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2014, the Year of the Internet-of-Things Article
2014 was a year of over-the-top marketing and hype for IoT. But there were also many significant, substantive milestones and indicators of just how serious many companies are about IoT.... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

3D Printing's Impact on the Supply Chain ... Not Much Yet Article
Some pundits are predicting that 3D printing will completely transform the supply chain. Not so fast. 3D printing is having some substantial impacts now, but major supply chain transformation, during ... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

3PLs Embrace Technology Article
For technology companies in the international logistics arena, marketing to proprietary shippers has long been an uphill battle. They must sell into complex, bureaucratic organizations that are often ... (more information)
by Peter Tirschwell


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Active RFID
Market, Solutions and Major Players
Report
Of all the RFID solutions in the marketplace today, Active RFID comprises one of the larger RFID market sectors of interest to major companies. Active RFID solutions are used in government, business a... (more information)
by Ann Grackin


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Applications of Total Cost Sourcing - Part 2 Article
Total Cost Sourcing (i.e. making sourcing decisions based on the total impact across the whole company) takes many different forms and yields many benefits. In this article, we explore various applica... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Are You Ready for the Rebound? Article
Economic uncertainty resulted in many businesses freezing or cancelling their warehouse or manufacturing expansion strategies, but as the economy rebounds, can you respond? ... (more information)
by By Dr. Edward Knab, contributing author

Beyond The Control Zone--Part Two: Controlling the Uncontrollable Article
In order to achieve visibility and control, supply chain managers will have to master new types of data and technologies.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Built for Change
Competitiveness for Today's Manufacturers Means Agility
Report
With huge structural challenges confronting us, agility becomes a prime characteristic of the enterprise to acquire. But agility, change, etc. are terms that are ephemeral - hard to nail down. And mos... (more information)
by Ann Grackin


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Carton-level Temperature Tracking for Cold Chain Pharmaceuticals - Why Now? Article
A look at the key role that carton-level RFID temperature tagging can have within today's pharmaceutical cold chains. ... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Christmas Buildup in the Warehouse Article
Warehouse Management Strategies need to be looked at in order to prepare for new retail realities. ... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Closing the Gap in Adoption Article
Users buy a lot of Transportation Management technology, but do they use it?... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Cold Chains are Hot! Revised
Mastering the Challenges of Temperature
Report
Tsunamis, hurricanes, landslides -- in responding to the needs of the victims of these natural disasters, the effective delivery of food, pharmaceuticals and life saving products are now in the spotli... (more information)
by Carla Reed


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Collaboration in Practice: Part Two - Operational Collaboration Article
Much collaboration is needed to produce, deliver, and support products and services.... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Congestion? Headache? The Flu? No. It's the Port of LA. Article
Although retailers cry foul about labor, the real issue is business process change. What can and is being done about port congestion?... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Continuous Real-Time Situational Awareness for Time-Critical Operational Decision Making Article
Time-critical decisions in transportation, risk management, security, disaster response, manufacturing, and other operational domains require continuous real-time situational awareness and intelligenc... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Crowley Maritime Implements GT Nexus Case Study
If you are a carrier-ocean, land or air-you know that competition in this market is intense. The pressure to contribute to cost containment and at the same time deliver on time performance is make or ... (more information)
by Lucy West


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Deals Article
Descartes and IFS make major acquisitions. ... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Descartes Evolution Article
Insights from the Descartes User Conference. ... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Descartes Scores More Points in the Visibility Game with Acquisition of MacroPoint Article
Lack of precision to create reliable outcomes plagues the logistics process. With zeal and lots of money, companies are trying to plug the hole in visibility with a huge array of systems and technolog... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Extending the Reach of the DC Article
Integrating logistics, all the way from the source plant through the DC onto the store shelf, reduces errors, exceptions and transit times.... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Focus on JDA Article
Highlights and observations about JDA's direction and the JDA Focus 2013 conference. ... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Food for Thought: Part One - Challenges in the Produce Supply Chain Article
So you think you have supply chain challenges? How about daily price volatility and losses in transportation of up to 20%? Discussions with FoodLink Online, InfinityQS, AFS and Intelleflex. ... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Food for Thought: Part Two - The Product Recall Challenge Article
In foods as diverse as burgers and bean sprouts, pathogens such as E.coli, Salmonella, Listeria and other food pathogens have caused outbreaks and made recent headlines. The challenges in tracing the ... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Future Forward Logistics
Creating an Extended Global Enterprise
Report
As enterprises focus on perceived "core functions," more activities are outsourced to third party providers of goods and services. This extended supply chain of manufacturers of products-- from raw ma... (more information)
by Carla Frances Reed


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Global Trade Management Solution Is More Than Software Article
Management Dynamics serves Content and services beyond traditional software solutions.... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Good Old Natural Gas... the 'Next Big Thing' in Energy? Article
Natural gas seems to be in the headlines everywhere recently. From T. Boone Pickens's plan to Exxon's proposed merger with U.S. natural-gas producer XTO Energy Inc., to Xcel Energy Inc.'s plan to move... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Google Extends Search to Real-world in-store Retail Inventory for Shoppers Article
No longer content with merely providing the dominant search engine scouring and indexing every square millimeter of the web, Google just launched a new addition to their Google Product Search for mobi... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

GT Nexus User Conference -- Bridges 2014 Article
Having attended my first Bridges in 2004 in San Francisco and seeing it again ten years later, it is impressive to see the growth. Ten years -- ten times the growth. ... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Happy New Year - Converged, Collaborative, Telepresent Communities in the Second Decade:
What's happening in 2011?
Article
Convergence - Unified Applications and Devices for the Second Decade.... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Highlights from Descartes Evolution 2013 Article
This year at Descartes' annual conference, they launched their new Descartes Community, highlighted myriad new solution capabilities, and showcased a number of interesting customers and use cases. ... (more information)
by Bill McBeath and Ann Grackin

Home Delivery for Retailers - More Sales, Less Cost Report
Home delivery services and same-day are driving retailers to rethink their processes.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Home Delivery Heats Up Article
Amazon's entry into the home delivery arena will, no doubt, have many businesses examining their own delivery options. A closer look reveals that home delivery is not a new phenomenon, yet doing it pr... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

How to Grow the Real Time Locating System Market Article
Although RTLS has utility, and the projects have been interesting, much has to happen to make this market grow. ... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Infor Purchases GT Nexus Article
Does this signal a new direction for Infor?... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Inforum 2016--Diverse Innovation on Display Article
At Inforum, we got a good sense of the energy, innovation, and ability to evolve that is keeping Infor competitive.... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Innovation in RFID Still on the Rise Article
RFID Live exhibitions go beyond hardware demonstration solutions. As the device market matures, the focus is on the business solutions, while electronics sets new records in performance.... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

International Trade & Logistics for Retailers & Suppliers Article
This excerpt of ChainLink's annual Retailer and Supplier Tug of War Report focuses on Global Trade issues-what did the retailers and their suppliers tell us about their plans?... (more information)
by Bill McBeath


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International Trade or ITL Adoption Article
Winning retailers' philosophy of business is that every product not sitting in front of a customer is an inefficient use of capital. ... (more information)
by Bill McBeath


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IoT Takes to the Road--How IoT Is Changing Transportation Article
Highlights from the MIT/ChainLink panel discussion on IoT in Transportation, including applications of IoT in transportation and logistics, data ownership, privacy and liability, the impact of driverl... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

It's 58 Shopping Days till Christmas Article
Impact of Omni-Channel, Home Delivery, and the Biggest Christmas Ever on Logistics.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

JDA Focus: Thought Leadership in Practice Article
As usual, there was a plethora of thought leadership at Focus, JDA's annual conference. It seems they also realize thought leadership only counts if people actually implement it. They are increasingly... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

JDA Gets in Focus Article
Updates and Insights from JDA's FOCUS 2015 Conference.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin and Bill McBeath

JDA's Opportunity for Reinvention Article
With the RedPrairie merger and past acquisitions, JDA has amassed what is arguably the most powerful collection of supply chain planning and execution software on the planet. At their recent annual co... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Kiva Cuts the Ribbon on New Facility in Massachusetts Article
With so much talk about off-shoring, it's nice to see a company creating jobs and building facilities in the US. The US, overall, has seen an more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Labor Management in the Cloud Article
Labor Management joins the Cloud with Next View's launch of On-Demand Subscription solution.... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Location-Based Services Poised for Rapid Growth - Part 1 Article
For years, pundits have predicted that the market for Location-Based Services is about to take off. So far that has been mostly wishful thinking. But there are many signs that now the time really is r... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Making Dollars and Sense Out of Ocean Container Data Article
New SYSPRO U.S. Solution Rides Ocean Wave into Global Container Tracking.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Managing Critical Item Delivery Article
Every item you deliver to your customer is important. But some items are critical. Modern mobile technology can help eliminate the slipups.... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Manhattan Moves Further Into the Store Article
Manhattan has roots as a Warehouse Management System vendor, but is increasingly providing a broader solution footprint for use in retail stores (and across the supply chain). Here are observations fr... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Manhattan's Platform Journey Article
The central theme at Manhattan's recent annual conference, Momentum, was "Platform Thinking." It may sound boring, but actually there were some important developments announced.
... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Measuring Produce Freshness: Part One--Ensuring Delivered Freshness Article
Freshness 'blindness' causes a lot of waste in produce supply chains. Here we explain the role of the Condition-based Expiration Date--a critical element to solving this problem. We look at what it ta... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Meeting the Outsourcing Challenge Article
Our latest research explores the key reasons why companies outsource their manufacturing and/or logistics, the challenges they face, and how they are overcoming those challenges.... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

MercuryGate - Not Just Mojo, but Groove! Article
Observations from the MercuryGate User Conference.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Midwest RFID Symposium Event
Join Ann Grackin and a host of RFID experts on March 3, 2005 for the MidWest RFID Symposium at the Sheraton Overland Park Hotel & Convention Center in Kansas City.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Momentum 2012 and McKesson's Total-Cost-to-Serve Project Article
Highlights from Manhattan Associates' annual conference, with a description, lessons learned to-date, and expected benefits from McKesson's implementation of Manhattan's Total-Cost-to-Serve product.... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

More Supply Chain Deals: Intrigo-Califta, Mercator-Catapult, Marlin-IBS Article
The summer may not have been very hot, but hot tech deals are still plentiful.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Omni-Channel Inventory: Getting the Big Picture Article
Retailers want to provide a great omni-channel experience. This requires a foundation of precise, real-time inventory visibility all the way from the supplier to the end consumer and everywhere in bet... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

One Network Launches Global Logistics Gateway Article
The competitive stakes have changed for shippers over the last few years with customer expectations mounting. Logistics is not an afterthought, but a core, essential part of the brand. Omnichannel, ou... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Outbound Channel Management
Managing and Expanding Customer-Facing Supply Chain Relationships
Report
Whether it's booking a flight or requesting the status of a flight, or checking the status of an order or placing a new order, the frustration we endure while doing business can become massive. We've ... (more information)
by Laura Faught


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Pallet-level Monitoring for the Fresh Food Supply Chain Report
Freshness of produce is a key competitive battleground for grocers. The common practice is to monitor the temperature of the field, cooler, trailer, and warehouse. By instead monitoring the temperatur... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Parceling out Parcel Article
From free shipping to high-value air courier services, parcel shipping is serious business.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Really Smart Clouds at MIT Article
How three intelligent cloud platforms extract value from sensors and RFID.... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Reducing Spoilage in the Fresh Food Supply Chain Article
Intelleflex and The Hartford recently formed an alliance to use RFID and temperature monitoring technologies to tackle the multi-billion dollar spoilage problem in the world's food supply chains. ... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Responsive Supply Chains Thru Flexible Warehouses Article
The benefits of more responsive supply chains are understood, but creating agile processes , especially for warehouses, to improve Customer experience can be a challenge. Several new technologies have... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Reversal of the Offshoring Tide Article
The past two decades have witnessed a massive shift of manufacturing from the U.S. to China. Now there are signs of a reversal. What are the implications for those responsible for managing these suppl... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

RFID for DoD Suppliers
Recording Playback of Module 1A (Segment 1)
Webinar

Understanding DoD RFID Policy and Data Requirements

  • What this session is about: This session is targeted to DoD Suppliers who are i... (more information)


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RFID for DoD Suppliers
Playback of Module 2A (Segment 3)
Webinar

Module Two - Understanding RFID Solutions

Session A: RFID Technology Basics
(segment 3)
... (more information)


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RFID for DoD Suppliers
Playback of Module 2B (Segment 4)
Webinar

Module Two - Understanding RFID Solutions

Session B: The Science Behind RFID (segment 4)... (more information)


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RFID for DoD Suppliers
Module 3A

ChainLink eLearning Recording
Webinar
Module Three - Getting Started

Session A: Understanding the DoD Supply Chain (segment 5)

Have you ever wondered how the DoD manages to move all the necessary supplies to the war... (more information)


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RFID for Manufacturers
How Manufacturers are Improving Processes by Using RFID
Report
While many manufacturers are adopting RFID by force of mandate, even more of them are seeking ways to use the technology to improve their operations. Our survey of 275 manufacturing companies across ... (more information)
by Bill McBeath


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RFID for Maritime Report

This report contains research into current and planned use of RFID in Maritime. In discussion with shippers, carriers, port operators and technology providers, the report covers these areas:
... (more information)
by Ann Grackin


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RFID Hardware -
What You Must Know

Understanding and Selecting RFID Devices
Report

This report -- RFID Hardware -- is for two audiences. There is a primer for those who do not have RFID knowledge. Although we use the word primer, we think most people will still learn a bit... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

SAP Making Strides in Procurement and Supply Chain: Part One Article
Highlights from the SAP Insider conference on interesting and innovative new developments in their procurement and supply chain capabilities. ... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Securing the Life Line
Mass Serialization Strategies for the Pharma Industries
Report
Six million counterfeit cosmetics/personal care products and 1.2 million foodstuffs and beverage products were seized at the European Union (EU) border in 2007. In addition, counterfeit medicines had ... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin


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Signing Bonuses.... for Truck Drivers!!! Article
The transportation market growth will continue to outpace the economy at large. Where will that growth occur? What can we do about it?... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Single Version of the Truth
The Journey to a Unified Supply Chain
Report
The accurate and timely sharing of strategy, planning, and execution information across the end-to-end supply chain has become critical. The elimination of trade barriers, and the move to massive outs... (more information)
by Carla Reed, Bill McBeath, Ann Grackin


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Small Steps to Smart Highways Article
The vision of driverless intelligent vehicles on an Automated Highway System is compelling, but seems always to be decades away. However, benefits can be had today from incremental technology improvem... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Speed Bumps in Global Transportation TMS 2014 Article
A tug of war exists between the market requirements for speed and what the logistics network can deliver. ... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Story of a Cross-Dock ... and the Transportation Sector Article
My tour of a cross-dock revealed some of the reasons for the chronic labor shortages in the transportation sector and why they will get worse. As well, how advanced technology is meshed with tried an... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Supply Chain & Logistics Puerto Rico Event
Supply Chain & Logistics Puerto Rico Conference & Exhibition will bring Puerto Rico's supply chain and logistics professionals together to source solutions and technology for their procurement, invent... (more information)

Supply Chain Economy Article
The US Labor Department reported an increase in jobs in June and July...but the manufacturing industry cut jobs for a third month in a row.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin


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Supply Chain Financial Network Platforms: Invoicing and Payment
Supply Chain Platform Series: Part 2A
Article
Network platforms that integrate trading partners, logistics processes, and visibility have enabled bold new approaches to payments and financing for participants in the supply chain. ... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Supply Chain Financial Network Platforms: Trade-Logistics-Visibility
Supply Chain Platform Series: Part 2B
Article
Network platforms that integrate transportation carriers, shippers, consignees, and 3PLs can do more than provide transportation and logistics services. The connectivity and end-to-end visibility they... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Supply Chain Market Continues to Attract the Cash Article
Descartes, Airclic, Siemens, Camstar. Bigger deals reflect stronger economy in the US market.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Supply Chain Risk Now? Article
The supply chain business community now includes Risk Management as a business priority and cites it as a key area in need of improvement. Are solution providers ready?... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Supply Chain Solutions--Foundation for the Omnichannel Revolution Article
Highlights of what we learned at NRF's annual conference from providers of supply chain planning and optimization, IoT and RFID, omnichannel and order management, global logistics, PLM, and Geographic... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Supply Chain's Christmas Checklist Report
This document is designed to provide an across-supply-chain 'checklist' of practices and actionable suggestions to tune your supply chain for better performance, to deal with volatile and seasonal cha... (more information)
by Ann Grackin


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Tackling Profitable Fulfillment in 2016 Article
2016 will be the year of reckoning for many retailers and manufacturers who do 'fulfillment at any cost.' Here are some insights on key elements required to fulfill profitability in today's increasing... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

The Coming Wave of Pharma
Supply Chain Regulations:
Insights from TraceLink NEXUS '15
Article
New regulations across the globe are coming into effect, requiring pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors, dispensers, and others up and down the chain to build serialization, verification, and tr... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

The Future Logistics Enterprise
Roadmap to Transformation
Report
This paper will articulate and validate the Future Logistics Enterprise (FLE) vision and objectives for readers such as industry suppliers and partners, members of Congress, members of other governmen... (more information)


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The Internet-of-Things in Logistics Article
The Internet-of-Things (IoT) phenomena have a profound impact on logistics, with an enormous variety of current and potential applications. Here we scratch the surface, examining where IoT fits in log... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

The Merged Channel Nirvana
(Which is Awfully Close To The Merged Channel Nightmare)
Report
Merged Channel is a hot topic, catapulted by the suddenness of mobile popularity. Beyond the buzz, companies need to provide the right mix of services, messages, and pricing.

To create some
... (more information)
by The editors of StorefrontBacktalk and ChainLink


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The Mobile Supply Chain Market: Preparing for Takeoff Article
The merger of Airclic and AirVersent, two leaders in vertical industry/process-specific mobile supply chain applications, is a sign of the maturing of mobile platforms and the beginning of a strong gr... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

The Single-Platform Option in Transportation Systems Article
TMS solutions can be created through assembling modules or a single platform. What is a TMS single platform? ... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

The Truth About VMI: Revelations and Recommendations Report
The high tech industry has experienced a striking shift from traditional replenishment processes to Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) replenishment for various products during the last decade. This has b... (more information)
by Bill McBeath


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The World of Transportation Management Article
Understanding International vs. Domestic TMS.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

The Year of the Last Mile Article
Demand-driven supply chains, new customer service models, and Omni-channel/free delivery are all driving up the cost of transportation. So what does last mile really cost?... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Transportation Management--Points of Light... And Cash Article
Specialization in the TM Market.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Transportation Management--Who Pays? Article
Understanding pricing in the transportation market is difficult for buyers. But the more sobering question is: will the TM market follow other sectors with giveaways and freeware? ... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Transportation Systems Redefined Article
The transportation technology market has an array of offerings, but they are not the same.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

U.S. Importers Face Fines and Delays in July
6 Tips to Help Companies Avoid Hardship
Article
After July 1, 2010, the CBP (Customs and Border Patrol) will start issuing significant financial penalties and increasing holds and inspections on shipments not complying with ISF (10+2). This article... (more information)
by By Matt Gersper, contributing author

Walmart Supplier Reliability Article
Walmart Supply Chain performance looked like artwork from The Little Prince, thus their Supplier Reliability program initiative...... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Walmart Takes Over Their Inbound Logistics: Tactical Change or Sea Change? Article
Walmart plans to increasingly take over inbound freight from their suppliers. How will this impact suppliers' cost of doing business and freight management? Will other retailers follow suit?... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Warehouse Management Collection
Warehouse Management continues to be a critical function in the global supply chain. Many innovations continue . . . ... (more information)

Warehouse Management Technology
Technology for the Second Decade
Report
This report covers what warehouses do today, special challenges of warehouse integration (such as multi-channel retail, global sourcing, risk management, logistics networks, and 3PLs challenges), a fr... (more information)


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What Retail RFID Mandates Mean for Suppliers Article
Articles about the recent major item-level RFID tagging initiatives in retail (Macy's, JCP, M&S, et al) have focused on what it means for the retailer. Here we examine some impacts for suppliers.... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Wholesale Distributors
Meeting 21st Century Challenges
Report
Wholesale Distributors represent approximately $4 trillion in trade, just in the US, alone! They are a powerful segment of every economy. The speed of business and increased competition powered by the... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin


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Will International Trade Increase or Will We Reshore and Insource? Article
Release of final 2014 numbers and 2015 forecasts of world economic numbers shows a changing picture of national economies. What will the impact be on supply chain strategy?... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Will TMS Swallow the Supply Chain? Article
Descartes and GT Nexus announcements, along with E2open and Amber Road strategies, lead to an interesting hypothesis.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Winning at Home Delivery Report
Home delivery is the new battlefront in retail. In this report we uncover the myths and the best practices across the globe.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin


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WMS Technology Part Five - Service Management Article
Service and Maintenance as part of warehouse operations is not just warehouse management software features, but RFID, Voice, and of course, Service Parts Planning. ... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

WMS Technology Part Four - Returns and Recalls Article
3PL warehouses have unique challenges that should drive their purchase of WMS software.... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

WMS Technology Part Two: SaaS in the Warehouse Article
Well, actually, it's not in the Warehouse. SaaS WMS Solutions show Market Momentum.... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin


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