Digital supply chain management requires a whole new set of skills. From an omnichannel mindset to enterprise IT use, here’s what defines success of logistics leaders. Editor’s note: This is the final guest post in a three-part series by Kate Began of Polycase. It took some time for the tech revolution to hit the logistics
Here are our most-viewed blog posts from 2017 about the supply chain and logistics industries, including posts about some of the largest supply chain companies in the world, Starbucks and Amazon. Throughout the year, we write innovative posts to help readers stay in the know with the latest news and happenings to the supply chain
This post comes to us from Adam Robinson of Cerasis, a top freight logistics company and truckload freight broker. The digital supply chain is basically a term that defines a supply chain whose foundation is built on web-enabled capabilities. At the moment, many systems are hybrid, meaning that supply chains normally use a mix of paper-based and IT-enabled
2016 was the year of the digital supply chain — here’s a look at how things changed. This guest post comes to us from Adam Robinson, director of marketing for Cerasis, a top freight logistics company and truckload freight broker. 2016 marched onward with a drive to improve the use of digital technology throughout the supply
The battle for competitiveness in the cloud. In this age of radical transformation for supply chains, top companies are tying together prevailing concepts, like big data and the Internet of Things (IoT), with cloud-based computing. Supply chains are being reimagined as digital networks that track not only physical goods, but also people, data, and money.