- BUSINESS AREAS
30 June 2022
Integrated with SAP S/4HANA®, the new solution links truck drivers with dispatching and transport planning systems – with transparency and visibility.
Implico Group announced today that its Connected Truck solution is now available on SAP® Store and is part of SAP’s industry cloud portfolio for the oil, gas, and energy industry. The solution leverages the integration capabilities of SAP Business Technology Platform (SAP BTP) to integrate with SAP S/4HANA® using SAP Integration Suite.
“In recent times, supply chains have become more compartmentalized than ever,” states Volker Braun, Managing Director and CTO of Implico Group. “Consequently, product moves through many hands before it reaches its destination. To streamline their operations and make smart decisions, liquid bulk traders need maximum transparency, collaboration, and information flow within their partner networks. Connected Truck provides exactly that – comprehensive, accessible, and in real time.”
A collaboration by Implico and SAP
The Connected Truck solution establishes a direct link between truck driver and back office. This is a game-changer for trip planning and reconciliation for bulk deliveries. It gives all parties involved a comprehensive overview of the operation. Also, it facilitates a quick, aim-oriented, and purposeful exchange. The solution’s benefits for daily business include:
- Smart trip execution with mobile support
- Elimination of information gaps
- Real-time process visibility
- Bi-directional communication between scheduler and driver
- Advanced fleet tracking and monitoring
- Full transparency of the delivery status
- Easy accessibility of load results, unload results, and trip event information
Included in SAP’s industry cloud portfolio
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