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Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Five leading technology analysts explore the roles ERP, business analytics (BI), RFID, TMS, and social media are playing to help logistics professionals capture and utilize data to improve supply chain visibility—and their careers.

This year’s findings indicate a leveling off from last year’s welcome spike, but also indicate a higher overall investment by those firms that are buying new or upgrading software. For 2012, the market appears to be progressing on a slow-and-steady growth path that isn’t expected to let up anytime soon.

Most enterprises have logistics and transportation risk management protocols that can address localized disruptions. Global supply chain risks, however, can have cascading and unintended consequences that no one organization can mitigate. Here are recommendations for managing the vulnerabilities.
Posted on 05/01 at 06:24 PM
FeaturesGlobal LogisticsGlobal LogisticsGlobal TradeMay 2012Permalink


With a few simple prescriptions, lift truck fleet managers can plan for the unplanned, reduce costs, and ramp up productivity and safety measures.

The recent surge of U.S. exports has created a more balanced trade picture for U.S. ports and the stakeholders they serve. If this is a sustainable trend, analysts expect to see more investment in infrastructure and increased competition among the leading gateways.
Posted on 05/01 at 02:00 PM
Special ReportsOcean FreightMay 2012TransportationPermalink


The highest logistics and supply chain salaries continue to be earned by those who concentrate on adapting new technological advances and maintain a life-long commitment to learning. View our latest salary survey.
Posted on 05/01 at 12:28 PM
FeaturesNewsSlideshowApril 2012Salary SurveyPermalink


New and innovative technology-driven concepts are brought to my attention on nearly a daily basis. When something really lands with us for the first time, that concept is simply comprised of words on a page or vibrations hanging in the air. We nod, say that sounds interesting, and then quickly dive back into our day-to-day grind to practice “business as usual.”
Posted on 05/01 at 11:33 AM
ColumnsViewpointMay 2012Supply Chain SoftwarePermalink


Next’s week’s semiannual report will provide more of a forecast.
Posted on 05/01 at 10:53 AM
NewsInstitute for Supply ManagementSupply ChainManufacturingPermalink


As the logistics and supply chain community braces for disruptions caused by May Day demonstrations, it’s heartening to learn that free market forces are still running the show
Posted on 05/01 at 09:54 AM
BlogsSupply ChainManagementLogisticsPermalink


New service launches in the next three months are expected to bring the idle fleet below 350,000 TEU by July
Posted on 05/01 at 09:09 AM
NewsOcean FreightGlobalOcean CargoPermalink



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