Although the coronavirus is not yet (fully) behind us, the economy is making a strong recovery. For logistics service providers active in road transport, this means new challenges. Because what is needed to ensure a healthy future? Investing in more trucks (and drivers as well)?
Just read the trade media and you almost cannot help but conclude that the development of software on the basis of pre-programmed building blocks is the egg of Columbus. To some extent, I agree with this. The development of software is definitely easier with low code than with a traditional programming language. There is a big however though. Low code is not a panacea that automatically makes companies self-reliant.
Everything for the customer. Ultimately, that is the primary focal point for every company. In modern marketing, this is supported by buyer and customer journeys that help to provide insight into every step in a purchase process and can be organised in such a manner that they result in permanently happy customers.
How can it be that items are consistently delivered too late or turn out to not be available at all? Inbound and outbound logistics are inextricably linked. The further back in the logistics chain, the more organisation and implementation become a black hole.
In 6 steps, the pyramid of Nolan describes the maturity stages which an organisation needs to go through. Every growth step in IT maturity elevates an organisation to a higher productivity level. Plan and take the time to structurally grow towards IT maturity. Read the blog of Hans Ketterings and Hans Hulsinga.