Our Best Practices are based on experiences from over 2500 projects. They reduce complexity in management of Supply Chains and allow a stable supply and lead to a smooth collaboration of all participants. They are fast and easy to use and realizable with slim IT budgets.
Store Knowledge in Reference Projects
IT can not only be a supporter but also a driver of new and innovative processes along the supply chain. Here one of the options is the definition and recommendation of best practices for the cooperation between companies (mainly shippers and logistics providers) along the delivery chain. Nobody knows these processes better than AXIT: In the approx. 2,500 different customer projects which AXIT has realized in delivery chain management it became clear that in each industry, but even across different industries, the same challenges came up. It is for the best and most efficient solutions for these frequently recurring challenges that we have compiled reference processes. The knowledge and experience of AXIT staff is systematically stored in them. They serve as templates for realizing similar projects.
For this best practice collection AXIT has selected those reference processes which
- are most requested by the customers
- are worth mentioning for a particular reason
These Best Practices can be the description of a complete process (e.g. the management of a procurement chain) or even a partial process especially worth mentioning ( e.g. the integrated printing of barcode labels at the ramp) which can be well combined with other processes.
The best practices recommended by AXIT are quick and easy to use, are in use by over 200,000 users and they address the typical challenges in operative management of logistical networks with many stakeholders. They reduce complexity in controlling delivery chains. They lead to smooth cooperation between stakeholders and to stable and reliable supply.