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Expert Formula to Combat Omnichannel Supply Chain Complexity 

In an omnichannel world, technology is a defining trait and a key challenge for the supply chain. The problem is that firms adopting cutting-edge technology for their supply chains often struggle against complexity. Especially in the age of pandemic, survey cited that 70 percent of 300 supply chain leaders said they were still in data

Logistics and Supply Chain Jobs are Vulnerable to Automation 

Automation is changing the paradigms in traditional warehouse operations. Logistics companies across the globe seek to enhance the order accuracy through the use of material handling equipment, conveyor systems and robotic automation. E-commerce as the unseparated bottomline of logistics also brings a great challenge for more efficient, low-cost delivery processes to distribute customers’ orders in

Advancing On-Demand Healthcare Delivery 

Manufacturers are building up direct delivery models in response to increasing online and home care channels. The online pharmaceutical markets will grow to $128 billion by 2023. Services will be pushed from hospital or clinics, to a home care environment to increase customer convenience and reduce cost of care. Mobile healthcare professionals provide treatment at

10 Skills Required TO BE a Data Warehouse Consultant 

  Data Warehouse Consultant is one of the most tempting jobs with a big paycheck around $42.0 an hour – that’s $87,367 a year. The job growth is also good with 9 percent growth between 2018 and 2028 with 10,500 job opportunities available, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labour Statistics. While the job offers

Preparing Supply Chain for AI, Blockchain & Machine Learning: 5 Questions to Ask

Data is the new oil – it becomes more essential than ever. Technological leaps like blockchain, artificial intelligence and machine learning run on data. They’re already beginning to transform supply chain operations across many sectors. So, is your supply chain organization prepared to adopt these emerging technologies and generate operational improvements to deliver the anticipated

2 Types of Inventory Control Systems 

Inventory control systems are technology solutions that integrate all aspects of an organization’s inventory tasks, including shipping, purchasing, receiving, warehouse storage, turnover, tracking, and reordering. While there are some debates regarding the differences between inventory management and inventory control, the truth is that a good inventory control system does it all by taking a holistic

Knowing Supply Chains Better: Terms You Should Know

Many people often believe that logistics and supply chains fall in the same categories. Yet, these terms have their own functions in the logistics industries. For instance, supply chains represent the overall sourcing, processing and delivery of goods to the end customers, while logistics specifically focuses on moving and storing goods between different supply chain

Recovering Process for Supply Chain in The COVID-19 Crisis 

The COVID-19 pandemic is a global crisis without a modern parallel. The lack of precedent for a black swan event so broad in its impact across geographic, demographic, and economic sectors explains why many public and private sector organisations were already becoming strained before the WHO officially declared a pandemic on March 11, 2020. Today,

5 Affordable Procurement Software in 2020 

In this day and age, businesses can make the best use of technology to help them make a difference in terms of the acquisition of supplies. In this case, procurement software does just that. Procurement software helps automate the purchasing process and manages all activities related to an organisation’s expenditure. It makes complex processes easier,

10 Best Countries for Logistics & Supply Chain Business: 2020 Index 

Agility’s annual survey, which pooled 780 supply chain professionals, recorded overall pessimism about the global economy, with 64 percent respondents saying a recession likely happens. Only 12 percent of executives said a recession will unlikely happen. At the same time, logistics executives predicted that companies will ride out any turbulence in trade relations between the