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The Job Is Not Done

Imagine driving down a dusty road for years. One without any towns, road signs, billboards, or rest stops. Sounds boring, right? I agree. This is the world of the supply chain leader driving process improvement. The road to supply chain excellence takes time and patience. There are no clear landmarks or directional signage. Today, in organizations, there is a large gap between technology and process effectiveness. Here we examine some recent data on managing costs.

New Kid on the Block

Introducing the new standard process framework: OpenReference. 

4 Great Tips for Warehouse Safety

Warehouse Safety is a key component of any successful supply chain system. Here are 4 tips to help you achieve success in regards to warehouse safety.

7 Logistical ways to save on shipping costs

7 Logistical Ways to Save on Shipping Costs

Why I Chose to Major in IT!

  • 27 February, 2017
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For a college student there are many majors an incoming freshman can choose from.

Examination of an Inbound Web Portal

  • 13 February, 2017
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Despite varying in size and industry, businesses have a few things in common, including the desire to save money and improve efficiencies.

Next Generation Leaders

  • 31 January, 2017
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Looking for Healthcare Talent?  Hospitals, Check Your Inventory.

Kartik, Some Advice to Find Your Feet

Remember Dear Abby? Some days, like today, I feel like I am walking in her shoes. Started in 1956, Dear Abby was an advice column. I read it most of my life.

Insights on building global talent

  • 27 January, 2017
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A question I am often asked when advising organisations on Supply Chain Analytics solutions, is how to set up a team to support the technology being implemented.  The conversation usually invo

APU Weight Exemption Guide

Auxiliary Power Units (APUs for short) are often used by truck drivers to limit fuel use seeing as they reduce the need for trucks to run engines on idle while they are parked.

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