Logistics is a distribution network that stores and transports goods or services to the consumer, whether that customer is a manufacturer, wholesaler, or shopper, on time and at a reasonable cost. It is a fully effective network that connects consumers and businesses via many forms, such as airmail, freight rail, cargo, and express deliveries through truck transport.
India's logistics business is currently worth $160 billion and employs over 22 million people. It is predicted to increase at a 10% CAGR to $215 billion by 2022.
The logistics industry has issues with its workforce. They needed a skilled and well-trained workforce to do their daily activities. They were looking to improve their workforce efficiency. Management wanted to build a productive environment with accountability for the organization's or sector's growth.
As logistics companies have pan India operations, there should be a system to improve operational skills. This skill should be easy to use, scalable and cost-effective, with more centralized access.
After a deep analysis of the issue, we found that a Learning Management System (LMS) was the best possible solution. After discussion with top management on our suggestion, they implemented our Customized Learning Management System (LMS). The primary goal of LMS is to improve the learning process. It offers material and manages course registration, administration, skill gap analysis, tracking, and reporting.
Following LMS implementation, the business began to observe changes in employee behavior and witnessed a 13.65% shift in the first six months.
Here are a few benefits that Logistic management was able to see in a brief span:
They could save on employee training costs, while multi-channel scalability helped their organization expand on several locations and train their team members.
With the help of the newly implemented system, they implemented centralized learning and progress tracking of employee training, which helped track staff's behavior and learning progress.
With the help of the reports generated by the LMS, the company was able to identify the key areas where the employees needed improvement and, at the same time, track their skills.
Through Centralized LMS, the employees had the freedom to learn whenever and wherever they chose.