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1. Why Machine Learning is Right for Your Supply Chain Strategy
(Technology)
Computers that manage your supply chain activities are processing the data that controls your supply chain. It’s been part and parcel of supply chain management for decades. But it wasn’t till the last ...
Created on 13 August 2018
2. What does crypto currency have to do with the supply chain?
(Management)
... location and transport to provide law enforcement the tools to impose controls. The monetary component to the VeChain is its own currency, the VET that is linked directly to the tracking process. It ...
Created on 12 March 2018
3. Privacy Policy
(Uncategorised)
...  be shared with the person or business that owns or controls this site. Opting out of receiving information from third parties will not affect our right to transfer your information to a new owner, but y ...
Created on 18 July 2017
4. IoT and 3D Printers are Invading the Supply Chain
(Technology)
... a lot of tight controls. Those lessons have gone mainstream as the world took notice and of the company’s strategies and success. And partly because of that expansion, the supply chain now extends to areas ...
Created on 19 October 2016
5. The Supply Chain is Everywhere
(Management)
... and a lot of tight controls. Those lessons have gone mainstream as the world took notice and of the company’s strategies and success. And partly because of that expansion, the supply chain now extends ...
Created on 29 February 2016
6. Enjoy Big Gains By Involving Your Smaller Vendors In Your EDI Process
(Retail)
... an automated electronic supply chain can reduce inefficiencies, streamline order processes, integrate payment and inventory systems and provide much-needed management controls. And, the right EDI service ...
Created on 18 May 2015
7. Supply Chain Risk Assessment
(News)
Supply chain risks are a little different animal than other types of risk your business may face. Their risk evaluations must be different, accordiing to John Cascone and Kate Ferrara from Deloitte in ...
Created on 10 April 2015
8. The Connected Car Is In View
(Technology)
... ment and streaming music; and cloud-connected voice-activated controls. Sprint Velocity is device-agnostic, supporting iOS and Android. This allows consumers to bring any device they choose into the ...
Created on 26 May 2014
9. Automotive Supply Chain Connections
(Integration)
... . The best chance of success is when your vendor also controls the B2B Gateway (sometimes called a VAN2). Other vital questions include the availability of a migration service and, as always in the auto ...
Created on 17 February 2014
10. Supply Chain Integration for Automotive Production (
(Integration)
... . The best chance of success is when your vendor also controls the B2B Gateway (sometimes called a VAN2). Other vital questions include the availability of a migration service and, as always in the auto ...
Created on 17 February 2014
11. The Supply Chain as US Congress
(Logistics)
... ess that prevails and controls the more global forward movement toward better outcomes. The attitude is similar to what we increasingly see in our US Congress where even if something may be of benefit to ...
Created on 18 November 2013
12. SCM Financial Analysis
(Management)
... ger or director. An important function for you is Management Controls – assigning responsibility for executing strategy. Management Controls need to include: (1) How responsibility is assigned and meas ...
Created on 23 September 2013
13. EDI VANs Are Undefined At Best
(EDI)
... e, called Tradacoms , were developed. These bodies adequately took care of controls for individual documents and multiple documents (mailbags, etc.), but nary a word about actual delivery to the trading partn ...
Created on 13 June 2013
14. What is CargoCap?
(Logistics)
... l aspect of CargoCap is the fully automated operation management. This applies to the control of the tracks, vehicles, switching and load turnover as well as the various safety controls. The operation ...
Created on 10 June 2013
15. BYOD & Mobile Device Challenges
(News)
Ben Cole, in a Search Complianace blog, writes about the twin challenges facing IT organizations: BYOD (bring your own devices) and mobile device security.There are many tradeoffs that need to be considered. ...
Created on 09 June 2013
16. It's Risky Out There
(Supply)
... and controls. An example might be a requirement that employees use an ID card to access certain areas of a facility to prevent unauthorized access. Strategy risks. These risks are assumed by a company ...
Created on 18 August 2012
17. It's Risky Out There
(Logistics)
... and controls. An example might be a requirement that employees use an ID card to access certain areas of a facility to prevent unauthorized access. Strategy risks. These risks are assumed by a company ...
Created on 18 August 2012
18. Supply Chain Security Is Only One Top of Mind Issue
(Technology)
...  to maintain operational infrastructure and systems (73%) Breaches in technology security or privacy (71%) Inability to acquire capital or financing (69%) Accounting, international controls and Sarbanes-Oxle ...
Created on 21 May 2012
19. Best Advice for Choosing a Drop Shipper: Be a Secret Shopper and Other Tips.
(Logistics)
... been shipped out. What quality controls measures regarding both the product itself, and the shipping services provided, do they employ? Do they ship overseas? How are returns handled? Establish fees ...
Created on 03 May 2012
20. Is the Cloud Secure?
(News)
You've signed a contract with a leading provider of cloud services, so every bit of information they process and store for you is secure, right? That may or may not be the case. Chris Potter on the ...
Created on 21 April 2012