One question we come across quite often here at Bringg is “Will your solution integrate with what I have today?” A valid question indeed, as it stems from the concern of resources wasted. All companies spend time, money and thought in the creation of business operations.
Traditional Supply Chain Metrics are relatively well known, but in the age of empowered consumers, customer centric supply chains have become more important. Within the context of customer centric supply chains, it’s important to look at these supply chain metrics as they relate to the customer centric model.
The eCommerce revolution has turned the “traditional” supply chain on its head. From speed to delivery, to increased expectations for the delivery experience, this change has in large part been driven by the more empowered consumer of today. However, it is in the last-mile that many of these challenges manifest.