Some would say that retailers, hauliers and warehousers make-up a community – making transport and logistics an obvious candidate for collaboration in the cloud. As well as co-ordinating procurement and delivery, hauliers can even use the cloud to find opportunities to fill empty lorries once their deliveries are made. Others in the chain benefit from the scalability of a pay-as-you-go SaaS, as customer demand is unpredictable.


  1. HP to deliver $100m Helion migration for logistics firm TNT

    Mar 16, 2015 Joe Curtis

    Hewlett-Packard’s latest contract could boost its declining Enterprise Services division

  2. SAP buys expenses cloud firm Concur for $8.3bn

    Sep 22, 2014 Rene Millman

    SAP shells out $8.3 billion for travel and expenses SaaS business

  3. Ford introducing big data to the motorway with new smart cars

    Jun 27, 2014 Alex Hamilton

    Big data and the internet of things are driving the change behind the way we will use our cars

  4. Aeroplane in the clouds

    Unisys unveils cloud-based airline accounting service

    Apr 30, 2014 Rene Millman

    Will keep track of cargo flying around the world

  5. Cloud Car

    Volvo trialing cloud-based car safety system

    Mar 24, 2014 Rene Millman

    Cloud pilot project will let car transmit road conditions to other vehicles


  1. Retailers reach out to cloud and sharpen the shopping experience

    Jun 23, 2011 Miya Knights

    Retail organisations are increasingly turning to cloud-based systems to help improve efficiencies and the ebbs and flows of demand

  2. Overcoming FUD: how to make cloud work for your supply chain

    Jun 17, 2011 Billy MacInnes

    It's not easy moving your supply chain system to the cloud but it can be done and the benefits are enormous

Case Studies

  1. Lush looks to the cloud to maintain its sustainability record

    May 1, 2012 Miya Knights

    Ethical cosmetics company can now collate data and report on its environmental impact with CloudApps software