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3 Processes to Transform With Off-network Data Collection

by Dustin Caudell on Fri, May 18, 2018

Multi-warehouse fulfillment strategies are gaining momentum as organizations work to accelerate shipping times. The strategy isn't a silver bullet: It comes with a great deal of complexity and isn't the right fit for some workloads. However, distributed warehouse models are increasingly necessary as businesses support globalized operations.
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Topics: Field Applications

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

3 Ways Mobile Technologies Transform Outbound Logistics

by Meagan Douglas on Tue, Sep 19, 2017

The outbound logistics of shipping, delivery and order fulfillment services are often the most complex part of any supply chain transaction.
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Topics: Field Applications

5 Ways Mobile Devices are Transforming the Modern Warehouse

by Meagan Douglas on Tue, May 9, 2017

On the whole, the warehouse management system market is growing at a rapid pace. A study from Scalar Market Research found that WMS industry growth is being fueled by the increased need to meet rapid fulfillment demands in the ecommerce sector and increased technology development taking place in emerging markets.
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Topics: Field Applications

Mobile Data Access Extends Supply Chain Management Into the Field

by Meagan Douglas on Fri, Apr 7, 2017

Manufacturers and similar organizations are facing growing challenges as they are tasked to put a new focus on delivering services as opposed to simply creating products. Mobile data collection is becoming more important as this trend takes hold.
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Topics: Field Applications

Learn How One Coca Cola Plant is Going Green in the Supply Chain

by Meagan Douglas on Mon, Aug 29, 2016

More companies are restructuring their supply chain management processes to better meet sustainability standards. In this effort, industry leaders who have already established eco-friendly practices and successfully reduced their carbon footprints often pave the way for other businesses. One such manufacturer is Dunkirk's Coca Cola European Partners bottling plant.
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Topics: Field Applications, Manufacturing and Distribution, Inventory Management

AIAG and Wayne State University Announce Supply Chain Education Initiative

by Meagan Douglas on Thu, Aug 11, 2016

Detroit, America's automotive manufacturing headquarters, is working to revolutionize the industry once again. Wayne State University has announced a partnership with the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) to develop degree and certificate programs for automotive supply chain industries. The Global Automotive Purchasing Supply Chain Network, or "Gap-Scan" will provide education opportunities to community college, undergraduate, graduate, and adult continuing education students, helping participants build the skill set to be active in the auto supply chain industry.
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Topics: Field Applications, Inventory Management

How to Avoid Retail Inventory Problems

by Meagan Douglas on Wed, Jul 20, 2016

Customers who visit retail locations expect to find shelves properly stocked with the merchandise marketed by the business. The Motley Fool reported the Urban Outfitters retail company fueled recent growth and renewal through an efficient inventory management system. After eliminating mistakes in its old process, Urban Outfitters is now able to turnaround stock faster than other major brands.
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Topics: Field Applications, Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management

Visit the Farm Through Data: Wearables in Food Traceability

by Meagan Douglas on Wed, Jul 6, 2016

Food manufacturers and distributors need to find ways to stay competitive in a market that prioritizes visibility. The Center for Food Integrity performed a survey of consumers to see who they felt was responsible for quality of products they eat themselves and serve to their families. Respondents said food companies were more accountable than farmers and grocery stores when it came to food safety, business ethics, animal well-being and impact of merchandise on health.
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Topics: Field Applications, Manufacturing and Distribution, Mobile Data Collection, Inventory Management

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