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Digital Technologies for Fleet Visibility and Responsiveness

We are living in a progressing technology world where demand for development and progress arises from time to time and the need to stay agile. Technology revolved and improve rapidly, hence the need to stay agile is crucial for logistics business. Digital technology, on the other hand, has remained fundamentally the same since the beginning of digital media. Digital technology is essentially enabling immense amounts of information or data to be compressed.

It aids in breaking down messages, allowing a form of communication that can be preserved and transported easily at speed. The demand for traceability and real-time information has thus caused the reliance on digital technology to obtain value-added service.

Software Data Generator

Technology is now playing a major role in this fast pace world for the organization to remain accessible. Accessible data has to be reliable, enriched continuously to constantly remain valuable. The value of data starts with data strategies to a road map for a tech solution to articulate the data needed.

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Malvina Ong Moy Geem, ADLSM
Malvina Ong has substantive years of experience in the field of logistics, procurement, and supply chain, and specifically in the procurement for plant maintenance; as well as managing bulk loading operations of chemicals and jetty planning for ship rotation and berthing. Malvina holds the Bachelor degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from the University of South Australia, and a Professional Diploma in Procurement and Supply from Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply. She is a member of the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM), and is currently completing the Advanced Diploma in Logistics and Supply Management (ADLSM) at SIPMM Institute.

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