Today, when smartphones are becoming more and more part of our lives, digital transformation has accelerated. We have now come to use the phones to get information, to shop, to find our way, to watch our sports activities, and even to make quick payments, rather than talking. Today, more than 70% of the searches made on the internet search engines are started to be made from smart mobile phones.
This location-based service application, led by UBER, which set out in 2010 with the slogan of “Car with a driver for you at any place and at any time”, has become so widespread that the transformation in the logistics sector has also gained momentum.
The concept of “marketplace” in e-commerce as we know it; Embedding the concepts of “real-time, location-based, match-to-expectations”, Uber also started to radically change the basics of trade management that we are accustomed to with this value-added service it created.
Uberization; From e-commerce to traffic management, from health to accommodation, from private lessons to home care services, from repair services to renovation needs, from shopping to communication, from sending and receiving cargo to supply chain management, personal tour-tour organizations and supply chain management, it enters our lives in hundreds of areas that you cannot even think of.
In this new business model; Service-product requesters come together with service and product providers in real-time and location-based digital meeting platforms supported by smart phones, they trade securely between them and share their customer experiences with each other.
Digitalization brings confidence, speed and agility to all areas of commerce. It allows the exchange between the parties to be made with global standards. With digitalization, universality and global standards come into play.
Today, our smartphones, which are in every aspect of our lives, are turning into a high-level customer experience where we can control driving and pricing, make payments, follow the route while on the road, make sure that we are on the right route when we are traveling in an unknown place for the first time, and can give positive and negative references to the driver. .
1/3 of the world trade volume goes to logistics and supply chain management processes. With Uberization growing in logistics, the economic impact is likely to be much greater.
With the artificial intelligence supported business models it has developed, TIRPORT acts as an intermediary for the Logistics sector to touch Industry 4.0.
With TIRPORT, which we launched at the beginning of 2017 as the product of a development process of approximately 2.5 years, we aim to be the meeting platform of Cargo Carriers, Freight Carrier Logistics companies and 1.2 million individual truckers, the most important pillar of the Turkish logistics industry.
On the one hand, we bring together and bring together Freight Payers and Cargo Carriers on a digital platform, on the other hand, we can serve as a special Logistics ERP by including truckers in the value chain with Mobile Applications so that both freight forwarders and freight carriers can effectively manage their current transportation processes.
“Your load is safe with TIRPORT…”