A3logics

IT Consulting and Professional Services

4.78/5 (9 Reviews)
About A3logics
Since 2003, A3logics has gained a reputation of delivering quality services by delivering time critical solutions and continuously evolving through innovative delivery methods. We have a dedicated team of high-quality professionals who constantly work with diverse industrial...
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$25 - $49/hr
250 - 999
2003
United States, India
A3logics
IT Consulting and Professional Services
4.78/5 (9 Reviews)
2 Reviews
Client Reviews
EL KHALDIReviewed 4 weeks ago
Professional App Developers
Reviewed 4 weeks ago by EL KHALDI
Professional App Developers
A3logics worked with us to build a property management app for one of our in-house projects. And, I am happy to say that they are the best app developers for building both Android and iOS apps. The design ideas and improvements they suggested were simply awesome for our app. Our app allows the vendors, homeowners, property managers, and tenants to engage with each other at a one-stop place for property maintenance and repair tasks. A3 teams helped us by building a comprehensive solution with a robust payment gateway, chat support, and expenses view/download facility, The improvements their teams suggested like multiple user roles (homeowner, proper manager, etc), auto assigning of repair tickets to vendors and more in our project shows the breadth of experience they have which can be influential to any project success. At last, I would say they work passionately to turn things around in your favor no matter how complex project requirements are.

What do you like most about the company?

Technical expertise, explanation skills, and proactive support for clients. Would surely recommend them to partner businesses for app development needs.

What they should improve on?

I was unable to find any issues with their working methods.

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Services:
Mobile App Development
Project Budget:
$50001 to $200000
Project Duration:
48 Weeks
Project Status:
Completed
Michael PignataroReviewed 1 month ago
Excellent Web App Developers to Work With
Role: VP of Operations ' at at 'corePHP
Reviewed 1 month ago by Michael Pignataro
Role: VP of Operations ' at at 'corePHP
Excellent Web App Developers to Work With
We needed an intuitive, web-based loadboard solution where load carriers and shippers can easily register and sign agreements for freight movement from one location to another. A solution with multi-tenant architecture and cloud capabilities was needed to support our future expansion plans. Finding a team whose expert in SaaS projects was our priority, In A3logics we find our perfect match. We had an idea about their cloud expertise, as our teams have worked with them on some WordPress projects in the past. This was a high priority project and A3 teams didn't let us down. Their teams worked on the latest tech like Go, Node.js, Vue.js, and Google Cloud to get things done. Maintained excellent communication throughout the project cycle. Overall it was great working with their expert professionals.

What do you like most about the company?

On-time updates, excellent communication, responsive teams

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Reliability
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Services:
Web Development
Project Budget:
$50001 to $200000
Project Duration:
52 Weeks
Project Status:
Completed
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The global economy got severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Factories and businesses are temporarily closed due to a shortage of input materials from the suppliers, along with supporting the needs of their customers. Demand is also declining as most customers are staying and working from home and are facing a large-scale economic downturn. Even after this backdrop, the PMI i.e., the purchasing manager’s index for March 2020, slumped down severely in Europe and other parts of Southeast Asian countries. This confluence between the demand and supply eventually shocked the logistics sector so much. Many logistics companies are, however, threatened due to decreasing cargo volumes of the businesses. A host of operational challenges also increased during the pandemic and lockdown. Still, logistics are always needed, and the manufacturing and supply of essential products from food, medicine, test kits, to masks is facilitated with all possible measures. Experts even see logistics as one of the crucial recovery agents for the economy, and hence, the entire business sector is trying hard to keep the supply chains going on. Let us check in brief how logistics businesses worldwide are affecting the world during Coronavirus pandemic:The huge reduction is marked in the movements of raw materials and finished goods that are routed from the affected areas.Capacity limitations are experienced by regional hubs and global supply networks. Even if raw materials are available, they are being stuck. Finding alternative routes for supplies is difficult due to the global Coronavirus pandemic. Illnesses and quarantine guidelines are leading to a shortage of white and blue-collar labor. Customers are turning to online shopping due to being more cautious in purchasing non-essential items, as they fear they could expose to the potential virus. Hence, this is further burdening the logistics networks. The Coronavirus pandemic has brought a serious slowdown in the logistics sector. Though it cannot be said that it has gulped down the entire industry today, still, there should be some essential backup plans. Once the recovery would start, this sector will definitely experience the catching up demand when goods that will be delivered that has been stuck along the supply chain. 
The global economy got severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Factories and businesses are temporarily closed due to a shortage of input materials from the suppliers, along with supporting the needs of their customers. Demand is also declining as most customers are staying and working from home and are facing a large-scale economic downturn. Even after this backdrop, the PMI i.e., the purchasing manager’s index for March 2020, slumped down severely in Europe and other parts of Southeast Asian countries. This confluence between the demand and supply eventually shocked the logistics sector so much. Many logistics companies are, however, threatened due to decreasing cargo volumes of the businesses. A host of operational challenges also increased during the pandemic and lockdown. Still, logistics are always needed, and the manufacturing and supply of essential products from food, medicine, test kits, to masks is facilitated with all possible measures. Experts even see logistics as one of the crucial recovery agents for the economy, and hence, the entire business sector is trying hard to keep the supply chains going on. Let us check in brief how logistics businesses worldwide are affecting the world during Coronavirus pandemic:The huge reduction is marked in the movements of raw materials and finished goods that are routed from the affected areas.Capacity limitations are experienced by regional hubs and global supply networks. Even if raw materials are available, they are being stuck. Finding alternative routes for supplies is difficult due to the global Coronavirus pandemic. Illnesses and quarantine guidelines are leading to a shortage of white and blue-collar labor. Customers are turning to online shopping due to being more cautious in purchasing non-essential items, as they fear they could expose to the potential virus. Hence, this is further burdening the logistics networks. The Coronavirus pandemic has brought a serious slowdown in the logistics sector. Though it cannot be said that it has gulped down the entire industry today, still, there should be some essential backup plans. Once the recovery would start, this sector will definitely experience the catching up demand when goods that will be delivered that has been stuck along the supply chain. 

The global economy got severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Factories and businesses are temporarily closed due to a shortage of input materials from the suppliers, along with supporting the needs of their customers. Demand is also declining as most customers are staying and working from home and are facing a large-scale economic downturn. 

Even after this backdrop, the PMI i.e., the purchasing manager’s index for March 2020, slumped down severely in Europe and other parts of Southeast Asian countries. This confluence between the demand and supply eventually shocked the logistics sector so much. Many logistics companies are, however, threatened due to decreasing cargo volumes of the businesses. A host of operational challenges also increased during the pandemic and lockdown. 

Still, logistics are always needed, and the manufacturing and supply of essential products from food, medicine, test kits, to masks is facilitated with all possible measures. Experts even see logistics as one of the crucial recovery agents for the economy, and hence, the entire business sector is trying hard to keep the supply chains going on. 

Let us check in brief how logistics businesses worldwide are affecting the world during Coronavirus pandemic:

  • The huge reduction is marked in the movements of raw materials and finished goods that are routed from the affected areas.
  • Capacity limitations are experienced by regional hubs and global supply networks. Even if raw materials are available, they are being stuck. Finding alternative routes for supplies is difficult due to the global Coronavirus pandemic. 
  • Illnesses and quarantine guidelines are leading to a shortage of white and blue-collar labor. 
  • Customers are turning to online shopping due to being more cautious in purchasing non-essential items, as they fear they could expose to the potential virus. Hence, this is further burdening the logistics networks. 

The Coronavirus pandemic has brought a serious slowdown in the logistics sector. Though it cannot be said that it has gulped down the entire industry today, still, there should be some essential backup plans. Once the recovery would start, this sector will definitely experience the catching up demand when goods that will be delivered that has been stuck along the supply chain. 

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A3logics
Suite 300 - 5857 owens Ave., Carlsbad, California 92008
United States
1-510-404-8049
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H1-376, Sitapura Industrial Area, Sitapura, , Jaipur, Rajasthan 302022
India
(+91)-895-518-5566
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