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| May 28, 2019
Motivate is a global leader in bike share. A full-service bike share operator and technology innovator, Motivate works to re-envision how people experience and move around cities.
Article | February 19, 2020
The transportation management trends for 2020 reflect a growing consensus that new technology and visibility will define the successes of the future supply chain. Adoption rates for new services and cloud-based technologies are climbing, and the global transportation management system (TMS) is expanding. In fact, according to FreightWaves, the global TMS market will achieve a compound annual growth rate of 19.13% through 2024.
Article | March 26, 2020
Supply Chain Digital takes a look at how Oracle is helping organisations make their supply chain management future ready. In supply chains of the future, traditional organisations are facing increased process and operational complexity. In order to combat the challenges of Increased buyer expectations, shorter product life cycles, new and changing regulations, trade volatility and fluctuating demand, Oracle details the six essential strategies for supply chain management.
Article | April 9, 2020
Supply chain disruptions, like the one we are currently experiencing due to the COVID-19 Pandemic will continue to happen. Just look back over the last couple of years. We have had a major fire in China a major earthquake and tsunami in Japan, a volcanic eruption in northern Europe, several large hurricanes in the southern United States, a major ocean carrier going bankrupt stranding thousands of ocean shipping containers, trade wars between just about every country, withdrawal or significant changes in trade agreements like Brexit and to top everything off a global pandemic which has kicked off the latest global recession.
Article | March 2, 2020
As the coronavirus has spread throughout China and into other countries, factories that supply the world with all sorts of products are starting to see delays. While Chinese New Year may have temporarily masked the appearance of manufacturing challenges caused by the virus, those challenges are now becoming clearer as US-based Amazon sellers are discovering that delays in manufacturing are likely to result in unexpected shortages of inventory.
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