Warehouse Management continues to be a critical function in the global supply chain. Many innovations continue to be introduced to enhance operational capabilities, as well as to allow those who manage the warehouse to introduce new services to their customers and partners.
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Manhattan Moves Further Into the Store --
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 from this year's user conference.
Omni Channel: Start Asking the Right Questions! --
So much has been written about Omni, but there hasn't been too much real guidance. ChainLink has provided actionable insights to help manufacturers, brand, and retailers think more deeply about Omni and develop strategies and methods for success.
JDA Gets in Focus --
Updates and Insights from JDA's FOCUS 2015 Conference.
It's 58 Shopping Days till Christmas --
Impact of Omni-Channel, Home Delivery, and the Biggest Christmas Ever on Logistics.
A Hot Summer -- The hot market for Mergers and Acquisitions continues; and these deals are pretty big, overall. Last month we showcased several M&As. But that seems to be just the beginning of the story...
Manhattan Enabling Retail's Transformation --
We are at a time of profound change in the retail industry, especially the role of the physical store. Manhattan seems to be in a strong position to enable and benefit from this transition. Here are some highlights from their recent user conference.
JDA's Opportunity for Reinvention --
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 conference, they laid out their strategy for turning that collection of assets into a more cohesive and value-generating whole.
Supply Chain Market: (Parts 1-2)