This Bangalore-based startup promises to solve all inefficiencies for a logistics company
Locus is a state-of-the-art decision-making platform which optimizes logistics operations to provide consistency, efficiency and transparency. Locus promises to solve any inefficiencies for a logistics company, offering them the entire tech stack needed for an operation.
Transforming The Future Of Logistics With Geocoding
Logistics has primarily been just a ‘pick, pack and ship’ process. In order to retain customers, most companies weave together a “temporary” solution by hiring more workforce instead of adopting technology. This is a failing formula that increases the cost to business without being sustainable on a longer term
How Locus Is Using AI To Enhance End Customer Experience And Logistics Management With ‘Uber For X’ Model
Locus aims to deliver end-to-end automation from point of dispatch till the order reaches the end customer, with a competent end-user experience, with intelligent events & live tracking.