lbase will showcase an innovation at transport logistic in Munich: lbase 7. The new release of the successful logistics software is completely web based.
A trailblazing software solution, a dynamic stand design, and a hands-on logistics experience: lbase is inviting visitors to experience the future at transport logistic in Munich from 9th to 12th May 2017. The focus will be on the brandnew lbase 7. Across several stations, logisticians will discover all the functionality available to them in the current version of the transport and warehouse management system. “With lbase 7, we are offering a comprehensive and highly flexible complete solution for medium-sized and large organizations,” says Andreas Schellmann, CEO of lbase. “Accordingly, it is aimed at market leaders who want to save time and money and keep that decisive step ahead of other players in the market.”
- lbase 7 closes the logistics gap: By using agile methods to develop the new release, the gap has been closed between transport management and route optimization. With lbase 7, logistics service providers can optimize all of their cargo space, transport, loading, and warehouse management operations. The system is completely web based and can be opened in common browsers. By incorporating real-time data into operational processes, users always have the absolutely latest information on their screen. Interactive interfaces, visualizations, and maps simplify daily work.
- Greater flexibility thanks to the external server: A big plus factor: “The lbase geo.logic server – an Axians ICT Austria GmbH web service,” explains Schellmann. The server is hosted in the Vienna data center of Axians, one of Austria’s leading cloud service providers. This will make logistics service providers even more flexible in the future. Their software is always up to date and they pay only for the services they actually need.
- Dynamic stand with hands-on logistics experience: As one of more than 3,000 exhibitors, lbase will showcase itself at transport logistic together with three business partners, DacoSoft, intex, and Math.Tec, at Stand 221 in Hall A5. Their expertise went into developing lbase 7. At the heart of the open stand concept is a hands-on logistics experience: On a course involving various loading and unloading tasks, visitors will compete against each other with remote-controlled trucks in a logistics battle at the top of each hour. Visitors are also sure to enjoy the dispatch planning game developed especially for the trade fair, based on the popular board games Sorry! and Parcheesi. Word clouds projected on the stand wall, lighting effects, and a sail hanging over the stand will also ensure a dynamic look.