Headquartered in West Palm Beach, FL, Cloud Logistics simplifies the pulse of the supply chain by enabling users to communicate and share information in real-time—providing a unique platform to design and launch web-based workflow portals to vendors, customers, and logistics service providers with modern internet software applications. For instance, if a supplier in China makes adjustments in the orders, it gives an instant update to the retailers in U.S. “As the goods are being shipped, we track their movement across multiple modes until it arrives at a crossdock and then to the stores or out for home delivery,” quotes Mark Nix, CEO, Cloud Logistics. With over 28 years of supply software chain experience, Nix has carved a niche in addressing the global needs of customers of every size.
The company has a vision to assemble the best-of-breed cloud offerings for warehousing, demand forecasting, replenishment, and network planning, and currently delivers key solutions in the areas of order collaboration, global tracking, selection and route optimization, shipment rating, carrier match-pay/freight settlement, instant messaging, Proof of Delivery (POD) signature capture and client invoicing for third party logistics.“Our unique service offering Logistics Activity Stream captures the activity from IOS/Android mobile applications in order to connect every mode of communication including photos, signature, and instant messages about every shipment,” exclaims Nix.
The simplified user interface enables customers to easily master the skills, to utilize Cloud Logistics’ solutions. The company’s patent pending federated configurable workflow architecture allows its customers to have a completely different outlook utilizing different feature sets while accessing the same code base hosted at Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Our patent pending federated configurable workflow architecture allows our customers to have a completely different outlook, while accessing the same code base hosted at Amazon Web Services
Moving ahead, “We would focus on providing our clients with the next generation suite to integrate to their SAP, NetSuite, Microsoft, Oracle, and other ERP investments. Cloud Logistics is using AWS to expand its geographical location to support the increasing demands from other regions,” concludes Nix.