Did you know?

According to manufacturing and logistics executives, only 24% stated they have implemented automated processes to improve the visibility of order and shipment status. Yet they also stated their key focused was on reducing risks that affect customer relationships.

Many transportation and logistics providers still use manual processes to monitor changes, exceptions and disruptions to supply chain activities. This causes operational inefficiencies and productivity losses‒in addition to being mind-numbing, mundane work that saps your employees’ morale.

RPA’s intelligent software robots create a digital workforce that works side-by-side with your employees to streamline operations and expedite key business activities. RPA eliminates time-consuming, manual copying and pasting of information between virtually any application or data source, including websites and portals, desktop applications and enterprise systems. RPA is easy to use and can be deployed in a matter of weeks, not months.

In logistics, your can leverage RPA to dramatically improve efficiencies for 3 essential business activities:

1. Shipment scheduling and tracking
2. Invoicing and credit collections
3. Capturing, researching and closing out loads

It’s time to realize your RPA opportunity.

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