Postis is the first LogTech startup from Romania to bring a revolution to logistics and transportation sectors through IT technologies - open digital platforms, machine learning, analytics and process automation.
In the past 3 years, Postis Platform integrated all significant distribution and delivery suppliers and automated the best option selection through the use of learning and prediction algorithms applied to the largest supply-chain dataset available in the market.
The platform harmonizes processes along the entire value chain and simplifies clients' IT eco-systems through ready-made integrations between ERP applications, WMS (Warehouse Management Systems), OMS (Order Management Systems), TMS (Transport Management Systems), e-commerce platforms, marketplaces, transporter, courier systems or drop-box networks.
In a period of uncertainty when criteria such as speed of reaction, agility in business model adjustment, customer engagement anywhere it can be found are key, Postis offers to retailers, e-commerce players or 3rd party logistics suppliers all features needed from a single platform, easy to setup and simple to use:
- a wide variety of delivery options: anytime (same day, next day, express, planned), everywhere (at home, in the office, in a selected store, to a selected drop-box from networks in Romania or Central and Eastern Europe), anyhow (cash on delivery, card on delivery, online payment)
- increased quality and performance for fulfillment and delivery activities
- decreased delivery time through advanced distribution and delivery management
- advanced, simple to use technologies and ergonomically designed, integrated management interfaces
- decreased costs: directly from delivery budgets, indirectly through improved customer satisfaction and decreased refusals and returns rates
- full transparency and control for integrated distribution and delivery processes
To learn more on how Postis Platform and its digital technologies can help your business, read the latest interview with Mircea Stan, CEO Postis, taken this week by Wall-Street.