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1. Cecil T. Wulfe - Observations and rants
... and the information contained in the various transactions. Cecil travels the US (usually by car), visiting his clients and sampling the local culinary treats along the way. He is an advocate for his ...
Created on 26 December 2011
2. Supply chain logistics are increasingly integrated with ERP systems
There was a time when supply chain software was tightly focused on managing the transactions that went into processing orders. The software providers were specialized in EDI transactions - data files formatted ...
Created on 03 December 2018
3. IBM on Two Fronts
... to process (minutes rather than nanoseconds) and the computing horsepower needed to process those transactions. IBM’s TradeLens product is a blockchain based transport system that has the processing speed ...
Created on 29 October 2018
4. Alibaba, the Supply Chain, and Changes in China
... in China was cheap but not easily accessible. Transactions were only available if a company had existing connections in China or could afford to make them. This meant taking 18-hour flights, hiring fluent ...
Created on 22 October 2018
5. The Business Benefits of Integrating Blockchain in Global Supply Chains
... this enormous global network run smoothly is no easy feat, and the current lack of a single system to manage all supply chain transactions and processes has led to significant issues in terms of data latency ...
Created on 24 September 2018
6. How Global Trade Blockchain Platforms Could Help Streamline Freight Movements from Cargo Ship to Big Rig to Your Door
... flow of goods, records, and transactions is possible between different shipping mediums. Seamless integration between networks would allow blockchain platforms to provide maximum efficiency, while catering ...
Created on 17 September 2018
7. What’s Cloud Got To Do With It?
... companies that created electronic networks before the internet became widely available. Their main purpose was to provide connections between trading partners. As part of that service they stored the transactions ...
Created on 05 September 2018
8. Yes, There is a Trend
... more general use as a secure way to store transactions for business. Certainly the security of order and transport information is important and if companies are able to address latency and processing cost ...
Created on 28 August 2018
9. Why Machine Learning is Right for Your Supply Chain Strategy
... through the ever-accumulating transactions in ways previously thought impossible, and in speeds unimaginable till recently. Here are just a few of the ways you can put machine learning to work on improving ...
Created on 13 August 2018
10. When will blockchain overrun the supply chain?
... transactions are recorded then duplicated across some number (possibly thousands) of locations that can be located anywhere. The fact that transactions are identified only by an account number means that ...
Created on 31 July 2018
11. Is Blockchain the Answer… to Everything Supply Chain?
... server can be rebuilt from the copies on the others. It’s safe against data breach because the transactions are annonymous. In many cases the transactions stored in blockchain servers are unencrypted ...
Created on 07 May 2018
12. eCommerce Sales Grew 16% in 2017; Online Fraud Soared 30%
... fraud: 72% of businesses cite fraud as a growing concern, 71% admit to denying more transactions than they should, and 84% believe the need for fraud risk mitigation could be reduced if they were certain ...
Created on 07 May 2018
13. Expanded Payment Options Can Help Merchants Boost Customer Loyalty and Satisfaction
...    About Chargebacks911: Chargebacks911, known as The Chargeback Company in Europe, safeguards over 2.4 billion online transactions every year, representing clients in 87 different countries. It is ...
Created on 16 April 2018
14. Data drives the supply chain but data storage can cripple yours
Your manufacturing, shipping, warehousing, and retail channels are all perking along just fine. You have a great team handling your EDI transactions and managing exceptions and your trading partner relationships ...
Created on 09 April 2018
15. AI is now a necessity
Supply chain transactions, mostly in the form of EDI transactions, generate huge amounts of data. But the advent of IoT devices, RFID tags, and retail sales transactions are making what seemed to be ...
Created on 20 March 2018
16. What does crypto currency have to do with the supply chain?
... tags to monetary transactions so that products can be tracked reliably from point of origin to final destination, and to consumption. VeChain hasn’t yet been fully adopted as the new standard but there ...
Created on 12 March 2018
17. Sustainability in the Chain
... materials? Look into their past performance to guide your investigations. How easily can you audit the events in your supply chain? International transactions are subject to audits as multiple stages. ...
Created on 05 March 2018
18. Rethink Fraud Strategy as Average Merchant’s Costs Climb to $15.5 Million
... card-not-present (CNP) fraud. In a recent survey of CFOs, 64% reported an increase in both the number and dollar amount of chargebacks linked to CNP transactions. Among eCommerce companies, that number ...
Created on 19 February 2018
19. Amazon Go - It’s all about the back end
... price sticker and was manually keyed in at checkout time. In fact there are plenty of self-checkout lines in grocery stores where consumers scan their own goods and handle their own payment transactions. ...
Created on 22 January 2018
20. Managing the supplier relationship makes business better
... the fact that actual individuals make up the companies on either side of the transactions. But it’s when things don’t go exactly as planned that those people have to get involved and resolve the issues ...
Created on 15 January 2018