Asiste, a Colombian startup that created a technological solution to speed up the logistics processes of companies, is growing on a large scale in Latin America.
In the wake of the pandemic, many companies saw the need and importance of finding efficient logistics solutions to drive their growth. Messaging, delivery and logistics services gained importance and became the best allies of both companies and ordinary people.
In this context, the logistics sector is strengthening and has grown 25% in Colombia and 28% globally, according to PriceWaterHouseCoopers (PwC). In particular, the concept of ‘uberization’ is gaining strength, andThis term is related to the tendency of companies to seek to outsource most of their production through different operators.
attend, It then developed a technology to provide a solution to the logistics processes of companies with a SaaS (software as a service) model. The startup is responsible for centralizing business assistance logistics activities by connecting suppliers, collaborators, and customers in one place. It also allows knowing in detail and in real time the location of those involved in this process, programming optimal routes, knowing in detail the time indicators and informing customers about the status of their services.
Its main innovation aims to democratize technology in the country’s logistics, through its app experience without an app. Thus, any company can provide all the information about its services to users in real time by means of SMS.
Asiste has achieved rapid growth in the region and currently works with 200 partner companies and has provided more than 2 million services in Colombia, Venezuela and Mexico.
“We plan to end 2021 tripling our growth compared to the previous year and strengthening our presence in other countries. The goal will be to consolidate ourselves as the most complete software and the largest network of assistance services in Colombia,” said Jessica Tabares, co-founder and COO of Asiste.
logistics solutions they have allowed organizations to reactivate more quickly and stimulate their business activity. In fact, it is projected that by 2025 the logistics sector will have an upward trend with revenues exceeding $350 million dollars worldwide.
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