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1. What's Amazon Up To?
(Management)
... Some examples:   • Amazon Prime raised the stakes for shipping cost transparency and value-added services. • Amazon Web Services (AWS) has had enormous impact across the spectrum of businesses, ...
Created on 17 February 2016
2. How Much Does an EDI Transaction Cost?
(EDI)
... hardware, services, such as a value-added network (VAN) on which transactions will run, EDI charge-backs and deductions, and more. Companies may also want to compare their existing EDI implementation with ...
Created on 23 November 2015
3. The Value Add Makes the VAN
(EDI)
Value-Added Networks (VANs) have been around for more than 30 years. But today’s VAN is definitely not your father’s VAN. VANs have evolved from simply being a managed network on which to exchange EDI ...
Created on 24 September 2015
4. 6 Ways EDI Removes Barriers to Commerce with Trading Partners
(EDI)
... n of store-and-forward EDI systems via a cloud based system can ensure that the legal relationship between EDI providers (value-added network services, or VANS) and their customers is streamlined. Usi ...
Created on 24 October 2014
5. What is Amazon Supply Doing?
(Blogs)
... see what has changed. A couple key points were made in the article: process is extremely important in the B2B space, and high-touch value-added services likewise mean a lot. There’s no doubt Amazon Supply ...
Created on 14 May 2014
6. Taxes and Legislation in South Africa and Mexico on E-Invoicing
(Management)
... pertaining to electronic services, effective April 1. As of that date, digital products and services will be subject to a 14 percent VAT (value-added tax). While the National Treasury has still not clarified ...
Created on 31 March 2014
7. IoT Picks up Steam
(News)
The Internet of Things topic continues to pick up steam. Gartner has published a report that indicates how much growth we'll see and what it means.Trust me, this is just the beginning. Read Ben Rossi's ...
Created on 06 February 2014
8. Focus on Hubs – One ofThree Types of EDI Customers
(EDI)
...  called VAS (value added services) such as SPS Commerce. EDI data has historically been exchanged between business partners through value-added network services (VANS), employing a simple hub-and-spok ...
Created on 20 November 2013
9. EDI VANs Are Undefined At Best
(EDI)
... s born. Telenet represented the first value-added network, or VAN — so named because of the extras it offered beyond the basic service of linking computers. The brainchild of Larry Roberts, Telenet linked c ...
Created on 13 June 2013
10. 7PL Logistics Update
(Logistics)
... e company offers all the required services? They continue to sub-contract to 3PLs but they also own significant assets. They provide those value-added services that a 4PL provides. It is a total outsour ...
Created on 04 March 2013
11. Automate to Reduce Your Supply Chain Costs
(Blogs)
... Notices (ASN), and accept electronic invoices. Those electronic documents eliminate huge amounts of non-value-added manual labor, and if you’ve already taken that path you’re moving in the right direction. ...
Created on 06 February 2013
12. Is Amazon Making Waves?
(News)
Are 'traditional' industrial distributors quaking in their boots over the entry of Amazon Supply into their space? Or is Amazon only a price play with no value-add?In a Supply House Times article, Eri ...
Created on 12 January 2013
13. How 3PLs Can Differentiate Themselves in a Crowded Market
(Logistics)
... professionalism. The development and implementation of value-added, technology-based services and solutions is the best way for 3PLs to differentiate themselves from the competition and reduce pressure ...
Created on 31 July 2012
14. How 3PLs Can Differentiate Themselves in a Crowded Market
(Logistics)
... professionalism. The development and implementation of value-added, technology-based services and solutions is the best way for 3PLs to differentiate themselves from the competition and reduce pressure ...
Created on 31 July 2012
15. How 3PLs Can Differentiate Themselves in a Crowded Market
(Supply)
... professionalism. The development and implementation of value-added, technology-based services and solutions is the best way for 3PLs to differentiate themselves from the competition and reduce pressure ...
Created on 31 July 2012
16. The Amazon Effect on Distributors
(Supply)
... difference between ‘price’ and ‘cost’. The Amazon brand and pricing may be enough for price-shoppers, but they have a lot of ground to cover to compete on the wide range of value-adds provided by best-in-class ...
Created on 10 July 2012
17. The New Consumer - How To Get More Walletshar
(Retail)
... retailers still want to keep that brand experience in front of them as much as possible.” Verette says retailers would be better served to focus on providing as much value-added content as possible to ...
Created on 22 March 2012
18. The New Consumer - How To Get More Walletshare
(Retail)
... still want to keep that brand experience in front of them as much as possible.” Verette says retailers would be better served to focus on providing as much value-added content as possible to give shoppers ...
Created on 22 March 2012
19. What is a 7PL?
(Logistics)
... Let's quickly review these definitions: Among the services 3PLs provide are transportation, warehousing, cross-docking, inventory management, packaging/repackaging, and freight forwarding. Examples of value-adde ...
Created on 13 March 2012
20. What is a 7PL?
(Supply)
...  of value-added services also provided by 3PL providers might include: (1) pick and pack; (2) marking, tagging, and labeling; (3) product returns and reverse distribution; (4) salvage and scrap disposal ...
Created on 13 March 2012