IT Spend and Trends in the Indian Logistics Market

Technology Adoption Plans of Logistics End Users Indicate High Potential for ERP and Bar Coding

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This research service provides detailed insights into the usage trends and preferences about major logistics technologies by the leading end-user industries. It also discusses which technologies are considered effective by end users, their current usage, and the plans of future adoption in each of the five key industry sectors in India. In addition, the study discusses trends in outsourcing of IT systems management by end users. Logistics managers and decision makers in leading companies from five industry sectors were contacted to understand their opinions, needs, challenges, current usage scenario, reasons, and future plans with regards to logistics technologies apart from their practices in outsourcing of IT

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IT Spend and Trends in the Indian Logistics Market, Logistics Technology Usage Practices in IndiaOverview of Logistics Technology Usage Trends in IndiaAnalysis of Logistics Technology Usage Practices in Indian Industries

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