SRM meets today’s challenges


In 2019 the world saw more than 100 billion parcels shipped… that number more than doubled in five years. When will volumes double again and where will that growth happen?

Are your systems ready to keep goods moving?


Meeting customer needs means offering more options. Successful B2B commerce recognises buying decisions are influenced by delivery options while consumers want access to more service at lower cost.

Can you deliver what your customers expect?


Detailed analysis prepares you for seasonal peaks but what about unseasonal pandemics? Good forecasts help business prepare; flexibility means your business is prepared for anything.

Are you ready for the unexpected?

Current Market Opportunities


Time-slot selection, locker booking, crowd-sourced services – these and many other logistics innovations can only be integrated with flexible shipping technologies

Adding shipping options increases customer conversion and retention


Consolidation, break-bulk and other developments offer transportation managers the opportunity to achieve savings… but only if they can integrate with existing processes

Ability to add shipping services creates opportunities to reduce cost


Innovative routes to market will demand new and unique logistics options – these will require more sophisticated approaches from shipping technologies

Flexibility to integrate innovative services can deliver market advantages

Existing shipping technologies are not delivering

Meet the challenge of 21st century logistics with Shipping Resource Management

Shipping Resource Management ensures the challenges of sales, operations, customer service and finance are the focus of the logistics business model : Resilient Technology for a Mission Critical Operation

  • Ensure resilience, scalability and continuity of service
    • Leverage current Cloud technology from major player(s) to deliver elastic capacity and secure operations
    • No strict reliance on specific cloud provider tools
  • Wide deployment capabilities
    • Deploy globally
    • Control data security and confidentiality requirements
  • Technology independence
    • Ability to leverage different cloud platforms simulataneously