Understanding the new business benchmarks for digital procurement in a post- COVID-19 world!

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When you think of procurement benchmarking the impact of W. Edward Deming’s quote – “It is wrong to suppose that if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it – a costly myth” immediately comes to mind.
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Globalization owes a lot to the humble shipping container.In the distant past, loading a ship was a complicated affair involving pallets, crates, and winches. This process was labor-intensive and expensive, meaning most goods were simply not worth shipping overseas.In the 1970s, the standardized shipping container solved this problem on a wide scale and turned the world economy on its head. This standardization drove the cost of shipping down as the efficiency of ports skyrocketed. Modern ports can now move upwards of 70 containers per crane per hour.

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Helping steer your logistics operations to become a more resilient supply chain

SAP

Always on, connected, and informed, customers are demanding high-quality, individualized products delivered within increasingly shorter time frames. For businesses, meeting these market requirements call for better ways to synchronize the demand chain with the supply chain in real time.In this era of heightening customer expectations, logistics is leaving behind its supporting role to become a critical value differentiator. With retail and e-commerce becoming a business model in practically every industry, timely and accurate delivery is essential when creating the product experience.
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How Are Shippers Using Technology to Address Global Trade Woes?

Amber Road

Global trade has never been as ubiquitous as it is today. Technology of all kinds – from transportation tech like containerization, cargo aircraft, and supermax vessels all the way to the digital global e-commerce marketplace – facilitates an unprecedented flow of products around the world. At the same time, tariff and sanction shifts have become the main enemy of the supply chain manager, who relies on consistency and certainty to plan and execute global trade.
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Webinar : "Full visibility higher efficiency and connectivity for your yard with SAP Yard Logistics"

Westernacher

In logistics and order fulfilment, a yard is the link between the distribution and transportation of goods and the warehouse. With the rising importance of e-commerce and supply chains focusing on customer-centricity, increasing the speed of fulfilment is the greatest challenge in logistics.
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Securing Reliable Capacity in a Driver-Constrained Market

FreightWaves

To discuss how brokers can work to secure reliable capacity, FreightWaves and Trucker Tools are partnering for a one-hour webinar on Tuesday, January 15, at 2pm. This interactive webinar will feature insights from Prasad Gollapalli, CEO at Trucker Tools, as well as Jeff Henderson, Senior Vice President of Operations for Ryan Transportation Services, to share how technologies like Smart Capacity can help provide accurate, up-to-the-minute visibility into your carriers and their needs, supported by collaborative tools and real-time data to keep your carriers in the money…and your customers’ loads moving.
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Spotlight

Globalization owes a lot to the humble shipping container.In the distant past, loading a ship was a complicated affair involving pallets, crates, and winches. This process was labor-intensive and expensive, meaning most goods were simply not worth shipping overseas.In the 1970s, the standardized shipping container solved this problem on a wide scale and turned the world economy on its head. This standardization drove the cost of shipping down as the efficiency of ports skyrocketed. Modern ports can now move upwards of 70 containers per crane per hour.

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