The Digital Supply Chain Demands the Use of Smart Supply Chain Technologies

Cerasis

Modern supply chains have access to more information and technology than ever before, creating a new, digital supply chain. However, the digital supply chain has grown increasingly reliant on the use of “smart technologies,” such as those involved in automated data capture, analyses and the Internet of Things (IoT). Deploying Smart Supply Chain Technologies. The Benefits of Smart Technologies in the Digital Supply Chain.

WMS and eCommerce: How to Use Supply Chain Technology to a Competitive Advantage

Cerasis

The application of supply chain technology is essential to maintaining a competitive advantage in the height of eCommerce growth. Warehouse Managers need to understand the challenges of maintaining a competitive advantage, how technology can help, and a few best practices in leveraging technology. Modern Technology Is the Solution Think about what makes up a winning eCommerce supply chain strategy and positive customer experience.

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Why investors are looking at supply chain technologies in 2020

Requis

Since the coronavirus pandemic took hold earlier in 2020, supply chain has become a household word. Investors, like the public, have woken up to the fact that supply chains are the engine driving economic prosperity. Supply chain, it seems, is ripe for disruption.

Is Seamless OmniChannel Possible? How to Avoid Supply Chain Technology Hiccups

Cerasis

Unfortunately, a lack of understanding in omnichannel supply chains has also led many companies to experience extreme issues in delivering on their promises. In addition, some may feel that growing into a seamless omnichannel sales strategy is impossible without supply chain technology hiccups, but that is not true. Identify Market Trends Omni-channel supply chains are built on having multiple touchpoints per order, ranging from online to brick-and-mortar sales.

These Advanced Supply Chain Technologies will Solidify the Digital Supply Chain in 2018

Cerasis

The type and capabilities of supply chain technology is expanding, and technology will only grow more important in effective supply chain management in 2018. From the increased demand to data-driven decision-making through the industrial Internet of things (IIoT) to the use of cloud-based technologies, supply chain technology will advance light years in the coming months. Blockchain Technology Will Emerge in Greater Detail.

Supply Chain Technology Roundup: IoT and 3D Printing

Elementum

Digital transformation involves the strategic overhaul of business activities, processes, competencies, and models to fully leverage the opportunities made available by new technologies. Two cutting-edge technologies being implemented today are the Internet of Things (IoT) and 3D printing. Now beyond the point of being mere buzzwords, these technologies are actively transforming the landscape of logistics and manufacturing networks across the globe.

5 Seismic Shifts in Supply Chain Technology!

Supply Chain Game Changer

Lora Cecere is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the research firm Supply Chain Insights at [link]. Supply chain technology is changing rapidly as new, innovative solution providers leave traditional legacy players behind. In supply chain management technology there is a fault line separating new, innovative technology providers and traditional supply chain software providers, and the gap between them is growing.

Supply Chain Technology Roundup: IoT and 3D Printing

Elementum

Digital transformation involves the strategic overhaul of business activities, processes, competencies, and models to fully leverage the opportunities made available by new technologies. Two cutting-edge technologies being implemented today are the Internet of Things (IoT) and 3D printing. Now beyond the point of being mere buzzwords, these technologies are actively transforming the landscape of logistics and manufacturing networks across the globe.

WMS and eCommerce: How to Use Supply Chain Technology to a Competitive Advantage

Veridian Solutions

The application of supply chain technology is essential to maintaining a competitive advantage in the height of eCommerce growth. Warehouse Managers need to understand the challenges of maintaining a competitive advantage, how technology can help, and a few best practices in leveraging technology. The Amazon Effect: How the Retail Giant Has Shaken Up the Supply Chain and What Supply Chains Can Do to Keep Up.

Digital Transformation: An Imperative for Industrial Manufacturing in 2017

Cerasis

Are industrial manufacturers seizing all the opportunities of a more digital world? A recent article suggests that, by 2018, only 30 percent of manufacturers investing in digital transformation will be able to maximize the outcome. The remaining 70 percent are hindered by outdated business models and technology. The speed of business is fast and companies that aren’t successful in adopting, implementing, and optimizing new technologies run the risk of being left behind.

CX is top driver of supply chain technology innovation

BluJay Solutions

Given that it can be the pivotal difference between driving a healthy profit for an organization, or bleeding it dry, it would be safe to assume cost-saving would be the top priority when it comes to investing in and innovating supply chain technology. But, according to research commissioned by BluJay Solutions in partnership with the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), that’s not the case.

4 Key Trends to Watch in Smart Manufacturing and Supply Chain

Cerasis

Industrial IoT and big data are converging to enable demand-driven 'smart supply chains.' The advancements in 3D printing and 'Additive Manufacturing,' coupled with supply chain efficiencies, could make distributed manufacturing a reality, ushering in the era of smart manufacturing. The Continual Coverage and Now Reality of Smart Manufacturing with 3D Printing. Smart Manufacturing will Make Supply Chains Demand Driven not Forecast Driven.

What is Supply Chain Technology and Why is it Important?

CH Robinson Transportfolio

What is Supply Chain Technology and Why is it Important? With so many options and varying levels of service, understanding supply chain technology may seem overwhelming—especially if your organization is growing. By definition, supply chain technology refers to any digital equipment used to simplify supply chain processes for shippers and carriers. The importance of technology in supply chain management.

BEC secures partnership with Apex Supply Chain Technologies

Manufacturing & Logistics IT

BEC (Systems Integration) Ltd has formed a partnership with Apex Supply Chain Technologies Ltd., a market-leading manufacturer of secure automated locker solutions

The Industrial Internet of Things, Manufacturing, Supply Chain & Logistics: Where Are We & Where Are We Going?

Cerasis

The era of paper-based systems and physically monitoring the supply chain is ending. The definition of the IoT sums it up; it is “a network of dedicated physical objects that contain embedded technology to sense or interact with their internal state or external environment.”. Supply Chain Management. Supply chain management is a broad term used to describe the current use of the industrial internet of things in the supply chain.

7 Supply Chain Technology Trends Set to Disrupt Supply Chains in 2017 and Beyond

Arkieva

What supply chain technology trends are set to revolutionize your supply chain in 2017 and beyond? Supply chain executives recognize digital disruption is carving new opportunities in business process automation and organizational management – with increasing tenacity. As 2017 comes into focus, several key technological initiatives are topping corporate agendas. Here are 7 Supply Chain Technology Trends for 2017.

The Expanding Use of E-Commerce for Manufacturing Companies

Cerasis

How the Internet has transformed the manufacturing and order fulfillment process is no small secret. However, the realm of e-commerce for manufacturing companies is rapidly growing, and modern manufacturers are starting to see a shift from business-to-consumer (B2C) sales to business-to-business (B2B) sales. Manufacturing and shipping process have historically focused on producing a product, sending it to the store, and having a consumer purchase the product.

UK manufacturer Fox’s Biscuits streamlines production and service levels to retailers after deploying FuturMaster supply chain technology

Manufacturing & Logistics IT

Fox's, the £250m UK biscuit company, has improved its forecasting, manufacturing and promotions planning practices after implementing new supply chain technology from specialist vendor FuturMaster

[e-Book] 2016 Trends in Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Logistics, and Transportation Management

Cerasis

The industries of manufacturing, supply chain, logistics, and transportation management, like much of the modern world, are seeing substantial change as new technologies come on board. From augmented reality, 3D Printing, the Internet of Things, and wearables to a concurrent revitalization of how the success or failure of the implementation of these advanced technologies truly hinge on solid and efficient fundamental processes.

[INFOGRAPHICS] 4 Uses of Supply Chain Technology Applications Moving Shippers into the Future of Effective Management

Cerasis

In today's highly competitive marketplace, it’s imperative for businesses to innovate new ways to streamline their supply chain and optimize productivity. With the aid of modern supply chain technology applications, you can create better visibility within your supply chain , which will enable you to have more control over your business and stay ahead of the competition. 9 Facts About RFID Technology in Logistics.

[e-Book] The Future Of Supply Chain, Logistics & Manufacturing: How Technology Is Transforming Industries

Cerasis

The logistics, manufacturing, supply chain, and transportation industries are going through a time of rapid and unprecedented transformation. The future of these industries is paved with innovation and technology. Today, merchants and service providers within these industries are cautiously adopting these technologies to provide faster, cheaper, more reliable and sustainable business practices. Technology’s Role in Procurement.

Leading the way towards Autonomous factories

Prophetic Technology

Organisations have moved from talk to action, and today, advanced-manufacturing technology takes the centre stand, boosted by the maturing of the data-driven experience. supply chain technology manufacture

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[e-Book] The Current State of Manufacturing to Better Manage Logistics & Supply Chain Operations

Cerasis

Download "The Current State of Manufacturing to Better Manage Logistics & Supply Chain Operations" E-Book. In 2016 we focused on our main areas of writing: Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Logistics, and Transportation Management. In this ebook, you will learn about the current States of Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Manufacturing Technology, Logistics, Logistics Technology, and Transportation Management.

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BluJay Gains Momentum with Record Number of Companies Selecting its Supply Chain Technology Solutions

BluJay Solutions

Holland, MI and BluJay SOAR, Orlando, FL – April 25, 2019 – BluJay Solutions , a leading provider of supply chain software and services powered by the world’s first Global Trade Network, announcd today at SOAR 2019 a record level of new business across its Transportation Management, Customs Management, Parcel, and Logistics as a Service (LaaS) solutions in the first quarter of the year. Zentis also supplies other companies within the BluJay network with fruit for various products.

Making IoT in Manufacturing & Supply Chain Work by Using Cloud Technologies

Cerasis

Gartner defines the IoT as “…the network of dedicated physical objects (things) that contain embedded technology to sense or interact with their internal state or external environment. They are even developing technology (called LiFi) that uses light waves to transmit information. As these technologies become increasingly sophisticated, they will become more and more adaptable and can be made to interface with custom software designed to help make those communications more useful.

2015 Predictions: Manufacturing, Part 1

Enterra Insights

James Dyson, the British inventor, designer, engineer, and entrepreneur most famous for his vacuums, once said, “Manufacturing is more than … Continued The post 2015 Predictions: Manufacturing, Part 1 appeared first on Enterra Solutions. Big Data Business Connectivity Supply Chain Technology

Trends 2016: Manufacturing

Enterra Insights

A couple of years ago, Jeff Dobbs, KPMG’s Global Sector Chair for Industrial Manufacturing, wrote, “The challenges of the past … Continued. The post Trends 2016: Manufacturing appeared first on Enterra Solutions. Artificial Intelligence Big Data Business Cognitive Computing digital enterprise Supply Chain Technology Enterra Solutions Stephen DeAngelis

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Additive Manufacturing: Hype or Hope for U.S. Manufacturing? Part 1

Enterra Insights

Almost every day a new article about 3-D printing (or additive manufacturing) is published. Some pundits believe that 3-D printing … Continued The post Additive Manufacturing: Hype or Hope for U.S. Manufacturing? Business Supply Chain Technology Part 1 appeared first on Enterra Solutions.

Additive Manufacturing: Hype or Hope for U.S. Manufacturing? Part 2

Enterra Insights

In Part 1 of this two-part series, I focused on the opinions of three experts in the field of 3-D … Continued The post Additive Manufacturing: Hype or Hope for U.S. Manufacturing? Business Supply Chain Technology Part 2 appeared first on Enterra Solutions.

2015 Predictions: Manufacturing, Part 2

Enterra Insights

In Part 1 of this two-part series, I focused on the first five of ten predictions made by International Data … Continued The post 2015 Predictions: Manufacturing, Part 2 appeared first on Enterra Solutions. Big Data Business Cognitive Computing Connectivity Supply Chain Technology

What does ‘on-time, in-full’ (OTIF) mean in the consumer sector?

PINC

Supply chain complexity is increasing as customers demand a wider selection of products, a broader choice of channels, and more promotional offers. The global pandemic has accelerated this trend, and along the way unveiled some major gaps in the world’s supply chains.

Manufacturing is Still Critical for a Healthy Economy

Enterra Insights

In KPMG’s 2014 Global Manufacturing Outlook report, Jeff Dobbs, KPMG’s Global Sector Chair for Industrial Manufacturing, wrote, “The challenges of … Continued The post Manufacturing is Still Critical for a Healthy Economy appeared first on Enterra Solutions. Artificial Intelligence Big Data Business Critical Infrastructure Supply Chain Technology Web/Internet Internet

Additive Manufacturing and Its Impact on the Supply Chain

Enterra Insights

The growth of additive manufacturing (i.e., The post Additive Manufacturing and Its Impact on the Supply Chain appeared first on Enterra Solutions. Business Current Affairs Supply Chain Technologyproducing products using 3D printers) has been stunning. Not long ago, 3D printers were … Continued.

Smart Manufacturing and the Internet of Things

Enterra Insights

Manufacturing worldwide is on the cusp of a revolution,” writes Kevin O’Marah (@komarah), chief content officer, and Pierfrancesco Manenti (@PierManenti), … Continued. The post Smart Manufacturing and the Internet of Things appeared first on Enterra Solutions. Best Practices Big Data Business Cognitive Computing Connectivity Supply Chain Technology Web/Internet Enterra Solutions Internet Stephen DeAngelis

Manufacturing’s Symbiotic Relationship with Technology

Enterra Insights

A million years ago manufacturing was a very personal business. The post Manufacturing’s Symbiotic Relationship with Technology appeared first on Enterra Solutions. Artificial Intelligence Big Data Business Cognitive Computing digital enterprise Innovation Supply Chain Technology Web/Internet Enterra Solutions Internet Stephen DeAngelisIndividuals constructed their own tools and weapons. Those items, however, … Continued.