Logistics management via inconsoMIS App 16 April 2019

European logistics software provider, inconso AG, has introduced a mobile information system inconsoMIS that has been enhanced both functionally and graphically, with a clear user interface designed for commercial smartphones.

Completely reworked by the logistics software specialist, inconso MIS is a comprehensive App that provides a precise overview of process and performance statistics – anytime and anywhere.

The new release now provides users with configurable real time information, for example on the number of orders, order processing, or capacity utilisation in individual warehouse areas. Key performance indicator criteria can also be defined down to a granular level and displayed using freely selectable visualisation modes.

The new release of inconsoMIS cannot only display the KPIs of a single location but can also be used at multiple locations. As well as this, the App includes multiple languages and offers a quantitative and qualitative basis for daily logistics monitoring and control, as well as process optimisation.

The user interface for mobile devices is based on HTML5 technologies, and the App can be used on Android as well as iOS devices. The current version runs with the mobile operating system versions Android 4.1 and up (min SDK level 16) and iOS 9 and up.

Headquartered in Bad Nauheim, Hessen, Germany, inconso AG is a consulting and software provider for logistics solutions in Europe. The company offers sound consulting, innovative and practical software products, and professional system integration solutions for optimising customer specific logistics processes. The main focus areas are warehouse, transport and supply chain execution and visibility solutions with inconsoWMS, inconsoTMS, inconsoSCE and add-ons of the inconso Logistics Suite. The company has over 1,200 employees at 31 locations worldwide and over 5,000 customers in more than 70 countries.

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