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  • 1. IT Developments & Business Strategy in the Logistics Space – An Overview
  • 2. Indian Logistics Industry
    • India’s GDP @ Rs. 543.7 Bn (year 2005), growing at a
    • rate of 9% every year.
    • Average Indian GDP growth ~ 8% from year 2002 onwards
    • Current Indian Logistics industry is valued @ USD 90 Bn
    • (INR 360000 Crores)
    • Two main factors governing Logistics services across
    • Indian Business sectors are
      • Cost
      • Reliable Value-adds
        • Real time service information
        • Established Order to delivery monitoring & control
        • End to end information flow & transparency
  • 3. Indian Logistics Industry
    • Reliable Value Adds…
        • “ Quick Response” enabled IT backbone
        • Intrinsic CRM capabilities bridging Supplier – Customer & Customer – End User
        • Real time exception reporting & handling
    • Typical Logistics Cost are segmented into
      • Inventory Holding
      • Transportation
      • Warehousing
      • Packaging
      • Losses &
      • Related Administrative Costs
  • 4. Indian Logistics Industry
    • Logistics Costs in India estimated @ 13 – 14% of GDP
    • Comparative Logistics Costs as a percentage of GDP
    • across Europe & Americas is in the range of 10%
    • Typical Indian Logistics Cost elements are
  • 5. Indian Logistics Industry
    • Average Change in Logistics Cost across Major Industry
    • sectors in India (between 2001 – 2006)
  • 6. Typical Logistics Growth Enablers
    • Adequate Infrastructure & growth
    • Effective Information Flow
    • Quality & Deployable Assets
    • Professional Services & Approach
    • Relevance in Regulations & Government Policies
    • Comprehensive IT Backbone
    • Standardized Logistics Service Levels
    • End to End Solution/ Service Spectrum
    • Quality Resources
    • Intrinsic CRM capabilities
  • 7. What is IT/ Technology in Logistics??
    • Major IT/ Technology offerings in logistics space are
    • confined to
      • Transport Management Solutions
      • Warehouse & Inventory Management Solutions
      • RFID
      • Online Vehicle Tracking
      • Logistics Sales Force Automation (SFA)
      • SCM
      • CRM
      • Demand Forecasting Software
  • 8. IT / Technology Solution
    • Major IT/ Technology Solutions implemented by Indian
    • Logistics Companies in the recent past are
      • Logistics e-planning tool
      • Electronic PoD (e-PoD)
      • Web/ SMS based Consignment tracking
      • Online GPS based track & trace
      • Load Planning & Scheduling software
      • Electronic Logistics Management System (e-LMS)
      • Integrated Transport Management Software (iTMS)
      • Customized ERP software's
      • End to End Transport/ Warehousing & Inventory
      • Management software
  • 9. IT/ Technology Implementation Benefits
    • Logistics Companies in India define their key benefits from their IT
    • spend as
      • Enables the move from centralized to decentralized management
      • without any loss of information at any level.
      • Facilitates speedy/timely delivery, reliability, cost savings and
      • security.
      • Has resulted in the empowerment of individuals and teams, with
      • the work environment progressively moving from a functional
      • organizational arrangement to a team arrangement.
      • Enables high-level connectivity, information sharing, and
      • integration, not only within a company or among companies, but
      • also globally.
      • Has made logistics work easier, less-time consuming, and more
      • accurate, and contributes to greater productivity.
      • Facilitates direct access to data banks for information on the
      • status of orders or accounts.
  • 10. Major Solution Providers
    • Some Major Logistics IT/ Technology Solutions Providers
    • in the country include
      • Agility
      • Four Soft (4S elog, 4S I-logistics)
      • I2
      • IBM
      • Infreight (iTMS, IndFleet)
      • Logility
      • Manhattan Associates (Integrated logistics solutions)
      • JDA (acquired Manugistics in 2006)
      • Miebach
      • Oracle (G log, Transport/ Logistics Module)
      • SAP AG etc (Logistics Module/ Enterprise)
  • 11. Selection – Implementation - Deployment
    • Typical Selection – Implementation & Deployment
    • issues in IT/ Technology solutions with relevance to
    • Logistics space in the country are
      • Inadequate Domain Expertise & Experience
      • Standardized Functionality Mismatch
      • Expensive Technology/ Infrastructure pricing
      • Network Constraints in the Indian Geography
      • Complex Technology Architecture resulting to
      • Integration issues
      • Migration from Legacy to best of breed software
      • Support/ Upgradations & Maintenance factors
      • Software Pricing
  • 12. Process Improvement & ROI
    • Direct Operations Focus till “ Last Mile” & Delivery
    • Reduced Logistics Management Labor Hours thro
      • Automated Rating, Routing & Negotiation Processes
      • Automated ordering to delivery process including
      • freight bill audit & payments
      • Efficient Order & Shipment with Track & trace
      • capabilities
      • Improved exception handling with real time decision
      • making
    • Coordinated Load & Resource – Planning & Optimization
    • Reduced Shipping errors with improved trade
    • compliance
  • 13. Process Improvement & ROI
    • Comprehensive Reports for real time analysis
    • Increasing service level efficiencies with intrinsic client
    • relation capabilities
    • Increased Inventory Accuracies and reduced write-offs
    • Optimal Lead times across end to end logistics
    • management processes
    • Direct increase in sales opportunities (loss sales
    • prevention thro on time service levels)
    • Real time C Level Dashboard for monitoring & control
    • Reduced Cost of Operations (industry average in the
    • range of ~ 8 to 10%)
  • 14. Some Major Implementations (last 3 years)
    • Some Logistics Companies that have deployed/
    • implemented/ upgraded to Logistics Management – IT/
    • Technology Solutions include
      • AFL Enterprise/ Track & Trace
      • FedEx Global Integrated Solutions
      • GATI WMS/ Online Tracking Solution
      • KTC Integrated Logistics Solution
      • TNT India Global Integrated Solutions
      • Patel Roadways Enterprise/ Tracking Technologies
      • Safex Track & Trace – Different modes
      • TCI Tracking Technologies
      • TVS Logistics Enterprise/ Online Tracking
      • Enterprise naturally means an integrated logistics management solution
  • 15. Take Away
    • Indian Logistics Industry still at a nascent stage and
    • evolving quickly. Average growth rate is pegged at 8 –9%
    • and reach USD 125 Bn by 2010
    • Key focus areas today are
      • Improved efficiencies
      • Transparency/ Information Flow with CRM
      • Reduced pricing
    • Key Logistics Service enablers
      • Efficient Information Flow
      • Reduced Order to Delivery times
      • Real time track & trace
      • “ Quick Response” exception handling
  • 16. Take Away
    • Corporate/ Shipper Focus areas
      • Professional services
      • End to End service/ solution spectrum
      • Reduced Logistics Spend
      • Single Window Supplier – Client, Client- End user
      • logistics integration
  • 17.
    • Infreight Research & Content Team reports year 2006-07
    • Datamonitor/ TI reports
    • IAEIS - Industry Analysis & Economic Intelligence Service Database
    • Reports from SIAM, ACMA etc
    • Eye for Transport – Research and Publications
    • E & Y Reports Mckinsey Quarterly Journals and Case Studies
    • A T Kearney Reports
    • KPMG White Papers and Case Studies
    • Selected articles from The Hindu, The Telegraph, Financial Express,
    • Business Standard etc
    • Indian Institute of Management - Case Studies and Market Analysis
    • Reports
    • Brand equity foundation reports etc
    • Aberdeen Research reports
    • CII – Industry reports
    Source of information
  • 18. THANK YOU!