Logistics & Marketplace Ops

Marketplaces, eCommerce shops, and business with logistics/coordination-heavy functions use LogicLoop to manage day to day operations. Your company is growing and operations is the first to go underwater. LogicLoop empowers operations people to quickly set up rules on top of company data to trigger alerts and workflows. Without LogicLoop, operators are often stuck refreshing dashboards and manually copy and pasting excel spreadsheets.
To get started, you'll first want to connect your company's data sources. This could be production databases like Postgres or MySQL, warehouses like Snowflake, Redshift or Big Query, or APIs. Once connected, you can use sample industry templates below as guidance to bootstrap your program. Contact us at [email protected] to access our full suite of templates.

Order volume drop

Detect if order volume is beneath a certain minimum threshold.
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Fire a PagerDuty alert for someone on your team to investigate.

Restock your inventory

Detect if inventory levels are low for any particular SKU.
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Then, automatically call your supplier's API to order more.

Alert if warehouse conditions are not optimal

Detect if the temperature or other conditions inside a warehouse are not optimal.
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Fire a Slack alert for a manager to review and adjust.

Expired stock or upcoming expiry

Detect if any stock is expiring soon.
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Then, email a manager to enact a discount or make plans for discarding expiring stock.

Alert customers of shipping delays

Select customers whose orders are delayed.
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For each customer, send them a text informing them shipping has been delayed but rest assured their order is on the way.

Adjust ad spend to balance supply and demand

Detect if supply or demand in any given area is low.
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Automatically call the Facebook Ads API to increase ad spend in that area to boost supply or demand.