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Uberization of Logistics Has Arrived: Be Distinct or Extinct



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In this paper, we describe why logistics service providers need to deploy technology as a core competence and differentiator and not just a support service and how with the technology of the future they can stay ahead of the competition; tackle Uberization and create value for their customers as well as their investors. By Ramco Systems




For an industry that is forever on the move, the world of logistics is in a perennial state of change, facing numerous challenges and vague demands.

Staying ahead in this dynamic landscape can be quite a roller coaster.

Adding to this dynamics is the arrival of ‘Uberization’ that is knocking on the doors of logistics, mounting “faster than fast” delivery expectations and reaching a fruition point of determining who would be the survivors.

For a logistics player, this is a do-or-die moment. The ones to adapt and move forward will be distinct. Someone who does not adapt will soon be extinct.

Why Should Logistics Service Providers be Worried?
Despite the immense opportunities, the logistics sector has recorded, on an average, a lower capital market performance and return on invested capital than many other sectors.

The average return to shareholders is approximately 7%, which is lower than the cost of capital.

Add to this a CAGR of approximately 3.6% that places the industry in a tight corner.

With many M&As failing to deliver expected results and investor expectations not being fully met, the logistics sector's major challenge lies in attracting major investments and finding ways of increasing Return on Investment.

Add to this the emergence of the ‘Uber’ economy.

The concept of on-demand logistics with anytime access from anywhere using mobility is a topic discussed by many already, but what if we now add a twist to this story and include "anybody" to this concept?

Can you even imagine the exponential implications of this move?

By just registering into a logistics network through an app, ANYONE can become a valid, authentic transporter.

When this move becomes a norm, we might as well be waving goodbye to the logistics operators who would just be a redundant appendage to the entire supply chain.

How can an app entirely replace a logistics operator?

Download this paper and learn why the Logistics industry trusts Ramco to tackle Uberization:

  • Integrated Suite: To cover the complete gamut of your operations 
  • Scalable Platform: Deploy flexible/part-time drivers basis availability 
  • Optimization Engine: Improve utilization & you will never make an empty trip
  • Command Center: Get end-to-end real-time visibility of your operations
  • Predictive Analytics: Measure profitability - customer/route/trip wise 
  • Cloud & Mobility: Access information & transact anytime anywhere


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