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1. Pam Baker
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Pam Baker, Contributor, Pam Baker is a veteran freelance writer with many published credits in leading business and tech publications. She is the author of several books and ebooks, the latest of which ...
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2. Autonomous Trucks are Coming
According to Forbes, Amazon and other large retailers will push the uses of autonomous trucks as a way to keep their supply chain moving.   Read the article onForbes  ...
Created on 19 November 2018
3. Brace for the Rush
... online purchases. For its part, Amazon is trying to get ahead of the game by offering free shipping for the rest of the year to every customer. That means buyers that don’t spend the usual $25 minimum ...
Created on 05 November 2018
4. Voice is the new interface
If you have an Amazon Alexa or Google Home device in your home or office it’s no surprise that voice command has become powerful and accurate. But for the most part voice is still part of the consumer ...
Created on 11 September 2018
5. Supply Chain Tech Needs Disruption
The supply chain is at a point where it is in need of digital disruption, reports Forbes. While Wal-mart and Amazon are building their own logistics and supply chain platforms there are edging out other ...
Created on 30 July 2018
6. 3 Ways Retail Stores Can Survive In The Age Of Amazon & E-Commerce
... during the rise of e-commerce, led by Amazon. Some of those still in business are attempting to improve their online capabilities as a way to compete better in the changing landscape. Walmart, for example, ...
Created on 02 April 2018
7. Amazon Freight Looms on the Horizon
According to Supply Chain Dive, Amazon’s announcement that it will soon offer its own shipping service has made many in the freight world nervous. Read the article onSupply Chain Dive  ...
Created on 13 February 2018
8. Tracking in the Warehouse
... the difference between delivering the order and missing. And that’s the issue Amazon seems to be tackling with its latest patent. Ultrasonic wristbands may seem like overkill, and even overly intrusive ...
Created on 05 February 2018
9. Amazon Looks To Improve Efficiency
Amazon has received a patent for a wearable that will allow them to gauge the workers location and picking accuracy.   Read the article onSupply Chain Dive  ...
Created on 05 February 2018
10. Amazon Tests New Shipping & Storage Program
According to Chain Storage Age, Amazon is testing FBA onsite, which is a pilot program that offers sellers access to a shipping and warehouse program. Currently, the program is by invite only.   Read ...
Created on 30 January 2018
11. Amazon Go - It’s all about the back end
The first consumer available Amazon Go store opened and every grocery cashier is looking at their paycheck. Well that’s probably an overstatement and in fact Amazon has been testing its Go concept on its ...
Created on 22 January 2018
12. Stop Rushing The Holidays! Try A Year-Round Retail Brand Experience Instead
The 2017 holiday season saw a significant increase in shopping, with nearly 80% of U.S. holiday shoppers buying gifts from Amazon, more than any other top retailer. Feeling the pressure to stay ahead of ...
Created on 19 December 2017
13. Online Holiday Shoppers May Break Distribution Channels
... the standard rather than an extra cost option. Certainly Amazon’s Prime membership has ingrained the 2-day delivery mantra into shoppers’ psyches even if they don’t recognize the yearly membership fee ...
Created on 27 November 2017
14. The Supply Chain is Evolving
Amazon and customer expectations are driving significant changes in the supply chain, reports Specifically automation, the more automation that can be used the faster the supply chain will be. ...
Created on 31 October 2017
15. Disruption of Globalization and Supply Chain
... Many multinational corporations are struggling to compete in developing countries.   Look at Amazon’s struggle in China. Market research firm Euromonitor estimated that Amazon had a 1.3% share of ...
Created on 16 October 2017
16. It’s a Bird, it’s a Plane, it’s a Walmart Blimp!
... may be Walmart who mixes and matches blimps, drones, mechanized warehousing, and wireless communication to bring near-instant delivery to the masses and do better than Amazon’s Prime 2 day delivery service. ...
Created on 13 September 2017
17. The Rise of Logistics Tech Activates Entrepreneurs
... warehouse centers, and more. With companies like Amazon, Google and UPS already set-up for drone delivery and NASA currently plotting out acceptable flight paths for them, you will see even more calls ...
Created on 30 August 2017
18. Walmart - The NEW Mandate
... was. Now the retailer is making another mandate to its suppliers. But this time it’s not about what but where. Amazon’s Web Services (AWS) has been the go-to supplier of cloud based software deployments ...
Created on 25 August 2017
19. Digital Transformation in the Supply Chain
The consumer world seems overwhelmingly digital. From smartphones and smartwatches to IoT devices like thermostats and Amazon Alexa we’re constantly and instantly connected. But what about the supply ...
Created on 13 August 2017
20. Amazon & WalMart By The Numbers
If you want to know what's going on with supply chains you could do worse than to take a look at 2 of the heavyweights with whom we're all familiar: Amazon and WalMart.Dan Gilmore from Supply Chain Dige ...
Created on 29 March 2017