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3 Ways Blockchain Could Fuel Supply Chain Innovation

by Meagan Douglas on Tue, Mar 6, 2018

It may sound a bit crazy, but an open digital ledger could be the next great innovation driver in the supply chain management sector.
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Topics: Inventory Management

When It Comes To Budget Decisions, Don't Skimp On the Warehouse

by Meagan Douglas on Thu, Mar 1, 2018


Businesses that skimp on their budgets risk turning their warehouses into disorganized messes.
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Topics: Inventory Management

Wrist-Wearing Haptic Tech may be Coming to Warehouses

by Meagan Douglas on Wed, Feb 28, 2018


Wearable technology represents the next evolution in worker augmentation.
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Topics: Manufacturing and Distribution, Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management

How to Calculate the ROI of Implementing a Mobile Data Collection Solution

by Robert Brice on Wed, Feb 21, 2018


How to calculate the ROI of implementing a mobile data collection solution.
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Topics: Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management, ERP Software

Tips to Strengthen Network Infrastructure for Better Remote Warehouse Management

by Meagan Douglas on Tue, Feb 6, 2018

By and large, it is always better to have an expanding organization. Opening a new warehouse is a sign of profit and investment, a move that gives confidence to executives and security to employees. Every company wants to be in a position to develop into a new location.
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Topics: Manufacturing and Distribution, Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management, ERP Software

The Importance of Building Offline Network Mobility into Your Supply Chain

by Meagan Douglas on Wed, Jan 31, 2018

The internet is now an ever-constant presence to all employees working in the warehouse. It has enabled enormous growths in productivity and served as the backbone for new apps and software enhancements. Today's warehouse has been designed with the internet in mind. Luckily, this design reflects the positives and negatives of online augmentation.
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Topics: Field Applications, Mobile Data Collection

Top 3 Supply Chain Trends for 2018

by Meagan Douglas on Wed, Jan 24, 2018

Last year saw yet more growth for the warehouse supply chain industry. A growing dependence on e-commerce signals increasing pressure. Digital Commerce 360, citing recent Forrester data, believed that, by 2022, e-commerce will account for around 17 percent of all U.S. retail sales. This number is a sharp revision up from the less than 13 percent stated in the 2017 edition of the report. Given this increase, it is not unreasonable to assume Forrester is downplaying the potential of e-commerce yet again.
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Topics: Field Applications, Manufacturing and Distribution, Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management, Government Compliance

The Current Barriers to Rapid AR Headset Implementation in the Manufacturing Space

by Meagan Douglas on Thu, Jan 18, 2018

Augmented reality technology is new to most industries. While the military was the primary industry driving primitive AR experimentation for decades, broader applications have developed within the last 10 years. AR has branched out to numerous industries, chief among them is the supply chain. On the face of it, the AR headset represents clear advancements in productivity and employee capability.
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Topics: Manufacturing and Distribution, Mobile Data Collection, Voice Recognition Software

What is Robotic Materials and How Will It Improve Warehouse Efficiency?

by Meagan Douglas on Tue, Jan 16, 2018

Robots have been becoming more of a presence in the supply chain over the last several years. At online retail warehouse giant, Amazon, robots now bring the shelves to the workers and do most of the heavy lifting. The New York Times reported that Amazon had roughly 125,000 human workers and 100,000 robots operating within its warehouses.
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Topics: Manufacturing and Distribution, Inventory Management

How to Manage Cybersecurity Risks in the Age of IIoT

by Meagan Douglas on Tue, Jan 9, 2018

Technology is advancing, allowing more data to be stored in cyberspace rather than in a physical location. The Industrial Internet of Things allows companies creating and using IoT-enabled products in a supply chain warehouse setting the ability to leverage information that was before inaccessible. However, while this new world represents great strides in productivity and management, it also comes with massive risk.
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Topics: Manufacturing and Distribution, Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management

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