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Which Wearable Technology is Right for Your Industry?

by Meagan Douglas on Wed, Jun 29, 2016

In the most basic definition, wearable technology refers to computing devices workers and managers can attach to their body. These mobile data collection devices may look like clothing accessories or may be embedded in traditional outfits. There are a wealth of options available to businesses, and decision-makers need to evaluate the benefits of potential assets.
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Topics: Field Applications, Manufacturing and Distribution, Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management, ERP Software, Voice Recognition Software

Retailers are Overstored: What to do With Excess Inventory

by Meagan Douglas on Mon, Jun 27, 2016

Retailers in the U.S. may need to find ways to reduce inventories without throwing away money. The Washington Post reported the retail industry didn't see the success expected from the 2015 holiday shopping season and failed to grow as projected. Many major brands will have to close stores.
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Topics: Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management

Why Supply Chains Love Wearable Tech

by Meagan Douglas on Fri, Jun 24, 2016


Wearables are more popular than ever in business settings.
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Topics: Field Applications, Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management, Voice Recognition Software

Rethinking Green: 4 Questions for Supply Chain Sustainability

by Meagan Douglas on Wed, Jun 22, 2016

Once a company decides to go green, the next question they have to ask is: How? Eliminating waste in supply chain logistics management is a noble - and often profitable - goal, but how can a company set eco-friendly standards and ensure expectations are met? 
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Topics: Field Applications, Manufacturing and Distribution, Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management, Government Compliance

Changing Feed Regulations Spark Need for New Manufacturing Processes

by Meagan Douglas on Mon, Jun 20, 2016

Livestock feed is a tightly regulated industry. An animal's diet dictates its health. When cattle and pigs consume contaminants or other unapproved ingredients, they could become sick or die. This is a waste of business resources and a danger to populations who eat the meat.
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Topics: Manufacturing and Distribution, ERP Software, Government Compliance

Starbucks Appoints New Supply Chain Chief

by Meagan Douglas on Fri, Jun 17, 2016

Starbucks has named Hans Melotte as their new Supply Chain Chief. Melotte previously served as the Chief Logistics Officer for Johnson & Johnson, and all involved hope that he continues to update their supply chain management since their major overhaul in 2008.
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Topics: Manufacturing and Distribution, Inventory Management

Creating a Digital Warehouse: Turning Boxes Into Numbers

by Meagan Douglas on Mon, Jun 6, 2016

Managing inventory is a numbers game. The goal is to ensure the number of products demanded by consumers match the levels of merchandise available in stores. To do this, managers must have a constant view of items being added and subtracted from warehouses and other distribution locations.
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Topics: Field Applications, Manufacturing and Distribution, Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management, ERP Software

Is Your Warehouse Ready for Snacking?

by Meagan Douglas on Fri, Jun 3, 2016

The convenience of mobile technology means consumers can order products whenever its most convenient for them. The Wall Street Journal said the availability and speed of the modern supply chain allows customers to place small orders whenever it occurs to them. Instead of shopping online for multiple items, consumers will partake in a process called "snacking" - placing singular orders for particular products.
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Topics: Field Applications, Manufacturing and Distribution, Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management, ERP Software

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Digital technology is disrupting traditional operations and now every business is a digital business. The impact on supply chain management is particularly great. The digital supply network is more connected, intelligent, scalable and rapid.

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