Perk Up Operational Transparency for Super Efficiency

Amit Maheshwari
Amit Maheshwari
Amit Maheshwari, Softlink Global CEO

The need for complete transparency in operations is important for efficient workings of logistics and freight companies. Automation of business operations does delivers a level of transparency but is that enough?


A clear and transparent view of the multi-pronged operations of freight, warehouse and transport along with the sales, finance, accounting and customer service is a prerequisite for logistics and freight companies to function efficiently. With that, all stakeholders including field operatives, managers, office staff and management will be able to perform their roles optimally in a transparent environment.


One of the major reasons for inefficiency in logistics and freight companies is the lack of transparency. Stakeholders are forced to work with limited information and lack understanding of their work impact. Technology plays an important part in creating transparency within an organization but you need some solid built-in functionality in your software to perk up the transparency.


The seamless flow of data from sales to operations, finance and accounting and customer support will enable all stakeholders to do their job more precisely and without flaws. For this to happen software that is specially designed for the industry and automates the business seamlessly from sales, operations, finance and accounting to customer service is essential. The built-in functionality of the software to perk up transparency would help the user work with full knowledge of the task to be performed and its impact.


Imagine the benefits of a software that can perk up your business transparency: the sales team can keep track of their clients right from acquisition through servicing during their lifetime; the same team can pass on crucial client-related information to operations, accounting and customer service teams; the operations team can perform their role flawlessly with easy access to information and tools; the accounting team can receive accurate information of charges and expenses from the operations and generating invoices accurately on time; the finance team can carry out prompt payment follow-ups and ensure receivables are collected on time; and the customer service team can access information to help customers with prompt service.


Managers are also able to keep track of work progress and ward off potential delays; management can monitor every minute aspect of the business.


The benefits mentioned are but a few of the many others possible with the right technology. Perking up transparency to achieve super efficiency is something that logistics and freight companies should consider seriously when upgrading their technology.