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1. Real-Time Collaborative Logistics Platform
...  and perform countless redundant and manual tasks.   Turvo simplifies complexity with one cloud platform that makes it easy to connect and securely share information with anyone, anywhere. The platform ...
Created on 12 November 2018
2. Privacy Policy
... place and not to divulge it to anyone. Also remember to sign off your account and close your browser window when you have finished your visit. This ensures that others cannot access your account, especia ...
Created on 18 July 2017
3. Trends Driving Supply Chain Change
Anyone who's been around supply chains over the past few years realizes they've become increasingly digital. 4 big trends are in play that will shape the supply chain in the coming years, according to Pune ...
Created on 27 September 2016
4. Big Data Rules in the Supply Chain
... ting specific tasks completed. Category 1 should be no mystery to anyone involved in supply chain activities. What's different now from just a few years ago is that this data can be retained far longe ...
Created on 07 June 2016
5. Followup on Finish Line Project Issues
... n the subject and it's fascinating to see the different perspectives.Anyone who's participated in a big tech implementation can appreciate the insights. Read them HERE. ...
Created on 02 May 2016
6. Big Data from EDI Can Make Predictions
EDI is a significant source of big data. Of course that's no shock to anyone dealing with data storage or a VAN bill, but when you consider the volume of transactions and the number or companies involved ...
Created on 15 March 2016
7. New Data on Big Data
There's evidence out there that businesses are getting a lot of Big Data projects off the ground. That's the good news- the bad is that the results aren't blowing anyone away yet.On the CIO site, Thor Olavs ...
Created on 01 March 2016
8. A Cloud ERP Case Study
... o Callegari to glean the learnings from their project. They should have a familiar ring to anyone who's been through an ERP project, cloud or otherwise. Read about it HERE. ...
Created on 13 February 2016
9. Traits of a Successful CPO
...  traits they have in common.Although some might think that possession of all of them would qualify one for sainthood, they'd also help anyone wanting success in a supply chain leadership role. Check th ...
Created on 01 February 2016
10. Cheezborgers Anyone?
OK, I'll bite... what does the procurement function have in common with Saturday Night Live? It's a tenuous connection at best, but the supply chain must be able to offer customers more than just 'cheezborgers'.It ...
Created on 07 December 2015
11. Using Behavior to Your Advantage
... What I learned in Chi walking is you walk based on the pace and gait that is right for you. It doesn’t matter if the pace is right for anyone else. I am short, and therefore my gait is short. Chi walking ...
Created on 04 December 2015
12. Outsourcing EDI Is The Way To Go, Says Expert
... if your business is going to outsource its EDI needs, be certain to perform your due diligence prior to hiring anyone, warns Davis. Be sure to hire a company with a “good reputation within the EDI community,” ...
Created on 05 October 2015
13. Congestion Everywhere!
Anyone who spends time on the road knows that congestion is not only a fact of modern life, but also that it's getting worse. It's not just traffic, though- congestion strikes across the supply chain a ...
Created on 20 July 2015
14. Procurement Mojo Anyone?
Procurement is the 'Rodney Dangerfield of the organization'? Haven't heard that one, but it makes sense if you look at the traditional view of the function.The folks at Sourcing Innovation have identified ...
Created on 25 June 2015
15. Uber Model Could Wreak Uber Upheaval In Supply Chain Logistics
... of a person via smartphone that a needs a ride, it sends out a notice to drivers in the customer’s vicinity to see if anyone wants to accept the fare. “Uber has tapped into a smartphone-based version” ...
Created on 28 May 2015
16. When The Weather Gets Rough, Retail Goes Omni-Channel To Survive
... of the buying experience so anyone, ranging from the individual consumer to multi-national corporations, can buy what they want, when they want, weather and location be dammed. According to Applied ...
Created on 06 May 2015
17. Sharing POS Data Can Deliver Benefits to Retailers
... own products better than anyone else. POS data can deliver many benefits See how well all the items on your shelves sell, and adjust purchasing levels. Sales history can adjust for seasonal purchasing ...
Created on 04 May 2015
18. Should EDI be outsourced?
... along the supply chain that create risks and uncertainty. In Deloitte’s report 'The Ripple Effect', supply chain hazards of import to the CIO and anyone else charged with overseeing a company’s supply chai ...
Created on 15 April 2015
19. Explanation of EDI and How It Came To Be
... ior management level business line professionals, and anyone with 'supply chain' in their title talk about electronic data interchange (EDI), they are not just talking about ANSI x12 or EDIFACT data stand ...
Created on 13 March 2015
20. Eliminate Friction
Frictionless commerce, anyone? According to Lisa Pearson on the Internet Retailer site, that's the future of retail and the winners will be those who can pull it off.Whether it's providing an omnichann ...
Created on 24 December 2014