These companies provide FREE whitepapers to keep you up to date on all aspects of supply chain management.

June 2014

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Building Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains

Offered By: NFI Industries

Sixty-one percent of consumers said their perception of a company is strongly influenced by the company's environmental and sustainability policies. Environmentally responsible supply chains not only have the potential to sway brand loyalty, but to simultaneously reduce the carbon footprint and bottom line costs through improved efficiency.

Download NFI's White Paper to learn how sustainable technological improvements and management best practices can help you in:

  • Transportation and Freight Management
  • Warehousing and Distribution
  • Property Design and Construction

China Trade Operations: Trends and Advancements

Offered By: Amber Road

While over 77 percent of companies are currently operating in China, the majority are unable to address the dynamic and complex trade environment, characterized by ever changing trade regulations that vary by region. Download this Aberdeen Group report to gain insights into the complexities of China trade operations, and learn how a China Trade Management solution can help you successfully navigate this environment.

Incorporating Quality Management in a Logistics Environment

Offered By: Saddle Creek

While the concepts of total quality management and continuous improvement have been around for decades, they have only recently been applied successfully in logistics environments. This report explores how companies can control costs, improve visibility, increase speed to market and strengthen their businesses by making total quality management (TQM) part of their logistics operations.

Is Now the Time for Cloud WMS?

Offered By: Softeon

Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) have been late to the cloud game, and suitable only for simple DC operations. The times have changed. Cloud-based supply chain solutions are rapidly gaining share, and will likely prove the dominant approach in just a few years. Learn how the barriers to warehouse management in the cloud are dropping, and why companies are taking advantage of its power right now.

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