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The most demanding tasks included integration with third-party vendor systems, providing support for branch office network infrastructures and achieving uninterrupted user interaction in warehouse environments.
• Improvement of the mobility aspect of the solution
• Increase in the range of operations performed (availability for desktop stations)
• Guarantee of availability of information through on-line communication
• Improved ergonomics through wearable terminals
• Increase in the efficiency of package sorting process
Achieve the assumed process efficiency, fast response time and integration with the central GLS operating system.
• Raising the standard of customer service (the ability to control the delivery process through mandatory contact with shipment recipients)
• Increase in the efficiency of courier teams
Ensure the assumed process performance, achieve the required response time and integrate with the internal operating system.
• Increase in the efficiency of the operational activities of courier teams
• Improvement in the timeliness of shipment deliveries
• Improvement in the quality of real-time process control
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- 5 000 mobile users logged into the system
- 2 000 online contacts handled daily
- 100 branches served by the central system
- 4 000 delivery notices recorded daily
- 540 000 orders registered in the system per day
- PLN 4 billion collected from cash on delivery shipments per year
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Effective integration means a complete IT symbiosis
In order for the implemented solution to form an IT environment consolidated with the existing systems, it is necessary to effectively integrate all the components of the company architecture. Effective integration of IT systems, carried out using modern tools, such as microservices or the integrating Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), improves existing processes, ensures optimal performance of tools and allows for monitoring of the operation of all programs.
Our tools provide high-quality integration that guarantees a reliable flow of information between IT systems and an effective data analysis while improving the execution of business processes.
Our 15 years of experience in system integration covers both national and international activities. Among the former, it is enough to mention two comprehensive integration projects involving two spectacular mergers of logistics operators in the CEP industry, made in the last decade. These activities took into account full integration of companies’ IT platforms at every level and in all areas: clients, operations, finances, control and management.
Other international activities included data exchange between the delivered and deployed solution and clients systems(Microsoft Dynamics CRM, SAP).The transfer of information took into account a large volume of clients’ data, products sold and completed tasks, which in the form of reports were sent to the clients’ CRM systems. The interoperation with the SAP warehouse system involved daily sales volume reporting and inventory updates.
NEWS – Be up to date
We talk to Marcin Michalak, Director of Network Management at DPD Poland, about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the operations of courier companies, the challenges of managing one of the largest transport networks in Poland, as well as the course of implementation and the business effects of using a TMS class system provided by Omecon.
PwC, at the invitation from the Polish Transport and Logistics Employers’ Association Poland (Związek Pracodawców Transport i Logistyka Polska), has prepared a report aimed at summarizing the expected directions of development of the Polish road hauling industry over the next 10 years.
A world where the ubiquitous technology has solved all current problems, a zero-growth world or a world without sufficient international cooperation. These are the scenarios for the future outlined in the new “Logistics 2040” report published by FM Logistic CE in cooperation with experts from 4CF specializing in strategic foresight. The report encourages a discussion on the future of logistics and its role in Europe’s economy over a 20-year period.
While the globalization index remained unchanged in 2019, estimates for 2020 indicate that the number of global links will decline significantly. The main reason is the coronavirus. However, despite the pandemic, the level of connectivity is unlikely to be lower than in 2008-2009, when we were dealing with the global financial crisis. This is due to the fact that trade and capital flows are already returning to their early-2020 levels.