Having more than two decades of expertise in delivering global technology based solutions, nVision Global is a towering figure in today’s logistics industry. “We are committed to working with Supply Chain visionaries to develop solutions beyond the expectations of our customers and their partners,” says Brown. The company examines the needs of customers and their supply chain providers, and collaboratively makes an effort to deliver powerful solutions that provide visibility and strong execution tools designed to address complex situations.
nVision Global’s broad base front line staff leverages visibility through management tools. The staff effectively responds to the constant change, volatility in demand, supply, capacity, and product. It ultimately drives improved customer service, operational performance, supply chain efficiencies and reduced transportation expenses. The company boasts of delivering facilities in four different continents with its superior technology, quality services, and comprehensive business intelligence applications. “We are not only the developer of our technology, we also use it every day in our companies to provide managed services,” cites Brown.
Fulfilling Modern Supply Chain Needs
The modern global supply chain requires an enterprise solution with a suite of tools that are powerful enough to perform on-demand dynamic global rating and routing queries to optimize cost and service and complex scenario modelling. Additionally it should deliver end-to-end connectivity with ERP systems, and integrate global procurement activities. nVision Global’s iMpactTMS is a robust closed loop solution with a unique Contract Management tool which provides the foundation for these capabilities in a streamlined workflow, which allows supply chain and logistics managers to have the control and visibility they need to optimize their investments.
iProcurement is designed to handle global tenders, regional or individual lanes, and individual shipments
The Global Contract Repository is a critical engine that connects the customers’ supply chain stakeholders with the ability to perform on-demand Rating and Routing queries. It helps the customers to determine the least-cost Transportation Provider for a given lane or individual shipment activity, along with the best service options. “Coupled with the power of our comprehensive Modelling and Optimization solutions, Supply Chain and Logistics Managers can perform complex “What-If ” scenario modelling, benchmark analysis, and detailed comparative analysis of supplier contracts,” explains Brown. The iMpact modelling tool has over 300 pre-defined analytical queries designed to deliver comprehensive analysis of day to day shipment activity.
nVision Global’s solutions are engineered with a core principle in mind to remain compliant with the clients’ existing frameworks. This process enables the company to receive client data for rating or analysis purposes, as well as detailed export capabilities to provide essential data, back to the client’s systems for downstream supporting processes. “Our team of experienced IT professionals recognizes that there is no such thing as a ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution and that very often a client’s business needs require a customized approach,” describes Brown. From professional project management, custom development, testing, and integration–nVision Global works with the client at every step of the way to create a solution tailored to the client’s needs. “Perhaps most importantly, Global Transportation Management Solutions must be able to communicate with existing client ERP systems to provide the most value and organizational benefit,” explains Brown.
nVision Global offers an online global solution— iProcurement—for transport and logistics management that provides a full scale freight tender platform for supporting all modes of transportation. “It is an online solution that can work in conjunction with our freight invoice database,” says Brown. “iProcurement solution is designed to handle global tenders, regional or individual lanes, and individual shipments,” he adds. Additionally, nVision provides an online event management module, iVisibility, which delivers a window to view current and historical shipment tracking information through Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) updates. “This solution is a real-time visibility portal and a part of our TMS Orders Module,” adds Brown. iVisibility provides actionable visibility into inbound and outbound transport activity, bills of ladings, purchase orders, tendered shipments as well as the shipments that are remaining in the warehouse. “Our Orders Module has features for purchase order validation, exception or expedited freight management with least cost routing, auctioning, and tendering,” he adds. It offers multiple communication methods to update the status of shipments electronically or via manual data entry.
The company offers prompt and accurate freight audit and payment solutions to a number of customers to help them maximize efficiencies. To illustrate one of nVision’s client stories, a customer approached nVision to efficiently address their concerns relating to lack of control for expedited freight shipping. nVision offered them tools that can help carry out a number of processes such as rating, routing, tendering, and visibility from creation of orders to final delivery. After effective utilization of tools, the customer significantly reduced their annual freight spend in a span of nine months.
The Road Ahead
nVision delivers a truly global solution in conjunction with its operations and development support centers around the globe. “This combination of global locations and the scalability and customizability of our solutions give us a competitive edge,” states Brown. Besides, the company believes in investing heavily on human resources in order to understand customers’ challenges and delivers the most befitting solutions to untangle the complexities, while developing capabilities.
Taking positive strides toward achieving its goals, nVision is looking forward to adding more locations to its current Asia and South America coverage. “As for technology, starting this month and over the next six months, we are going to be releasing several tools that our teams have been working on,” concludes Brown.