inconso Journal 02/18
More than ever, intelligent, connected software solutions are key factors for the logistics of today and tomorrow. Companies large and small are investing in the digitalization of their business processes in order to keep pace with the effects of the digital revolution. This is especially apparent in the enormous technological leaps in analytics and AI (artificial intelligence). The megatrend of digitalization continues to be a cross-industry trend, and the demand for intelligent software solutions continues to grow.
The Business Unit Software in Körber Logistics Systems is also growing and has gained two strong partners: Cirrus Logistics and Voiteq. The two sister companies have added Cirrus Logistics‘ modeling and simulation business, which designs efficient supply chain networks, to the Business Area’s portfolio. Voiteq is a leading provider of speech solutions that optimize intralogistics processes and is also a global leader in industrial speech technology for logistics.Thus, inconso has secured a foothold in Europe and in the USA to give customers and prospects direct access to a comprehensive range of solutions, products and services with local contacts.
Together with its new sister companies, inconso is becoming one of the world‘s leading providers of logistics solutions, resulting in increased market presence and better opportunities to address new customer requirements. The Business Unit Software is now represented by over 1,250 experts worldwide. Thus, inconso can react even more directly to the high, changing requirements in logistics and provide solutions with which companies can adequately meet these requirements.
With this in mind, the new issue of the inconso Journal once again offers insight into the opportunities and potential of intelligent system solutions in logistics: Learn more about the use of the transport management system inconsoTMS at BOOXpress or the rollout of the warehouse management system SAP EWM at SCHÜTZ. You can read more about AI, which reveals a wide range of applications for logistics, in the main article of the current inconso Journal.
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