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WMS + SaaS + Automation = Smooth Operations

Logistics Viewpoints

As anyone who’s experienced change in supply chain technology over the past five-to-ten years can attest, we’ve come a long way, baby. Artificial intelligence, neural networks, machine learning, robotics, mobile apps, big data, the cloud and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The software is still under your control.

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How to Hurdle the Biggest Barrier to Supply Chain Transparency: Data

Logistics Viewpoints

Proprietary warehouse, transportation , and labor management systems bolted onto legacy ERP systems, all “enriched” with off-the-shelf and bespoke software solutions, are a recipe for disaster. The data locked in black boxes across your operating network causes you, and your network, to operate ineffectually.

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Logility to Acquire Network Optimization Provider Starboard Solutions

Logility

With Starboard’s Digital Twin Technology, Logility Clients Can Better Answer “What if” Scenarios and Optimize Supply Chain Networks to Overcome Disruptions and Drive Growth. a Traverse City, Michigan based innovator of supply chain network design software. Learn more about the Logility® Digital Supply Chain Platform.

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Who’s Really in Your Supply Chain Network? 

Talking Logistics

For readers too young to know about this tool, it was first. Read more The post Who’s Really in Your Supply Chain Network? Salesmen, PR agents, and many other professionals recorded names, addresses, phone numbers, and maybe fax numbers on 2 ¼” x 4” cards that were filed alphabetically on the wheel-shaped roll.

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Buyer's Guide for Supply Chain Network Design Software

Network design as a discipline is complex and too many businesses are still relying on spreadsheets to design and optimize their supply chain. As a result, most organizations struggle to answer network design questions or test hypotheses in weeks, when results are demanded in hours. The current technology landscape.

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Dealing with Unsupported Network Design Software? There’s a Silver Lining

AIMMS

It can be incredibly frustrating when the software you use to run your supply chain will become unsupported. Some tools may be acquired by competitors, who then incorporate them in a vastly more expensive package. Attempting to run your supply chain on unsupported software is like walking a tightrope without a net.

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Implementing Last-mile Delivery Technology

Logistics Viewpoints

Technology for All In a retail era dominated by e-commerce giants, customer expectations have shifted towards instant product delivery at no cost. To meet these demands and ensure superior delivery experiences, retailers and carriers must leverage last-mile delivery technology.

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New Buyer's Guide for Supply Chain Network Design

Many companies are looking to redesign their supply chain network to lower costs, improve service levels and reduce risks in the new year. To do this, teams are finding that they need to perform network assessments more regularly and in-house. The Current Technology Landscape: Perceptions on network design technology.

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Supply Chain Network Design: The Ultimate Use Cases eBook

Explore the most common use cases for network design and optimization software. This eBook shares how supply chain leaders leverage their supply chain design software to tackle a variety of challenges and questions. Creating a strategic digital twin (digital representation) of your supply chain network. What's inside?

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New Supply Chain Design Software Benefits Calculator

How much can you save by optimizing your supply chain network? What's the ROI of supply chain network design software? Take our calculator for a spin to see how much you can save per year by optimizing your supply chain network. Our benefits calculator helps you find out. We often get asked this question.

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Implementing Supply Chain Network Design

That’s what Supply Chain Network Design is all about. Traditionally, supply chain network design has been done on a one-off or project basis. This guide offers hands-on advice that will help you use network design to achieve successful results. Analysts who are moving from spreadsheets to more advanced modeling tools.

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Supply Chain Network Design in 30 Minutes

Speaker: Catalina Perez Leiva

Learn how AIMMS Network Design helps you run various scenarios to make informed decisions, all with personal, high-care implementation support and onboarding. AIMMS Network Design features, functions, and technology: Use cases. Has Excel reached its limits for mathematical optimization?

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New Research: The State of Supply Chain Network Design in 2022

This report explores how the state of supply chain network design has changed – including how the tools, maturity models, and market demands are transforming the network design practice. This report is useful if you are interested in: Exploring new network design insights and capabilities. Industry benchmarks.

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Gartner: Uncover the Differences in Real-Time Transportation Visibility Platform Vendors

Looking to uncover the differences among the vendors of real-time transportation visibility platforms such as usability, implementation effort, network size, & cost? Gartner rates 11 visibility platform vendors on 100+ capabilities to help you make the best decision for your business. Download the reports!

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Top 5 Barriers to Supply Chain Network Design Adoption and How to Overcome Them

Speaker: Brian Dooley, Director SC Navigator, AIMMS, and Paul van Nierop, Supply Chain Planning Specialist, AIMMS

You have tough decisions to make about your network design. You need answers to urgent network questions, but weeks go by. This on-demand webinar shares research findings from Supply Chain Insights, including the top 5 obstacles that bog you down when trying to improve your network design efforts: Poor data quality.