Logistics is the backbone of many companies. These businesses require command and control centers to adapt and change as their logistics operations’ needs grow more complex.
“Logistics demand has skyrocketed over the last few years for services such as Amazon, FedEx, UPS and other online services, especially during a pandemic,” Sheeran said. “A lot of people are putting even more and more stress on those types of logistics services, not only for personal use but also for corporate use.”
These services and functions have to run uninterrupted, and that is where operation centers come into play. These centers manage and monitor everything from security and network operations to IT and data centers.
“If these critical services aren’t running, it can take down a portion of the logistics industry and result in business risk and slowdown,” Sheeran warned.
With the increase in demand for logistics come increasing challenges.
“We’ve seen a lot of challenges moving materials from point A to point B while providing predictable and reliable information to assess those risks,” Sheeran said. “The monitoring and command centers help to alleviate a lot of these challenges and risks.”
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