Logistics company to optimise supply chain performance

Logistics company to optimise supply chain performance

VISA Global Logistics has selected the Manhattan Active SCALE Solution to be deployed throughout its warehouses in Australia and New Zealand. The technology will allow VISA Global Logistics to provide its customers with improved real-time inventory visibility and transparency throughout its supply chain.

One of Australia’s largest privately-owned international freight forwarding companies, VISA Global Logistics is under pressure from its customers to be more flexible, to supply to more channels from a single source of inventory and to do so faster and cheaper. The company realised it needed state-of-the-art systems to meet these business needs.

VISA Global Logistics selected Manhattan Active SCALE for its flexibility and scalability in the face of constantly shifting supply chain demands and opportunities. SCALE uses advanced, proprietary algorithms to organise and optimise logistics operations and offers VISA Global a significant upgrade in terms of delivering mission-critical information in real time.

“There is an increased customer demand for live and valid accurate data, especially in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector. SCALE gives our customers a dashboard of their KPI and access to all of their relevant information in a user-friendly platform,” said national warehouse manager at VISA Global Logistics Tony Baxter.

Managing director of Australia and New Zealand for Manhattan Associates Raghav Sibal commented: “With customer expectations around speed of delivery and transparency continually increasing, the pressure is on logistics providers to improve the efficiency and visibility of their operations. Manhattan Active SCALE will offer VISA Global Logistics the flexibility and scalability needed to support the company’s growth. This fully managed cloud product will also help them improve their overall customer experience and get goods to consumers faster.”

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