Today’s business environment is nothing if not volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA). And coupled with the increasingly
A Transportation Management System (TMS) is a logistics platform that makes use of various technologies to help companies
As the transportation industry is becoming more complex and sophisticated, logistics service providers
The COVID-19 outbreak has led to a global pandemic that made a profound impact on how we live and conduct business. With global and regional supply chains experiencing constant disruptions, businesses should aim to strike the right balance between a resilient and lean supply chain management.
Advanced AI- and blockchain-based tech solutions can be used in logistics to automate or (at least) shorten some of the time-consuming manual tasks. Thanks to tech solutions, such as communication, transportation and inventory management, vehicle routing and scheduling, mobile apps, and track-and-trace software, you will be able to identify supply and demand patterns easily and quickly reroute certain shipments when needed.
The response to the COVID-19 outbreak by communities, governments, and organizations has affected our way of life, but it has also led to global traffic congestion, travel restrictions, and other disruptions in the global transportation of materials and products.
Nothing will be the same after COVID-19 when it comes to the global economy and supply chains. With such major disruptions in their supply chains, logistics and supply chain leaders have been working to adapt to frequent changes, as well as creating strategies for building more robust and resilient systems.
As the healthcare industry moves towards a value-based model, the supply chain has carved itself out a critical
The healthcare sector faces extraordinary pressure to improve customer service, material handling, and inventory management while also increasing