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TechTarget (Nasdaq: TTGT) is the global leader in purchase intent-driven marketing and sales services that deliver business impact for enterprise technology companies. By creating abundant, high-quality editorial content across more than 140 highly targeted technology-specific websites, TechTarget attracts and nurtures communities of technology buyers researching their companies’ information technology needs. By understanding these buyers’ content consumption behaviors, TechTarget creates the purchase intent insights that fuel efficient and effective marketing and sales activities for clients around the world. TechTarget has offices in Boston, London, Munich, Paris, San Francisco, Singapore and Sydney.

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John A. Steinert, Chief Marketing Officer at TechTarget helps bring the power of purchase intent-driven marketing and sales services to technology companies.

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WHICH LOGISTICS TRENDS SHOULD COMPANIES BE RESEARCHING?

techtarget | August 30, 2017

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E-commerce is having a powerful effect on logistics and the supply chain. Here are three developments that are happening today that are likely to affect your company. Perhaps the most dynamic logistics trends that should be on your radar include the rapid rise of e-commerce and its dramatic effect on brick-and-mortar retailing; the growing importance of emerging technologies, such as the industrial internet of things; the ability to more closely monitor and manage goods and vehicles in transit; ...

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PREDICTIVE LOGISTICS REACH BEYOND SUPPLY CHAIN VISIBILITY

techtarget | October 05, 2017

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Getting real-time information on where goods are in a supply chain is commonplace with sensors and big data, but some firms use machine learning to predict more accurate ETAs. The availability of inexpensive sensors and internet of things connectivity has made supply chain visibility easier for manufacturers in the past few years. In fact, it's possible to know exactly where your goods are at any time and, in many cases, what condition they're in. But what if you could take this capabili...

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SUPPLY CHAIN, LOGISTICS AND INVENTORY GO 3D WITH ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

techtarget | March 29, 2017

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Additive manufacturing popularly known as 3D printing has been touted as the next big thing in manufacturing, but its impact will soon be seen in supply chain management. Additive manufacturing the creation of product parts or components from a digital 3D model has gotten a lot of attention lately, and rightly so: It's one of those ideas that's simultaneously wildly innovative, and yet glaringly obvious. Indeed, with the benefits of additive manufacturing causing a stir in manufact...

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WEARABLE SMART GLASSES HELP FREIGHT COMPANY THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX

techtarget | August 10, 2017

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Wearables find new footing in industries that need to keep hands free. One company explains how Intel's Recon Jet Pro smart glasses have improved its productivity. Time is money, and time wasted is money lost. So, when efficiency stalled in a freight-forwarding company's warehouse, it turned to wearable smart glasses. Workers at DB Schenker in Houston needed to streamline the time-consuming processes of tracking inventory and communicating with each other on the large warehouse floor. In...

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WHICH LOGISTICS TRENDS SHOULD COMPANIES BE RESEARCHING?

techtarget | August 30, 2017

E-commerce is having a powerful effect on logistics and the supply chain. Here are three developments that are happening today that are likely to affect your company. Perhaps the most dynamic logistics trends that should be on your radar include the rapid rise of e-commerce and its dramatic effect on brick-and-mortar retailing; the growing importance of emerging technologies, such as the industrial internet of things; the ability to more closely monitor and manage goods and vehicles in transit; ...

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PREDICTIVE LOGISTICS REACH BEYOND SUPPLY CHAIN VISIBILITY

techtarget | October 05, 2017

Getting real-time information on where goods are in a supply chain is commonplace with sensors and big data, but some firms use machine learning to predict more accurate ETAs. The availability of inexpensive sensors and internet of things connectivity has made supply chain visibility easier for manufacturers in the past few years. In fact, it's possible to know exactly where your goods are at any time and, in many cases, what condition they're in. But what if you could take this capabili...

Read More
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SUPPLY CHAIN, LOGISTICS AND INVENTORY GO 3D WITH ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

techtarget | March 29, 2017

Additive manufacturing popularly known as 3D printing has been touted as the next big thing in manufacturing, but its impact will soon be seen in supply chain management. Additive manufacturing the creation of product parts or components from a digital 3D model has gotten a lot of attention lately, and rightly so: It's one of those ideas that's simultaneously wildly innovative, and yet glaringly obvious. Indeed, with the benefits of additive manufacturing causing a stir in manufact...

Read More
news image

WEARABLE SMART GLASSES HELP FREIGHT COMPANY THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX

techtarget | August 10, 2017

Wearables find new footing in industries that need to keep hands free. One company explains how Intel's Recon Jet Pro smart glasses have improved its productivity. Time is money, and time wasted is money lost. So, when efficiency stalled in a freight-forwarding company's warehouse, it turned to wearable smart glasses. Workers at DB Schenker in Houston needed to streamline the time-consuming processes of tracking inventory and communicating with each other on the large warehouse floor. In...

Read More