Sanchit Jain, CEO of DreamOrbit Softech which specializes in developing software for logistics & supply chain industry, talks about how logistics service providers should select software for their business. There are quite a few packaged software available to small and medium sized logistics and supply chain companies. But most of them struggle to decide whether to use a packaged software to develop a custom software for their business.
Most packaged software vendors are aggressively selling their software to small and medium sized logistics and supply chain companies. Our view is that barring some very good point solutions, small and medium sized logistics and supply chain companies are better off developing custom software that work with their business, not the other way around. Most of these companies focus around niche expertise, industry or geography. A packaged software is mote likely to be restrictive to their business models as it tries to fit their business into a standard process.
Current trends in supply chain management technology point towards deep interest in three major areas – big data analytics, mobile computing and Cloud technology such as SaaS TMS. SMEs in supply chain and logistics need customized solutions that enhance their competitiveness by leveraging these technologies in unique ways.
The video explains how small and medium sized logistics and supply chain companies can get competitive advantage by creating custom software that reinforces their strength.
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