Sun.Mar 10, 2019


Gravity Supply Chain

As a supply chain professional, real time data is one of the most significant assets at your disposal to ensure your supply chain performs efficiently, reliably and is not subject to disruption by unforeseen circumstances. You want to see where all your shipments are at all times, and to be aware of any potential delays that may pose a risk to the delivery of your cargo, allowing you to take proactive action. The post REAL TIME DATA AT YOUR FINGERTIPS appeared first on Gravity Supply Chain.

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How Machine Learning Slashes Quality Control Costs in Manufacturing


The post How Machine Learning Slashes Quality Control Costs in Manufacturing appeared first on Seebo Blog. Industry 4.0 Insights

If These Docks Could Talk with Mark LeGrand of Dock411 [podcast]

Aborn and Co.

Mark LeGrand from Dock411 joins the show to discuss their disruptive new shipper rating app


How to Measure If Your Inventory Control is Working Efficiently


As a successful manufacturer or distributor, you understand the importance of managing inventory to ensure the business has enough stock on hand to meet customer demand. You’ve invested considerable time and effort into streamlining and enhancing your inventory control , but now you are unsure how to measure if these efforts have been effective. There are numerous indicators of successful inventory control including the absence of dead stock , improved cashflow and greater profitability.

How does your demand forecasting compare to your peers?

Demand forecasts are becoming increasingly more difficult to predict and less accurate. How are supply chain professionals dealing with this? What kind of technology are they using to deal with this shift? How is their approach to forecasting evolving? Take this assessment to find out how your demand forecasting process stacks up against others. It’s also a handy resource to identify improvement areas for your team. It only takes a few minutes and you get instant feedback.

Inventory Management and Xero Accounting Software


Introduction. There’s no question that inventory management and accounting are inseparable. Small and medium-sized businesses that deal in physical goods want to manage their inventory and the flow of goods in their business. And to benchmark and report their financial performance.