Geographic Information System (GIS) technology provides Singapore logistics companies with the ability to conduct real-time tracking, prioritise fleet scheduling, and optimise route management – ensuring saving up to 30 per cent in operational expenses.
By providing fleet managers with a single map-based view of logistics activities and trends, GIS technology can:
- Uncover patterns and inefficiencies in current supply chain operations
- Audit and measure mobile workforce productivity
- Facilitate real-time supply chain tracking
- Manage variable costs, routing and scheduling more effectively
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