Startup of the month: haidi

Every month we interview a European Supply Chain Management startup to shed some light on its business, provide a platform for visibility and overall support the European Supply Chain Management startup ecosystem. This time we interviewed Romain Blaser, CEO and co-founder of Haidi, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Haidi offers an AI based supply chain planning solution.

Startup of the month: traide

Every month we interview a European Supply Chain Management startup to shed some light on its business, provide a platform for visibility and overall support the European Supply Chain Management startup ecosystem. This time we interviewed Leonie Althaus, CEO and co-founder of traide, headquartered in Berlin, Germany. traide aims to automate customs handling and eases import and export processes.

Startup of the month: Wakeo

Every month we interview a European Supply Chain Management startup to shed some light on its business, provide a platform for visibility and overall support the European Supply Chain Management startup ecosystem. This time we interviewed Laure Damoiseau, Marketing Director at Wakeo, headquartered in Paris, France. Wakeo provides supply chain visibility platform that covers all modes of transport.

Supply Chain Risk Management & Data Quality

Everyone has supply chain data, but not everyone has the right type of data or the right quality of data, for the purpose they want. In an increasingly digitized world, the data availability and quality, are somewhat improving, but the complexity to extract the right set of data has increased.

Startup of the month: NIMMSTA

Every month we interview a European Supply Chain Management startup to shed some light on its business, provide a platform for visibility and overall support the European Supply Chain Management startup ecosystem. This time we interviewed Andreas Funkenhauser, CEO and co-founder of NIMMSTA, headquartered in Munich, Germany. NIMMSTA offers hands-free workflow solutions for warehousing and intralogistics processes. This is achieved through their robust industrial smart watch as well as workflow management software and integrations into exisitng WMS/ERP infrastructures.

Startup of the month: DRONAMICS

Every month we interview a European Supply Chain Management startup to shed some light on its business, provide a platform for visibility and overall support the European Supply Chain Management startup ecosystem. This time we interviewed Svilen Rangelov, CEO and co-founder of DRONAMICS, headquartered in London, UK. DRONAMICS is to democratize airfreight and lower the cost of shipping everywhere. To achieve this, they are developing a new type of cargo airplane – small, unmanned and extremely fuel efficient.

Startup of the month: Pactum

Every month we interview a European Supply Chain Management startup to shed some light on its business, provide a platform for visibility and overall support the European Supply Chain Management startup ecosystem. This time we interviewed Fabio Herle, EPM – Head of EMEAI Markets at Pactum, headquartered in Mountain View, USA with Engineering and Operations being based in Tallinn, Estonia. Pactum is an AI-based system that helps global companies to conduct autonomous, personalized, commercial negotiations on a massive scale.

Startup of the month: Atoptima

Every month we interview a European Supply Chain Management startup to shed some light on its business, provide a platform for visibility and overall support the European Supply Chain Management startup ecosystem. This time we interviewed Adrien Duruisseau, co-founder & Chief Operating Officer
at Atoptima, headquartered in Bordeaux, France. Atoptima provides an optimization software editor tackling operations planning challenges, such as tasks scheduling, workload balancing, and vehicle routing optimization.

The emerging platform economy in freight logistics

The ubiquitous business models of e-commerce platforms in the business-to-consumer sector are increasingly being transferred to the business-to-business sector. In the emerging platform economy, an increasing shift to industry platforms in the freight logistics sector can be observed. These business-to-business industry platforms represent a revolutionary paradigm shift, as they offer logistics service providers the opportunity to organise themselves in business networks and carry out data transactions in the supply more efficient and with high transparency.New business relationships are being created and business processes are changing in terms of transport planning and control as well as the provision of information from production to consumption. Decisive here is the use of blockchain technology, which ensures transparency, traceability and security of data transactions between the companies involved.

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