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1. Transportation Industry Needs to Make Changes
(News)
Changes in the transportation industry, including advances in technology, are testing shipper, reports JOC.com. Legacy systems can no longer meet customers demands and the industry will need to implement ...
Created on 24 September 2018
2. Voice is the new interface
(Logistics)
... in which it expects its customers to see improvements: Productivity Accuracy Training time Safety Employee satisfaction Each of these areas has its own legacy uses that because they have ...
Created on 11 September 2018
3. Digital Technology Set for Supply Chain Revolution
(News)
According to Harvard Business Review, the limitations of legacy technologies is hindering end to end transparency in the supply chain for many businesses. However, new digital technologies could soon revolutionize ...
Created on 18 June 2018
4. 3 Ways Retail Stores Can Survive In The Age Of Amazon & E-Commerce
(Retail)
... to avoid losing it in the midst of change. “IKEA, Walmart and other retailers are struggling to catch up with online venues, focusing on creating a brand experience that has less to do with the legacy ...
Created on 02 April 2018
5. 4 Easy Replenishment Ideas that Adapt to the Digital Age
(News)
... he death of 'brick and mortar' point to the failure of retail technologies to adapt the digital age. Legacy forecasting and replenishment systems do not have the technology needed to adapt fast enough to ...
Created on 30 August 2017
6. You Are Only As Strong As Your Supply Chain
(Supply)
... legacy ERP systems and related legacy technologies. Today's trading networks are growing more complex. The number of companies involved in the typical manufacturing supply chain may be in the thousands ...
Created on 05 January 2016
7. Are ERP Systems Dinosaurs?
(News)
Remember when ERP systems represented 'new' technology? Could it be that they're now the legacy dinosaurs of IT?Companies are popping up all over that offer an alternative to 'traditional' ERP, accord ...
Created on 17 December 2015
8. The Old Ball & Chain
(News)
Is legacy thinking holding back your supply chain? The Supply Chain Shaman thinks so.Lora Cecere provides a breakdown of a recent presentation on where she feels supply chains are headed over the next ...
Created on 24 November 2015
9. Manufacturers Take the ERP Plunge
(News)
Not every manufacturer is up and running on an ERP. Some smaller shops still use Quickbooks, while others depend upon legacy systems that have been cobbled together over the years.On the Manufacturing ...
Created on 24 September 2015
10. Cloud Myths Debunked
(News)
Last time we looked, there were 4 'Cloud Myths' that needed to be debunked. Now there are 10! I guess that's a sign that 'cloud' is moving along the Gartner hype cycle.In a Forbes article, Gartner's David ...
Created on 09 March 2015
11. How ERP, CRM and SCM Fit Together
(Integration)
... Yes, you could get the data for your Supply Chain systems from legacy systems (bet that  means spreadsheets!). Seems like you should install ERP before anything else. Most ERP vendors offer SCM modules, ...
Created on 06 March 2015
12. Cloud and the Budget
(News)
There is a dizzying array of potential ways that cloud technology can be deployed. They're not only a challenge to keep straight technically, but your IT group may also find that budgeting for it may be ...
Created on 27 February 2015
13. Time to Replace Your ERP?
(News)
If you're still on your legacy ERP system, it might be time to look into replacing it. There are several factors that could push you in that direction, but the good news is that the range of options ha ...
Created on 19 February 2015
14. Your Consumers Are Going Digital - Are You?
(Management)
... face the same issues. Integrating legacy systems with new ones: Finding the properly trained employees to manage the changes Taking advantage of the lowering costs of computing Transforming our ...
Created on 01 December 2014
15. When Supply Chains Merge: Mistakes To Avoid
(Integration)
... stake 2: Trying to consolidate systems too soon Assessing the legacy supply chains requires consistent data. Legacy systems could/might go on for quite a while. Instead, look for tools to consolidate trans ...
Created on 20 October 2014
16. What Happens After Walmart?
(Management)
... . The trend of big-box retailers decimating local retailers is now part of our legacy. Rising in its wake is the growing prevalence of online retailing. And as these online and big-box showcasing grow o ...
Created on 10 October 2014
17. Can Your ERP Handle New Tech?
(News)
New technologies in the business world don't just generate spontaneously. They usually need a strong base of transactional data on which their growth can be based. If that's the case, it's your ERP that ...
Created on 24 September 2014
18. Supply Chain Intelligence: Using Your Visibility To Reduce Supply Chain Costs
(Blogs)
...  (all this increased visibility does is expose problems and opportunities. Bridge the blind spots and company silos as well as reduce current gaps in internal and legacy systems.  The end result i ...
Created on 18 June 2014
19. Automotive Supply Chain Connections
(Integration)
... ts and eliminating inefficient legacy infrastructure. It is an excellent opportunity for an innovative B2B vendor to shine. Some of the B2B requirements are: (1) a strong B2B gateway (VAN2) able to support p ...
Created on 17 February 2014
20. Supply Chain Integration for Automotive Production (
(Integration)
... ts and eliminating inefficient legacy infrastructure. It is an excellent opportunity for an innovative B2B vendor to shine. Some of the B2B requirements are: (1) a strong B2B gateway (VAN2) able to support p ...
Created on 17 February 2014