Scott Koegler

Scott Koegler

Scott Koegler is Executive Editor for PMG360. He is a technology writer and editor with 20+ years experience delivering high value content to readers and publishers. 

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Unhook Your Supply Chain

The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a buzzword in the tech space over recent years. For the supply chain, it is transforming many aspects, starting from asset tracking to management of inventory and fleet operations. Experts predict that 15 billion more devices will come online in the next decade. These devices can tell supply chain managers where the assets are, help the companies eliminate logistics bottlenecks and enhance the quality of products. Sadly, some limitations have made the deployment of IoT challenging. The limitations are mainly to do with wired and conventional/disposable battery-powered solutions. However, with the technologies like wireless power, the supply chain will be transformed for the better, closing the gap and allowing supply chain managers more insight into the product conditions and how safety and quality might be affected.

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These Are the Most Common and In-Demand Supply Chain Job Titles

Supply chain management is one of the fast-growing fields. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics projections, there will be a growth of over 5% in jobs in the supply chain management and logistics field between 2018 and 2028. Given the recent developments and the impact of COVID-19 on supply chains, the field is expected to grow even faster than anticipated as shopping moves online. This means that the number of employees in this industry will rise during this period. The jobs in this industry are evolving fast, forcing government agencies to change their methods of tracking employment data. For organizations and individuals, staying up to date with the job market will be useful in developing learning strategies and objectives. These are the most common and in-demand supply chain job titles you should look to this year.

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It May Be Possible to Work Around Supply Chain Problems

Now more than ever, time is the most precious commodity. Customers don’t like their time getting wasted through the instability of the supply chain. While there is no doubt that the supply chain has significantly evolved, they have faced the most difficult time during the pandemic than ever witnessed. As we begin a new year, 2022, there are new challenges that companies must tackle to remain competitive in the transport and logistics as well as e-commerce spaces. This is even as the customers want their items delivered on time and in the right state. While there are many challenges that one may face, it may be possible to work around these supply chain problems. Here are some of the ways you can do this.

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