Global delivery automation firm LogiNext has announced the success of their flagship certification programme. The company has reported a 200% increase in demand for its certification programme amongst supply chain professionals.
Since its launch in 2019, LogiNext has trained and certified over 50,000 professionals from across the logistics industry in areas of delivery management and digitisation using in-house proprietary tool- LogiNext Mile.
“We’ve been leveraging cutting-edge of technologies that help progressive brands automate deliveries and improve operational excellence. This Certification Programme enables teams within an organisation to be up to date with the latest tech in supply chain management and be future-ready,” shares Mradul Khandelwal, Global VP of Strategy at LogiNext.
“There is a lot of buzz happening around the logistics automation space and when we were evaluating technology partners, we found LogiNext Mile to be offering the most- both in terms of width and depth of capabilities- and all this with a great ease of use which makes the proposition even more stronger,” shares the digital transformation officer at New York headquartered LogiNext.
The LogiNext certification programme aims to create a pool of talented resources across the global logistics industry, as well as bridge the skill gap, that exists within the sector. In today’s highly digitalised environment that thrives on seamless supply chain management, equipping professionals with highly relevant skill set is the need of the hour. Post certification, professionals are able to add a highly relevant skill set about the most advanced transportation management system to their expertise, as well drive digital transformation across their organisations.
“Digitisation and Automation are the way forward when it comes to brands in the Retail, QSR, CEP (Courier, Express, and Parcel), and Transportation (3PLs). Enterprises are undergoing a rapid digital transformation and new jobs are being created for people who can operate a new age transportation automation platform to serve the needs of the current high tech times,” says Dhruvil Sanghvi, Chief Executive Officer at United States’ second-largest QSR chain.