The latest software solutions and technologies for management of supply chain inventory and global trade including ERP, CRM, SCM, TMS and WMS.
Posted 05/14 · 07:17 AM · MMH Editorial
The Rules of Thumb is a popular resource for the supply chain industry containing costing information for nearly everything that goes inside a distribution center/warehouse facility (materials handling, storage, technology, lighting, etc.).
Posted 05/13 · 09:19 PM · SCMR Editorial
Some companies blindly trust their supplier to arrange transportation and the export of products from China.
Posted 05/10 · 09:03 AM · LM Editorial
An overwhelming majority consider security issues very important when assessing presidential candidates
Posted 05/10 · 08:55 AM · SCMR Editorial
According to new research by Unisys Corporation, shippers in the U.S. are less concerned about nearly all aspects of security than they were 12 months ago.
Posted 05/10 · 08:14 AM · SCMR Editorial
There’s not a lot of guidance assisting with HIPAA-compliant social media strategies.
Posted 05/08 · 07:41 AM · SCMR Editorial
Social media is all about connecting. It’s not about you – although it certainly can help raise visibility.
Posted 05/07 · 06:08 PM · SCMR Editorial
Successful automation of procurement processes can deliver a host of benefits. For one, automation can eliminate the costly, time-consuming manual tasks while giving supply management professionals the tools and enhanced visibility needed to make better procurement decisions. Here’s a guide to successfully implementing your automation project and start gaining those advantages.
Posted 05/07 · 03:05 PM · SCMR Editorial
The nation’s top trucking companies share “high intensity” management teams, financial stability, and IT systems that afford “two-way communication” with shippers—and they’re just getting wiser.
Posted 05/07 · 08:56 AM · LM Editorial
Looking at the North America TMS market, ARC said that revenues has bounced back strongly since the end of the recession, with pent-up demand leading to robust growth next year, which will then be declining to historical growth rates.
Posted 05/07 · 08:52 AM · SCMR Editorial
Based on data collected in 2010, about 42% of physicians accessed social media sites for personal use.