The latest software solutions and technologies for management of supply chain inventory and global trade including ERP, CRM, SCM, TMS and WMS.
Posted 03/04 · 01:21 PM · MMH Editorial
Vocollect will broaden Intermec’s applications and solution offerings in the warehouse workflow and help to establish a leading position in software-oriented solutions.
Posted 03/01 · 10:00 AM · MMH Editorial
To revitalize its distribution processes, Coca-Cola Refreshments U.S.A. implemented a VoIP-based voice technology that enables 3,000 warehouse associates in 100 facilities.
Posted 03/01 · 09:50 AM · MMH Editorial
The system uses wide area and local area networks to direct operations on the floor of warehouses across the enterprise.
Posted 03/01 · 09:49 AM · MMH Editorial
Which voice technology solution is right for your facility?
Posted 03/01 · 09:45 AM · MMH Editorial
Mobility is the hottest marketing trend in the supply chain. Modern looks behind the hype to see what’s changing in the mobile supply chain.
Posted 03/01 · 08:46 AM · MMH Editorial
This Canadian retailer tossed its paper-based pick systems and turned to voice to help process SKUs of varying shapes and sizes—the result is improved productivity and 99.97% order accuracy.
Posted 02/24 · 08:09 AM · LM Editorial
By banking on a combination of cross-docking and flow-through distribution to rapidly provide its customers with the latest fashions at affordable prices, the retailer has emerged as a force to be reckoned with in a highly competitive retail landscape.
Posted 02/24 · 08:07 AM · MMH Editorial
With new picking technologies, Bardwil doubled its throughput rates to meet faster order turnaround times.
Posted 02/24 · 01:07 AM · LM Editorial
Technology and innovation inside the four walls are changing the face of inventory management and transportation operations. Are you ready for the brave, new world?
Posted 02/19 · 10:46 AM · SCMR Editorial
Observers of Silicon Valley have always assumed that the most successful companies get their competitive edge by paying their star employees more than the competition to fuel innovation. Now research, co-authored by Stanford professor Kathryn Shaw, and using the academic field of insider econometrics, has been able to prove that this assumption is indeed true