February 29, 2016
Gravity At LMFAsia 2016: Connecting Fragmented Supply Chains
HONG KONG – February 29, 2016 – Gravity Supply Chain, a developer of cloud-based apps that helps companies modernize the management of their global supply chains, will provide hands-on demonstrations at the Last Mile Fulfilment Asia (LMFAsia) Conference & Exhibition in Singapore this week. Attendees who visit Gravity’s booth (E23) will learn how they can reduce risk and improve efficiencies by connecting their end-to-end cross border supply chains with their omni-channel sales activities.
“eCommerce Beyond Borders” is the theme of this year’s event, which reflects the fact that supply chains are becoming more fragmented, requiring managers to react quickly to developments as they occur anywhere in the world.
Gravity’s apps allow managers to view, control, share and execute their supply, transport, inventory and selling activities anywhere in the world. For example, Gravity’s Transport app automates the creation of packing lists, advance ship notices and compliance documents. Transport also provides real-time tracking so retailers, eCommerce companies and brands know where their products are at all times with real-time tracking visibility.
About Gravity Supply Chain
Gravity Supply Chain provides managers with real-time visibility over their global end-to-end supply chains so they can be more proactive and effective in reducing costs and identifying issues that will impact customer service levels. Gravity accelerates and streamlines the collection, analysis and sharing of real-time data to improve collaboration and decision-making among all supply chain partners anytime, anywhere. Gravity’s unique magNET-T™ serves as the foundation for its suite of modular apps. MagNET-T™ uses Web APIs, AI Bots and proprietary algorithms to unlock and gather data scattered across not just an organisation’s immediate supply chain, but throughout the multiple tiers that support it. It also collects what is happening out in the world – including the latest weather, labour strikes, the impact of natural disasters, providing instant awareness of potential supply chain disruption.