Zone Manager in Detail

Zone Manager contains all the functionality you will require from a delivery management software. Key Features Hosted Service: The full Zone Manager system can be offered as a hosted system requiring no local software installation. All access is via an Internet connection. Check here to view configurations Add hoist, crane or lift bookings linked to a delivery directly on the diary Full material detail entry via the web interface Automatic email of booking changes Control trade contractors with new rules...

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Zone Manager in Australia

Zone Manager has been recently installed to provide delivery management for the construction of a major new hospital in South Australia.  The Logistics Business worked with a local hosting supplier to enable Zone Manager to be installed on a local server to ensure good response times and first line support in the same time zone.

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Multichannel Strategies – Connecting Supply Chains with Consumers

Today, there is an increasing disconnect between consumer’s channels of information and their channels of supply. A customer may browse the internet for information before visiting a shop to physically see and touch the product before buying. Alternatively, a customer may check out the product in a shop and then search for the best price on the internet, where they can order at a time that may be more convenient to them and receive the added bonus of free delivery....

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Supply Chain Management – the key to profitable Construction Logistics

When the term Construction Logistics is used most people think of the storage and handling of materials on site and the haulage bringing goods to the site. But the fact of the matter is that what happens on site is just the tip of the iceberg; what comes before – what lies under the visible surface – has a huge impact and largely determines the outcome of your project. Over the last three years The Logistics Business has undertaken a...

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Tweeting Logistics- will social media play a role in the future of supply chain management?

On a social level, networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook have certainly caught the imagination of the younger generation- teenagers are now regularly updating their mates about what time to meet each other in the pub, or discussing their plans for dinner later that night! But, in the case of Twitter especially, it should be noted that the BBC Economics Editor Robert Peston is now a regular user (or ‘tweeter’) and updates his loyal followers with various thought pieces...

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