Low-code for logistics, coordinating a systematic advantage

What aspects of the way logistics firms use technology makes this sector different – and, crucially, what accelerators can low-code templates and shortcuts bring to the way next-generation logistics software is developed?

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The logistics industry is ubiquitously and inherently populated by systems and processes. It is a business that runs on the strength of its quantifiable and definable functions. As such, the need for systematic efficiency throughout the logistics trade makes it perfectly suited to benefit from the advantages offered by low-code software application development and engineering.

Given that every business in every industry vertical must now recognise itself to be a data-driven software business at its heart, logistics firms can now embrace a far wider transept of software tools to gain a competitive operational advantage in their own market.

But what aspects of the way logistics firms use their technology stack makes the software in this sector so different… and, crucially, what accelerators can low-code templates, reference architectures, shortcuts and pre-defined components bring to the way next-generation logistics software is developed?

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