The Key to Lasting Supply Chain Innovation: Get Real
Managing a business for sustained growth means finding and implementing innovative solutions to the challenges of complex supply chain logistics. To achieve lasting, repeatable innovation, check out these real-world solutions.
Discovering Eight Truths of the New Era of Retail
Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods illustrates not only where grocery is headed, but even more importantly, where retail is headed today.
Why Onshoring Manufacturing Requires Offshoring IT
As manufacturers reshore, they encounter a pronounced challenge: a growing IT skills shortage.
Are Warehouse Insurance Policies Covering Today’s Emerging Risks?
Warehouse risks and vulnerabilities are increasingly complex, and many policies simply aren’t keeping up with today’s sophisticated new systems and regulations.
Supply Chain Commentary: How Amazon's Acquisition of Whole Foods Will Disrupt Industrial Real Estate
Whole Foods’ 460+ centrally located stores will augment Amazon’s physical infrastructure and allow it to use the stores as distribution centers. In return, Amazon’s targeted transaction data, technological expertise, and logistical prowess catapult Whole Foods into the online realm and suggest a new level of convenience.
Fleets Must Be Hyper Vigilant About Securing Telematics
The broad deployment of telematics has driven unprecedented efficiencies in fleets by providing greater visibility. But, with any connected technology comes vulnerability.
Secrets to Today’s Digital Age Food Supply Chain
Both retailers and restaurants have had to shift their strategy more quickly to remain relevant and competitive amidst rising digital trends. Use these tips to help evolve your supply chain.
Supply Chain Security: Defending Against a Data Breach
The domino effect of a sloppily secured branch of your supply chain tree can have a devastating impact on your business. Setting a breach protocol is a must.
Five Ways to Simplify Your Supply Chain Design with Analytics
Supply chain professionals now have access to more data from more sources than ever before. Here are five ways to utilize data to simplify your supply chain design process:
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