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Data Collection Tools Can Help With New FDA Compliance Rules

by Meagan Douglas on Thu, Oct 31, 2013

In an effort to protect animals, the FDA is making new, more strict laws for pet food manufacturers. According to NBC News, the Food and Drug Administration's Food Safety Modernization Act will require companies that make pet food and animal feed to implement hazard analysis and sanitation processes. Many companies will need to shore up their standards and food tracking and tracing processes; an automated data collection tools can help with these efforts.

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Topics: Government Compliance

Supply Chain Data Collection Can Help Improve Urban Logistics

by Meagan Douglas on Mon, Oct 28, 2013

 

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Topics: Mobile Data Collection

Study Shows Mobile App and Digital Technology Essential for Businesses to Thrive

by Meagan Douglas on Mon, Oct 28, 2013

 

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Topics: Field Applications

Protecting Your Supply Chain from Cyberattacks

by Meagan Douglas on Fri, Oct 25, 2013

Companies must be sure they are getting the best possible technological solution for their supply chain-based business. A recent report from Guy Carpenter found that technology failure and cyberattacks will be more damaging to these organizations than other disasters. In fact, weather, fire and social unrest combined do not present as great a risk as some of the problems the cyberworld may bring, according to the "Tomorrow Never Knows" report. Whether adopting a new barcode scanner, automated data collection solution or other technology, enterprises must keep security in mind.

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Topics: Government Compliance

Eliminate Supply Chain Risk Through Management

by Meagan Douglas on Tue, Oct 22, 2013

Risk is something every business has to account for these days, especially as more aspects of the organization shift online. Inside Counsel's Rich Steeves said companies around the country are now taking a closer look at how they operate globally and many have come to realize that supply-chain management is key to avoiding risk.

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Topics: Manufacturing and Distribution

New Mobile Technology Necessary for Multichannel Retailers

by Meagan Douglas on Mon, Oct 21, 2013

The modern supply chain has brought many challenges for companies working on multiple channels. Last month, a discussion posted by Retail Week and marine terminal operator DP World London Gateway asked companies for their opinion on data capture, inventory systems and how modern technology can function for their business. 

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Topics: Mobile Data Collection

Tips for Implementing a Great Supply Chain Strategy

by Meagan Douglas on Fri, Oct 18, 2013

 

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Topics: Manufacturing and Distribution

Four Modern Technologies that Help Better Manage Inventory Control

by Meagan Douglas on Fri, Oct 18, 2013

When looking at how to manage inventory in the modern era of manufacturing and supply chains, organizations need to look at the impact software and technology can have. Construction Pros magazine spoke with industry professionals to get their impression of the impact technology can have. Software expert Clark Haley said barcode scanning and data collection methods will give way to big improvements in analytics and other areas of the industry. 

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Topics: Inventory Management

Moving the Supply Chain Forward with Barcoding, Other New Technology

by Meagan Douglas on Thu, Oct 10, 2013

 A technology revolution is occurring across multiple industries and those in the supply chain can most certainly take advantage of it. With tools such as automated data collection and barcode scanner software, there is plenty of room to advance the company and become more efficient and productive with the use of these tools. Industry professional Tom O'Connor wrote on Area Development Online that with an integrated deployment of these technologies and instantaneous data capture, supply chains can be tied together much more simple and make everything much easier for enterprises.

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Topics: Field Applications

Protecting Your Company from Supply Chain Data Breaches

by Meagan Douglas on Wed, Oct 9, 2013

Data security and breaches should be concerns for every company, as no organization is truly safe from leaks of sensitive information. Working with data collection in the supply chain should mean enterprises are especially careful with how they are taking information out of the chain and putting it back in. Richard Hibbert, an IT professional, wrote on SupplyManagement.com that one of the weakest links at a company can be the supply chain if the organization is not careful, so assessing and compensating for risk management across all partners and suppliers are musts.

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Topics: Mobile Data Collection

The Top Two Major Issues Facing the Supply Chain World Today

by Meagan Douglas on Mon, Oct 7, 2013

 

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Topics: Mobile Data Collection

Fashion Industry Supply Chain May Need Revamp

by Meagan Douglas on Fri, Oct 4, 2013

 

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Topics: Inventory Management

Research Shows Sales of Barcode Scanners on the Rise

by Meagan Douglas on Fri, Oct 4, 2013

 

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Topics: Inventory Management

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