The latest software solutions and technologies for management of supply chain inventory and global trade including ERP, CRM, SCM, TMS and WMS.
Posted 10/07 · 03:33 PM · SCMR Editorial
Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco, the information technology event dedicated to helping businesses optimize existing systems and understand upcoming technology breakthroughs, drew more than 45,000 attendees from 117 countries this past week
Posted 10/06 · 01:24 PM · LM Editorial
Entitled RedPrairie On-Demand Supply Chain, company officials said this new unit will support advanced technology for warehouse management (WMS) and transportation management (TMS) in a single- and multi-tenant model.
Posted 10/06 · 10:03 AM · SCMR Editorial
An innovative supply chain solution for midsize businesses was unveiled this week, promising to provide new forecasting tools for the age of shipper/carrier collaboration.
Posted 10/03 · 09:47 AM · SCMR Editorial
Following Oracle’s acquisition of Sun, the hardware manufacturer performed a dramatic one-year transformation by radically redefining its supply chain strategy
Posted 10/01 · 07:51 PM · MMH Editorial
Data capture technology can help an operation see its products in real time and take proactive steps to keep materials moving smoothly through the supply chain. Here’s a look at several basic data capture technologies.
Posted 10/01 · 07:27 PM · MMH Editorial
After a challenging 2009, the ADC market bounced back in 2010 and looks strong moving forward.
Posted 10/01 · 07:21 PM · MMH Editorial
Light-directed put stations are designed to help an apparel retailer optimize split case fulfillment and account for a 300% improvement in pick rates.
Posted 10/01 · 01:51 PM · MMH Editorial
Pick-to-light solution results in improved picking performance and more reliable sensing for automotive components supplier.
Posted 10/01 · 01:42 PM · MMH Editorial
New workforce management solution boosts Briggs & Stratton distribution center productivity nearly 20% in two weeks.
Posted 09/21 · 08:43 AM · SCMR Editorial
Supply chain costs have been slashed by 62 percent at Brazil's major ocean cargo gateways, said Unisys Corporation