1-Stop Connections has announced an ‘intelligent’ solution to improve the supply chain, after collaborating with transport operators around Australia.
According to a statement by 1-Stop, problems experienced by operators include the use of manual-paper based systems and slow, ‘hard to use’ software options.
The new instalment of 1-Stop’s solution, to be available on the company’s open platform, can predict and anticipate customer demands, as well as quickly responding to unplanned events.
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With a focus on UX/UI design and usability, the solution has also moved away from a traditional TMS system.
Andrew Morgan, Product Manager at 1-Stop, commented on the updated solution: “The system we have created is a completely new take on solving the problems that Transport Operators care about. It combines transport and job management to simplify the day to day tasks of a Transport Operator.
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“We have consolidated data that’s important into one single place to manage their business from. Most importantly of all, it’s affordable.”
Michael Bouari, CEO of 1-Stop, added: “With our strong track record of delivering digital solutions for productivity gains across the supply chain, this was the perfect next step to capitalise on our intelligent platform to deliver a solution to make life simple for our customers to make better decisions.”
While the first version of the ‘intelligent’ solution is due to launch in early 2019, transport operators have been invited to join a pilot program, beginning in October 2018.
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