SUPPLIER MANAGED

Arviem

Smart Insights for Supply Chains
Switzerland
2008
Private
$10-100m
11 - 50
Open website

The ability to track, trace, monitor and respond to events would make managing the global supply chain much easier. arviem has everything to make the daily business easier and future operations more efficient. Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Baar, Switzerland, arviem has grown organically to become the leading service provider for real-time cargo monitoring. It happens thousands of times each week. It looks like a simple notification, just a moment in time – however the notification goes along with valuable and actionable information preventing the company from delays, damages, loss and other costly problems. Because of the inefficient and vague control along the supply chain, importers and exporters have to face the following challenges: - 30% of all shipments are either damaged or delayed, - 15% of companies‘ logistics costs are either inventory costs or safety costs, - 30% of all perishable goods never reach the end destination, - 1 in 5 cargo claims is due to moisture, or - $60B of stolen cargo worldwide

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arviem offers real-time end-to-end cargo-monitoring services on a subscription and per trip fee basis. The arviem service is a ‘pay-as-you-go, one-stop' service with no capital investment. arviem monitors, analyses and reports on all aspects of the cargo and supplies these facts real-time. arviem makes sure that when something happens to the cargo, the client gets informed, so he will be able to take immediate action. Critical decisions can be taken when they need to be taken to correct negative trends before they become costly problems. Simply put, you can’t manage what you don’t know! Cargo monitoring is usually left out in shipping to "safe money". Such thinking lacks common sense because the lowest cost item can provide critical information (greatest return)! From a business standpoint, the benefit of using a cargo monitoring service is the Assurance that it delivers information otherwise not available. Thanks to arviem’s cargo monitoring services corrective action can be taken pro-actively, if needed. Supplying real time facts about cargo's circumstances means improvement of the total supply chain management, leading to improved inventory management product quality insurance premiums, and simplified Customs clearance This leads to overall supply-chain cost reduction of 5 to 10 percent in average.

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Software that ingests data and visualises it to generate insights to answer specific questions
Platforms that facilitate and allow application developments for specific use cases and/or client requirements.
Providing the infrastructure to store and manage data.
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