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Gauging ChangeA soft economy, increasing global competition, the Mississippi River bridge collapse, and an influx of product recalls give global shippers plenty of reasons to slow down and check the rear-view mirror before accelerating into 2008.
Thinking TMSAs the transportation management systems market broadens, and as software delivery options expand, businesses increasingly have TMS on the brain.
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Career Solutions: It's Who You Know
A well-engineered network of professional contacts provides the structural support to build a logistics career with potential for expansion.
LIT Toolkit: Big Makeover for LittlearthWhen inventory mixups began impacting productivity, Pittsburgh-based fashion accessories company Littlearth turned to NetSuite's hosted ERP and CRM solution to streamline sourcing and expedite fulfillment.
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