e-CMR - a Key Investment in the New Digital World
The world of transport is moving forward fast. Especially digital development is a game changer with new chances and challenges within the logistics sector and particularly in terms of data safety.
Digitalisation is redefining the way logistics actors are collaborating. It can be expected to increase efficiency and reduce costs within the supply chain, but significant performances require much more than just networking between transport actors.
Digitisation of information and data brings more safety in the operational execution of transport
For example, with TransFollow’s digital consignment note solution, all supply chain partners are connected on one integrated platform, enabling a strong cooperation between them, increasing supply chain visibility, enabling a real-time management of traffic and cargo flows, simplifying and reducing the administrative burden and allowing a better use of infrastructures and resources while increasing efficiency and lowering costs.
In terms of data safety, at TransFollow, it is implemented with the priority of protecting and safeguarding information, and it is primarily aimed at ensuring the inalterability, integrity, confidentiality and availability of information.
Instability prevails in digitisation market environment
A digital collaborative system can certainly manage a reasonable level of data safety for information shared by its users. On the other hand, it has no control over the market environment where technological and economic instability prevails.
Technical obsolescence is keeping pace with innovation. Promising start-ups that disappear with data, gone bankrupt or bought out by bigger players. In such an unstable environment, how does an organisation move forward with reasonable safety? With what strategy?
We will share with you the elements of the answers proposed by some of the most successful multinational organisations that have chosen TransFollow as their partner.