E-Commerce Role in Promoting Technology Integration For The Indian Warehousing Industry

(I-BusinessNews.Com, November 06, 2020 ) 360Quadrants, the most granular comparison platform, has released a quadrant on Best E-Commerce Platforms to help businesses make quicker and more informed decisions. Quadrants are generated post analysis of companies (product portfolios and business strategies) and will be updated every three months based on market and regional analyses and developments in the E-Commerce Platforms space. 360Quadrants conducts an in-depth SWOT analysis and accurately analyzes the companies considered for evaluation. This helps service providers in learning about new opportunities and areas where they lag behind their peers. It also helps clients in choosing the most appropriate vendor for their requirements.

Cloud-based supply chain software

The secret to fast and error-free processes is to exploit big data to handle dynamic distribution networks in an accurate and timely manner. Although data analytics help anticipate, schedule, and maximize efficiency, a cloud-based warehousing system allows this important data to be gathered, tracked, processed, and used efficiently on a regular basis for increased organizational effectiveness. The blockchain and data analytics technologies also enable forecasting and controlling market spikes, addressing and avoiding unforeseen supply chain disruptions, and promoting smooth operations. These include product monitoring, visibility of the end-to-end production process, and integration of real-time strategic data into all operations in a single seamless portal. A cloud-based automated solution further enables effective processes across geographic regions and time zones to be coordinated, controlled, and guided, reducing human dependence.

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AI and automation

For warehouse management infrastructure, this has become one area of advancement. The new technological adoptions that are transforming the future of a once labor-intensive industry include the use of autonomous mobile robots (AMR) for physical activities, self-managing inventory control, automatic selection and packaging equipment, even fully automated forklifts and automated cars (driverless vehicles) for inventory, and automated storage and recovery (ASRS) operations.

IoT and business integration

In digitalization, integration has become a crucial term, particularly for the logistics and distribution business. Web-based connected devices such as wearable technology, QR codes, BLE, intelligent systems, and surveillance cameras are used to provide superior monitoring of goods and vehicles and to handle larger warehousing activities. These enable facilitating and optimizing automated systems to use smarter procedures to cope with unpredictable conditions and react more effectively in complex environments.

Whereas the aforementioned technologies have ensured that logistics and distribution planning are enabled with the implementation of the latest technology.E-commerce has also influenced the framework of organizations for future Indian warehousing expansion. The major inventions include:

Emphasis majorly on A-grade facilities in major cities: The largest logistics insights portal in India reports that Tier III and IV cities amounted to 67 percent of online transactions, as digital marketing, financial technology, and mobile connectivity increased. This, together with accessibility to the geographic regions of inexpensive commercial real estate property, is contributing to the growth in Grade A warehousing in Tier II and III cities.

Competent last-mile shipments: Since it was first launched, e-commerce has radically transformed the landscape of last-mile delivery. The pandemic has further underlined innovative developments such as contactless shipments and the declining demand and use of COD payments. The increase in the demand for FMCG and perishable items requesting same-day or fast delivery and the evolving categories requiring comprehensive temperature-controlled supply networks, such as temperature-sensitive food supplements, have influenced the increased implementation of technology to further enhance customer service.

Sustainable supply chain and storage: Indian warehousing and distribution networks have also adopted sustainable practices along with multinational companies who have embraced these. They vary from innovative, energy-efficient warehouse architecture, package restructuring, increased use of energy usage monitoring and optimization technologies, introduction of paperless commerce to the substitution of plastics with environment-friendly packaging material, waste reduction and reuse, which are some fields that help make the industry responsive to global market developments.

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Mr. Aashish Mehra

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