LogiMAT (14 to 16 March 2017, Neue Messe Stuttgart) will once again open its doors in 2017 as an international trade fair for distribution, material and information flow. Under this year’s motto “Designing Change, Digital – Connected – Innovative”, LogiMAT focuses on trends such as the Internet of Things, Industry 4.0 or Cloud Services.
But what does digitalization mean in logistics? Is there a cloud at all or isn’t the server just somewhere else? dbh Logistics IT AG (dbh) will pursue this provocative thesis during the lecture on Wednesday, 15 March 2017, from 12:30 to 13:00 at Forum D, Hall 7, Forum Innovativ. Daniel Braß, Key Account Manager IT Services at dbh, shows how the potential of IT outsourcing can be used efficiently in logistics.
The dbh consultants are available for further, personal discussions at the booth in hall 7|7C66. There, the company also presents software and solutions related to customs, foreign trade and compliance.
WHY SOFTWARE IS IMPORTANT FOR AN EFFICIENT SUPPLY CHAIN
The biggest hurdles on the way to the flow of goods are customs regulations, compliance regulations, laws and tax claims. Only when all the formalities have been clarified will the goods reach their destination. Any loss of time will incur additional costs. At these essential levels of an efficient supply chain, dbh software solutions become effective. Electronic customs clearance with Advantage Customs or checking people and goods against applicable sanction lists and embargoes with Advantage Compliance make global goods flows more reliable, cheaper, and safer. All dbh applications for customs, foreign trade and compliance are also available as SAP plug-ins.
“There is no cloud – the server is only located elsewhere: using the potential of IT outsourcing efficiently in logistics”
Wednesday, 15 March 2017, 12:30 to 13:00
Forum D, Hall 7, Forum Innovative
dbh Logistics IT AG at LogiMAT
14 to 16 March 2017, Neue Messe Stuttgart
Hall 7 | Booth 7C66