The age of online ordering goes hand-in-hand with express and just-in-time deliveries. As a result, logistics processes need to be planned more quickly and in greater detail. LFS.tms perfectly coordinates the warehouse and the road. Thanks to its seamless integration and interconnection with LFS.wms, you can manage and control all of your logistics processes from within a single system, and without needing to interface with third-party providers. Easy and smart: for optimum tour management.
Always knowing where your vehicles are, or planning the easiest route and tracking order statuses online: that’s LFS.tms. This line of products includes the following modules for optimum tour management, among others:
When used to its fullest extent, the tour management module offers the following features:
Plan your order assignment in accordance with available vehicles, make efficient use of the load capacities of your fleet of vehicles, and automatically calculate the optimum route thanks to our tour planning module. Combine it with the LFS.wms warehouse management system to benefit from major time savings. All warehouse data is transmitted to the tour planning software in real time. On-time deliveries, shortest possible travel distances, and a fully automated assignment of orders to each tour ensure that your processes run smoothly, allowing you to handle a larger volume of orders while maintaining your existing fleet of vehicles.
LFS.delivery is our app for truck drivers, which provides support from planning order processing workflow to delivering the goods to the customer. Each step is seamlessly and transparently integrated into the LFS software. Step by step, the driver is guided through various activities of the tour, while simultaneously measuring the progress of the tour and orders contained therein, transmitting the driver's status to LFS.wms in real time. If required, the driver can achieve all of this using their smartphone or tablet running on either the Android or iOS operating system, even when offline.
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