Customer expectations are shifting perhaps more regularly than at any other time in the history of supply chains. Technology fuels this. Businesses haven’t got any choice but to rise to the challenge and work out how they can meet customer expectations in a way that still enables them to thrive and grow. This means matching the availability of technology and its affordability with customer expectations, particularly in the arena of warehousing. Read more
Information technology in the supply chain, and specifically systems that manage the flow of goods and information across the supply chain, is becoming ever more advanced. With this advancement, complexity is growing as expansions in functionality start to overlap traditional boundaries.
So, we thought we’d take the opportunity to do a back to basics explanation of the primary systems that all physical supply chains should have deployed as a minimum. Read more