The Management Center

The most important facts in brief

  • URL access via brows­er.
  • Data stored in the “cloud” (Microsoft Azure, 7x24, encrypt­ed)
  • Inter­face to source sys­tem (orders, etc)
  • Inte­gra­tion into exist­ing sys­tems
  • order entry
  • Dis­po­si­tion (also AdHoc orders) / Opti­mized capac­i­ty uti­liza­tion
  • sequence opti­miza­tion
  • route plan­ning
  • Involve­ment of sub­con­trac­tors or exter­nal dri­vers in the deliv­ery process
  • Map dis­play (vehi­cles, orders, sta­tus, times, etc.)
  • Track and Trace (track­ing, track­ing)
  • Tour sta­tus (processed stops,…)
  • Auto­mat­ic noti­fi­ca­tion
  • Auto­mat­ed deliv­ery note/receipt receipt (with sig­na­ture)
  • Com­mu­ni­ca­tion (tele­phone, mes­sages, voice mes­sages)
  • Mas­ter data admin­is­tra­tion (fleet, dri­ver, etc.)
  • Logs (work­ing time, tele­com, tour/km/stops/stops etc.)
  • Eval­u­a­tions (cus­tomer-spe­cif­ic)
  • report gen­er­a­tor
  • Var­i­ous inter­faces to third-par­ty sys­tems

Monitoring

Der Dispo­nent hat jed­erzeit die volle Über­sicht über den jew­eili­gen Stan­dort der Fahrzeuge und deren Sta­tus. Sind im Rah­men von Logis­tik 4.0 Pro­jek­ten Sen­soren an X4fleet angeschlossen, kann deren Zus­tand direkt auf dem Mon­i­tor­ing Bild­schirm angezeigt wer­den.
Er kann mit einzel­nen kom­mu­nizieren oder eine Mel­dung an Alle senden. Dies kann er mit Text- oder Sprach­nachricht­en machen.

Order Management

All orders present in the sys­tem are vis­i­ble here, regard­less of whether they have entered via an inter­face or have been entered direct­ly and man­u­al­ly direct­ly into X4fleet. Exten­sive func­tions are avail­able to the user for pro­cess­ing orders. For exam­ple, also for split­ting trans­fer orders.

Detailed view and order entry

Orders can be dis­played and edit­ed in a detailed view. The same view is used for man­u­al entry of orders. Sev­er­al part orders can be entered for each order. You can cre­ate order tem­plates for fre­quent­ly used orders. Pack­ages, goods, ser­vices and load­ing equip­ment can be record­ed.

Scheduling

The real heart of X4fleet is the dis­pos­tions. Here you can sched­ule the trans­port orders for tours. A wide vari­ety of func­tions from man­u­al to auto­mat­ic route plan­ning are avail­able for this pur­pose. The plan­ning meth­ods are adapt­ed to the respec­tive require­ments by means of para­me­ters. Frame tours can be tak­en over from the pre­vi­ous sys­tem or the frame­work tour man­age­ment inte­grat­ed in X4fleet can be used.

Mission overview

If the trans­fer orders have been planned and released, they appear on the shift overview. The dis­play along the time axis pro­vides a quick overview of the sta­tus of the tours.

The X4Gateway interface

Clever interface opens up other systems

We imple­ment inter­faces via X4Gateway. For the suc­cess­ful inte­gra­tion of dif­fer­ent mobile solu­tions and process­es into every­day oper­a­tions, it is cru­cial that the dif­fer­ent data flows can be linked togeth­er. The trans­port man­age­ment sys­tem X4fleet must be able to be con­nect­ed to its own ERP or to that of sup­pli­ers. This ensures col­lab­o­ra­tion and data exchange in a secure and scal­able envi­ron­ment.

The X4Gateway pre­fab­ri­cat­ed process com­po­nents for fre­quent inte­gra­tion sce­nar­ios reduce the imple­men­ta­tion effort. The imple­men­ta­tion is based on a test­ed and tried-and-test­ed basis. With the object-ori­ent­ed approach of X4Gateway, process imple­men­ta­tions can be cre­at­ed as com­po­nents. The dash­boards show both the oper­a­tional process and the inte­gra­tion. In this way, we enable you and us to have an end-to-end view wor­thy of the name. Always keep track of all involved IT sys­tems and man­u­al tasks. From the uni­fied cock­pit, you and we have an overview of the entire sys­tem at all times.