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| June 30, 2016
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Article | February 12, 2020
The modern competitive environment requires redesigning of functionality for warehouses to deliver the desired results and sustain their presence in their industry. In this context, a well-defined WMS plays a significant role in perfect performance. At the front of your business, an efficient warehouse is the face of your brand: it is essential for customer satisfaction because it helps ensure quick, accurate shipments. Happy customers mean happy business owners, which make happy staff, which just makes everything better.
Article | February 28, 2020
The inevitability of supply chain disruptions in a global environment is one that's well understood. Businesses need to employ strategies that are agile, proactive, and resilient creating a no-risk supply chain to mitigate risks and ensure business continuity. In today's hugely competitive business environment, both profit and customer service levels must get carefully considered, making sourcing decisions crucial but often problematic. Businesses need to consider the rationale of low-cost longer lead-time sourcing vs. more expensive nearshore and onshore more costly options, with one eye firmly on the consumer demand and satisfaction as well as the carbon footprint and sustainability.
Article | April 17, 2020
Supply chain peak season technology aids supply chain leaders in understanding their operations, unlocking insights, reviewing performance, and much more. In conjunction with the rise of e-commerce and ongoing demand for more products, faster service, and better supply chain performance, the entire year begins to take on the characteristics of supply chain peak season which traditionally has occurred during the time period after Labor Day through returns season in January.
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.
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