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By Guy Courtin · January 10, 2018
Most companies realized digitization was never a simple switch they could flip, instantly connecting all the shared data among businesses, their suppliers and trading partners to what is happening in the physical supply chain.
By Rosemary Coates · January 10, 2018
The New Year celebrations actually last for two weeks and begin ramping up before Feb 16.
By Patrick Burnson · January 8, 2018
John Langley Jr., PhD., who serves as a director of development at the Center for Supply Chain Research at the Smeal College of Business at Pennsylvania State University says “Uberization” is going to change the game.
By APQC · January 5, 2018
This Infographic from APQC explains how Blockchain, or distributed ledger technology, provides a secure way to record transactions made among key business partners.
By Jeff Berman · January 4, 2018
The report’s key metric, known as the PMI, was 59.7 (a reading of 50 or higher indicates growth) in December, which was 1.5% ahead of November’s 58.2. This marks the 16th straight month that the PMI has grown, with the overall economy growing for the 103rd consecutive month. The December PMI is 2.1% ahead of the 12-month average of 57.6.
By Bob Trebilcock · December 29, 2017
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By Kevin Doran · December 28, 2017
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From rapid prototyping to various other components, the groundbreaking technology has changed the way manufacturers conceive and map-out ideas to product development engineering to supply chain movement.
By Patrick Burnson · December 22, 2017
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By Kevin Price · December 22, 2017
The enterprise asset management (EAM) industry is moving to the cloud—but not everyone has bought into the idea that digitizing their maintenance operation will improve performance and profitability.
By Raanan Cohen · December 21, 2017
The volume of parcels and services delivered to people’s doorsteps is only going to keep growing, with significant implications for businesses, cities, and established delivery businesses.
By Christon Valdivieso CSCP, SSBBP · December 20, 2017
Saying no to an internal customer is often avoided in an attempt to choose your battles or play office politics. In reality, saying "No" is more advantageous when used as the beginning of a bigger discussion that allows businesses to engage on a deeper level and create innovative solutions. Saying “No” as a means to begin a conversation, rather than end it, helps companies grow in several key ways
By Michael Hicks · December 20, 2017
It may be hard to tell by some of the commentary, but the U.S. economy is already at the peak of industrial production
By Patrick Burnson · December 18, 2017
Transport Intelligence (Ti), a consultancy based in Bath UK, has just produced a collection of primary research reflecting the latest thinking in the market and the views of senior executives within its Logistics Briefing network.

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