Without a proper strategy in place, business owners risk hefty financial losses and, most importantly, the loss of integrity and customer trust. Real time monitoring enables instantaneous reporting, giving one the chance to react before damage happens.
Previously, this was quite different and exhausting. First, suppliers had to establish which goods were damaged and have them discarded. An extensive analysis that could take weeks to months to determine the root cause would follow. Then, the team would formulate procedures to prevent or minimize damage in the future.
Today, thanks to technology evolution, suppliers can have full visibility of their products regardless of location, ensuring better shipments.
Real time monitoring is all about being proactive: using real time data to identify anomalies and mitigate risks. Visual inspection upon arrival is still good, but with real time monitoring, it’s now possible to have data to make quality decisions during and after the journey ends.