Supply Chain Management Solution

IoT is going to add value to the SCM by rolling out effective maintenance practices, leveraging the increased visibility of the entire supply chain spectrum, real-time tracking of assets, Improved Inventory Practices and enhanced customer experience.

IoT devices have revolutionized supply chain management (SCM). It’s much easier to understand where goods are, how they are being stored and when they can be expected at a specific location.

IoT Roles

  • Track speed of movement and their expected time of arrival
  • Authenticate the location of goods at any point in time
  • Monitor storage conditions of goods and raw materials
  • Slick the problematic movement of goods
  • Locate goods in storage
  • Administer goods immediately upon receipt

Fleet Management

  • Vehicle telematics (tracking and diagnostics) – used real-time data collected using GPS and OBD-II port
  • Track route progress and receive automatic updates
  • Driver management – alerts for idling, geofencing – used data collected from GPS
  • Speed management – alert for speeding, harsh braking – used data collected from OBD-II port
  • Fuel management
  • Device installation with zero-configuration/onboarding new devices to the fleet management platform
  • Ensuring that fleet management platforms can scale with the user base
  • Customization of billing and reporting modules as per the requirement
  • Elimination of pen and paper-based clerical tasks by the digitization


  • IoT warehouse systems assure a connected flow of real-time information on inventory levels and location which will help in inventory loss and damage prevention, forecasting demand based on historical sales data, timely detection of load discrepancies, and bottleneck identification.
  • IoT powered warehouse will have RFID tags and sensors that enable data capture and asset identification.
  • Augmented Reality based headgear devices will help “order pickers” to fulfill the orders in the most optimal route.
  • Inspection and tracking of goods using Drone which eliminates inconveniences of staff to move around the warehouse.
  • IoT implemented warehouses will establish a system that supports both legacy and new smart devices via multiple connectivity options
  • IoT can also be adapted for things such as building control and monitoring systems to reduce energy consumption in everything from light fixtures to HVAC units to improve operational and systems efficiency


  • Scalability: flexibility to scale without having to overhaul an entire system
  • Reduced Costs: cloud technology can reduce the number of workers needed to perform specific tasks in the supply chain
  • Immediacy: immediate implementation of new software within the legacy system
  • Cloud security: built-in architectures and firewalls help ensure data-leak and reinforce security
  • Integration of Multiple Platforms: Cloud technology enables easy integration of multiple platforms to work in harmony
  • Optimum asset utilization: the simple cloud user interface allows the fleet owner to watch, control, and automate basic common components of the cloud environment
  • Accessibility: Cloud can be accessed by the entire supply chain anytime