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Logicare selects Highjump Warehouse Management, ITX360 as SL Logistics digitisation partners

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Digital technologies and innovations continue to fuel escalating customer expectations for service that is better and faster, creating relentless pressure for supply chains to perform flawlessly, efficiently and transparently.

According to a survey presented by the MHI Annual Industry Report, as many as 80% of respondents believe that digitalisation has the power to disrupt the industry. For 16%, it is already creating either disruption or competitive advantage. 

In a recent gathering of partners, Logicare Ltd. announced its future plans as it partners with Highjump Warehouse Management joining the many thousands of global organisations streamlining warehouse management with digitalisation. 

Logicare, a futuristic supply chain solutions provider offering clients across diverse industries the best and most effective customised solutions to cater to their unique logistical needs including warehousing, transportation and value-added services, is now focusing on its commitment to automate its operations and sees the move as imperative instead of an innovative step in today’s age of digitalisation.  Logicare CEO Saminda Deshapriya who spoke at the event stressed on the fact that the 4th industrial era has brought to life many innovative technologies and as they become mainstream, the expectations of the clients will be elevated with it. Thus the partnership with High Jump, aims to provide a technology driven digital supply chain platform to its clients.

ITX 360 Head of Business Development Danushka Jayasinghe who addressed the gathering outlined the impact of digitalisation on the logistics industry as not only accelerating warehouse processes through data collection but also increasing transparency, ensuring real-time synchronisation and alluded to the benefits of improved warehouse space optimisation and the by-products of machine learning and advanced data analytics. 

“By engaging in multi beneficial platforms and digital technologies the logistics business is now able to embrace real-time visibility and seamless collaboration among processes and chain partners, resulting in highly evolved, efficient, and effective operating models. To this end Highjump Warehouse Management System has proved to exceed expectations and we, ITX360, as its Service Partner is proud to leverage every opportunity display the length and breadth of its application through facilitating complex customer requirements,” he added.

Highjump is essentially a globally recognised logistics management technology which is future proof, mobile enabled, scalable, configurable and price competitive which relieves its customers any long term dependencies on any one technology provider offering a compelling a total cost of ownership compared to any other warehouse management system. 

ITX 360, Sri Lanka’s premier IT services and development company, offering end-to-end solutions for its customer’s was selected by Highjump in December 2018 and enhanced its capacity to provide Asian businesses with logistics digitalisation technology disrupting and reengineering traditional models of warehouse operations.

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