When consumers order products online, they want them delivered as fast and inexpensively as possible. For the transportation and logistics (T&L) industry, the biggest challenge in meeting these expectations isn’t getting the goods out of the warehouse and onto delivery trucks – it’s the final stretch leading up to the consumer’s front door.
Last-mile delivery strategies have never been more important and can make the difference in keeping a customer or having them take their business elsewhere. With your copy of The Last Mile Sprint: State of Mobility in Transportation and Logistics report, you’ll learn the delivery challenges the T&L industry is facing and how mobile technology helps solve them.
At A Glance
See what T&L executives in six key markets – U.S., Canada, UK, Germany, Sweden and Australia – worry about and the steps they’re taking today to adopt mobile technology and transform their business.
Inability to Upscale During COVID-1937% of T&L companies with outdated tech were prevented from sufficiently upscaling during the crisis.
Supply Chain Visibility46% of T&L companies with a mobile-first strategy say it has enabled them to gain visibility into critical aspects of their supply chain.
Customer Loss50% of T&L execs say outdated tech has caused or will cause them to lose customers.
Better Customer Experiences76% of T&L companies believe an effective mobile-first strategy for last-mile delivery enables more powerful and transparent customer experiences.
Inefficient Processes61% of T&L organizations say last-mile delivery is the most inefficient process in their supply chain.
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