In these difficult days supply chain visibility is of very high importance for all parties involved in the supply chain: For these reasons the Potsdam-based start-up offers its OnTime Navigator for three months free of charge. The tour management application allows the retrieval of ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival) predictions as well as movement and disruption data from any computer. The OnTime Navigator data thus enables the people involved to better react to unexpected developments in the transport process in the wake of the corona crisis.
“Security of supply is currently a very important commodity. With our decision to make the use of OnTime Navigator available free of charge to potential interested parties, we want to play our part in optimizing road freight transport processes during the corona crisis,” emphasizes Marian Pufahl, CEO of Synfioo. “Because only those who have correct data on the position of the trucks and the disruptions ahead can make the right decisions for the further course of the transports. The same applies to precise arrival time predictions for raw materials and semi-finished materials, which have a major influence on the demand-oriented design of production processes.”
In addition to ETA predictions as well as disturbance and motion data, Synfioo OnTime Navigator offers a detailed map view that allows the status quo to be visualized in real-time. With this tool, especially small and medium-sized freight forwarders that do not have their own IT infrastructure in this field can access all relevant information. The carriers can also share reliable data on the transport process with shippers and the recipients of the goods without complicated entry barriers.
Interested parties can find the registration modalities for the Synfioo OnTime Navigator and its tracking functions since today’s Supply Chain Day at the English landing page: https://ontimenavigator.de/en/ too. Customers who can register until 30.04.2020 can cancel the tour management application within the three free months. Otherwise, the registration of users would then be transferred to a regular payment service.
Synfioo was founded in 2015 following a logistics research project lasting several years at the Hasso Plattner Institute of the University of Potsdam. The Potsdam-based company’s software enables end-to-end intermodal monitoring and disruption notification for each individual transport in real time, as well as the resulting reliable prediction of arrival times (ETA). Further informations: www.synfioo.com