Logistics Tech Consultants

Logistics Technology is Increasing in Complexity

Every company in logistics is under pressure to maintain modern and relevant technology. Competitors, suppliers, and customers all demand real-time, relevant data and up to the minute market-leading solutions.

It’s challenging for companies to find the time, money and internal expertise to implement technological change and innovation.

That’s where we get involved.

Tech and Logistics Expert

Marshall helps logistics and freight companies implement technological change and innovation. He has 25 years of freight and logistics expertise with extensive tech and startup knowledge. He works with companies who need to replace obsolete logistics software and hardware.

Presenting at the Jiangsu-Victoria Tech Summit

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Independent Advice

Ask Marsh is independent and won’t take commission or benefits from the solutions we recommend.

Logistics Tech Experience

Poste-Haste

General Manager and COO of one of Australia’s longest-standing freight management companies.

Myfreight

COO of Myfreight. Helped spec, design, build, implement and grow award-winning technology.

Passel

CEO and Founder of the world’s only genuinely crowdsourced on-demand last mile delivery company.

Logistics Tech Services

Market Research

Research Options, Solutions, Alternatives

Consultancy

Needs Analysis, Capability Testing, Partner Establishment, Board Reviews

Project Management

From Day 1 to Day ∞

The Logistics Tech Puzzle

Which Technology?

Is it better to buy off the shelf software, engage a cloud SaaS suite, or build your own solution?

Reliability

Logistics companies need 99.999% reliable availability. Which solution provides the best coverage ?

Future Proof

You don’t want to be investing in new technologies every 18 months. Which programs are likely to last?

Integrations

All logistics companies need to communicate with outside organisations. Are you better off with a marketplace, APIs, or bespoke integrations?

Legacy Systems

The existing systems might work to some extent. Newer is not always better. Can legacy systems be maintained or improved upon?

Deploy and run costs

Software companies often have a wide variety of service levels, fees and charges. There will also be internal costs that need to be considered.

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