Transportation & Logistics

Travel

Continuing to expand big data, automation, artificial intelligence, personalization, and experience to keep consumer demand. 

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Logistics

Bridging the risk and opportunity gaps to help leaders with technology, customer expectations, and business models.

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Air Transportation

Evolving digital into business strategy to stay competitive with real-time analytics, value services, and connected operations. 

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How We Help

Similar to other industries, logistics and transportation are experiencing an immense amount of change, which blossoms new opportunities and risks. With new industry disruptors, increased customer expectations, new business models, and shifting markets there are many ways to meet these challenges. The industry will continue to experience disruption and leadership teams need to focus on the present-day and invest in future possibilities.

Our team members work with logistics and transportation leaders across complex initiatives. Based on the project, solutions may involve the following:

Digitization: Enterprise digitization is already here with ERP and communication technologies, but a digitized workplace now expands towards devising new business processes, models, and integrations across the value chain. With the fast pace of technological developments, it’s essential to leverage current systems and enhance towards maximizing efficiency to simplify processes, revamp service interaction, and utilizing advanced technologies if there’s a talent gap. We partner with industry leaders to prepare management towards maximum utilization of their assets and drive organizational-wide efficiency.

Autonomous Fleet: A generation ago, when you thought of computers driving from Point A to Point B, one would imagine a scene from a movie, but that’s actually where we’re heading. Autonomous vehicles and semi-trucks are already a reality that’s getting closer and closer to full-scale industry applications. While present-day technology does not compose a complete driverless experience, logistic organizations should begin to develop strategic tactics that plan for the eventual inevitability. Advances in technology can bring additional safety benefits for drivers, plus industry changes will allow drivers to have a new role and assist autonomous tasks by computers. We’re partnering with industry leaders to advance their infrastructure to allow optimized development of future technology and streamline current operations which promotes employee support of the future change.

Partnership Journey

Our Results

We partnered with a large logistics player to maximize organizational efficiency and drive a reduction of costs. As a method to expand big data within the organization we utilized client legacy data and current data from a recent implementation. With such a strategy, we were able to have a variety and value of data. Our method led to useful conversions since the objective was to minimize the amount of noise and spam of data due to a variety of data sources from legacy systems and a recent enterprise implementation. The results lead to implementing new technologies to enhance the new enterprise system, as well as identifying cost savings of twenty percent.

Travel

Continuing to expand big data, automation, artificial intelligence, personalization, and experience to keep consumer demand. 

vtravelv

Logistics

Bridging the risk and opportunity gaps to help leaders with technology, customer expectations, and business models.

vportv

Air Transportation

Evolving digital into business strategy to stay competitive with real-time analytics, value services, and connected operations. 

vairairv

How We Help

Similar to other industries, logistics and transportation are experiencing an immense amount of change, which blossoms new opportunities and risks. With new industry disruptors, increased customer expectations, new business models, and shifting markets there are many ways to meet these challenges. The industry will continue to experience disruption and leadership teams need to focus on the present-day and invest in future possibilities.

Our team members work with logistics and transportation leaders across complex initiatives. Based on the project, solutions may involve the following:

Digitization: Enterprise digitization is already here with ERP and communication technologies, but a digitized workplace now expands towards devising new business processes, models, and integrations across the value chain. With the fast pace of technological developments, it’s essential to leverage current systems and enhance towards maximizing efficiency to simplify processes, revamp service interaction, and utilizing advanced technologies if there’s a talent gap. We partner with industry leaders to prepare management towards maximum utilization of their assets and drive organizational-wide efficiency.

Autonomous Fleet: A generation ago, when you thought of computers driving from Point A to Point B, one would imagine a scene from a movie, but that’s actually where we’re heading. Autonomous vehicles and semi-trucks are already a reality that’s getting closer and closer to full-scale industry applications. While present-day technology does not compose a complete driverless experience, logistic organizations should begin to develop strategic tactics that plan for the eventual inevitability. Advances in technology can bring additional safety benefits for drivers, plus industry changes will allow drivers to have a new role and assist autonomous tasks by computers. We’re partnering with industry leaders to advance their infrastructure to allow optimized development of future technology and streamline current operations which promotes employee support of the future change.

Partnership Journey

Our Results

We partnered with a large logistics player to maximize organizational efficiency and drive a reduction of costs. As a method to expand big data within the organization we utilized client legacy data and current data from a recent implementation. With such a strategy, we were able to have a variety and value of data. Our method led to useful conversions since the objective was to minimize the amount of noise and spam of data due to a variety of data sources from legacy systems and a recent enterprise implementation. The results lead to implementing new technologies to enhance the new enterprise system, as well as identifying cost savings of twenty percent.