ZeKju joins forces with Bosch L.OS: Learn more about our partnership at the transport logistic 2023 exhibition
ZeKju will join the Bosch L.OS platform, providing platform users with messenger-based communication. Bosch L.OS – the new Logistics Operating System – aims at becoming the leading platform for digital services in the field of logistics and transportation.
We are excited about becoming part of Bosch’s ambitious efforts to accelerate Transport and Logistics digitalization. And just as important, we are very much looking forward to working more with the great people behind Bosch L.OS. It is a great pleasure to cooperate with a team that shares our vision of app-free, digital communication!
We will offer platform customers our transport communication services. In addition, we will partner with other platform players to complement their services with messenger-based communication. Both, Bosch L.OS and ZeKju are leveraging Amazon Web Services to deliver the best possible services.
Visit us at the transport logistic 2023 exhibition in Hall A3 – Booth 616 to learn more about ZeKju’s messenger-based communication and meet the Bosch L.OS team in the same hall A3 at Booth 225/326.
About Bosch L.OS – Logistics Operating System
Bosch is collaborating with the US cloud provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) and service providers from the logistics sector to increase efficiency and sustainability in the transport and logistics industry by advancing the digitization of logistics processes. The platform, which will also be launched in Germany in mid-2023 under the name Logistics Operating System, or Bosch L.OS for short, will facilitate smooth interaction between a variety of services and data, enabling transportation and logistics companies to benefit much more from the opportunities of digitalization without having to set up their own resource- and cost-intensive IT projects.
On the one hand, Bosch L.OS will offer a marketplace that is open to all providers of digital solutions and value-added services for logistics fleets. On the other hand, the platform will enable the smooth exchange of data between previously separate solutions. Companies in the logistics sector benefit from this, for example, through greater transparency about the utilization and condition of their fleet, efficiency gains in operational processes, and cost savings in the provision of their services.