Analysis of Sparkasse Bank Malta's Impact on the Logistics and Supply Chain Tech Industry

At Sparkasse Bank Malta, they are all about helping businesses succeed. They do this through their innovative banking solutions and advisory services. The bank is also committed to supporting the Maltese economy by participating in economic development projects on the island. But what does it mean for logistics and supply chain tech?

The article “Analysis of Sparkasse Bank Malta’s Impact on the Logistics and Supply Chain Tech Industry” discusses how an investment banker views the market for logistics and supply chain tec. The banker in question is Christian Busch, the founder and managing director of CUB Consulting. In his analysis, Busch breaks down the market into five different categories:

Enablers: These companies make it easier for businesses to operate by providing them with technology or software that streamlines their processes. Some examples include SAP, Oracle and Microsoft.

Supply Chain Platforms: These companies manage the movement of goods for businesses by providing them with tools to track their inventory or shipments in real-time. Some examples include Freightos, Shipwire and us.

Logistics Management Systems (LMS): These are software solutions logistics service providers use to plan and optimise their operations. Some examples include DHL, FedEx and UPS.

Technology Providers: These companies provide logistics service providers with technology solutions such as a global tracking platform or predictive analytics for demand forecasting. Examples include GlobeRanger Technologies, Verisk Analytics and SkyBitz Solutions.

Industry Specialists: These companies provide logistics service providers with specialised technology solutions. Some examples include AGE Solutions, AT&T and Geopost Technology Services Ltd.

In his analysis, Busch also provides a basic overview of what to expect from each category in the future. For example, he believes that supply chain platforms will continue benefiting from their close relationships with logistics service providers and technology companies to grow at an impressive rate. They are projected to increase by 24% over the next three years. On the other hand, Busch believes that industry specialists will struggle as more and more companies start to offer their technology solutions. They are expected to lose 18% of their market share over the next three years. Read article here: