Trade talks between the EU and U.K. have struggled in recent weeks, increasing the prospect that Britain departs the bloc without a deal and that businesses face an extreme shock when the divorce takes effect.
The unfolding pandemic has thrown into sharp relief just how complex and interdependent today's international supply chains are — and how little visibility companies can have over those interdependencies.
MediGO, a hardware and software platform for organ transplantation logistics, today announced its official launch into the national healthcare industry at the annual meeting of the Association for Organ Procurement Organizations.
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 12:00to Wednesday, October 14, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time
As shippers wrestle with the challenge of booming eCommerce shipping that has been accelerated by the COVID-19 crisis, they have increasingly turned to omnichannel shipping strategies across the supply chain. One approach gaining a hold is to create a warehouse-in-a-warehouse.
The warehouse-in-a-warehouse is a dedicated area exclusively for eCommerce. Everything needed to pick an order, pack a carton, and manage the parcel shipment is undertaken while still being integrated with existing systems for inventory, order management, and accounting. This reduces the investment necessary to adapt to the fulfillment needs of individual eCommerce merchants, while also providing scalability as the business grows. And with the continuing expansion of eCommerce, growth is vital.
Join us for this 30-minute webinar to hear real-world scenarios highlighting the power of the warehouse-in-a-warehouse to ramp up your omnichannel fulfillment strategy, including:
Allowing for multiple orders picked simultaneously by multiple users
Enabling cross-docking to increase order to ship cycle times
Generating optimal carton selection and packing instructions to reduce shipping costs and damage of products
Using system-generated advanced packing lists and customer labels
Maintaining complete visibility and traceability of orders in transit
Leveraging ASN capabilities of order shipment details
军婚蜜恋在八零, Managing Director, Pierbridge
Martin Hespeler, Vice President, Americas, Microlistics
Wednesday, July 22, 2020 12:00to Thursday, October 22, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time
In today's environment every aspect of transportation is facing challenges. Shippers are presented with load coverage limitations, routing decisions and capacity challenges. Not to mention the feat to maintain safe working environments via no contact processes. Flexible technology can help you stay safe, find load coverage and carrier capacity.
Join SupplyChainBrain and BluJay Solutions in this one hour webinar to learn about: - The current climate of COVID-19 and the impact it continues to have on the supply chain - How you can implement no contact check in and check out processes for the warehouse - Technology that can help shippers find capacity and carriers find loads - Examples of shippers taking advantage of managed transportation services to keep their product moving and on the shelves
Bryant Smith, Global Product Manager, BluJay Solutions
Steve Williamson, Director, Solution Consulting, BluJay Solutions
Tuesday, June 30, 2020 12:00to Wednesday, September 30, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time
For the foreseeable future, businesses and other organizations are going to have to tighten their belts and weather the coronavirus and its subsequent economic downturn.
One simple way to reduce operational costs and increase efficiencies is to implement cloud-based EDI.
Join EDI expert, Tomasz Sp?uszka as he shares insights into the benefits of transforming your organization's document exchange processes to a cloud-based solution.
You will learn:
Which type of EDI is best for your organization: On-Premise Solutions or Cloud EDI?
Many companies are still using on-premise EDI solutions that were deployed many years ago and are based on outdated technology. Find out which type of EDI is best for your organization by weighing the advantages and disadvantages of each.
How to keep your EDI system up to date with ease.
EDI systems are constantly evolving; it is not as simple as set and forget. Partners may leave your network while new partners may be added and EDI flows may change. Learn how to keep your EDI current.
How you can harmonize your EDI system while also simplifying it and reducing costs.
One of the biggest challenges to a multinational company’s EDI system is a fragmented environment. Having different EDI solutions in place can make it difficult to exchange data seamlessly.
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 12:00to Thursday, September 24, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Windows Mobile has reached end-of-life. Enterprise companies and the wider market are consistently choosing to migrate to Android as their operating system of choice for their mobile device platforms.
But how do you make this type of change without disrupting your business or your employees, especially during volatile times like today?
Join the leading industry experts in enterprise mobility for an engaging virtual panel discussion hosted by SupplyChainBrain on June 24 at 1pm EST.
In a free flowing conversation, our panelists will cover topics like: ? The current impacts of COVID-19 on data capture and enterprise mobility ? The migration path to Android ? The future of enterprise mobility deployment and support ? How to maximize the investment in a modern mobile platform
Panelists: ? Greg Henry, VP Client Solutions, Barcoding ? Sam Gonzalez, Director Global Systems & Solutions, Ivanti Wavelink ? Shash Anand, VP Product Strategy, SOTI ? Kevin J. Lollock, North America Regional Manager Software and Specialist SEs, Zebra Technologies
Supply chain disruptions happen – whether it’s the current COVID-19 situation, or future activities including other pandemics, unforeseen events or weather conditions such as hurricanes and tornadoes.
As a supply chain professional, you are in the power position of being able to learn from this experience and take actions now that can help your company be better prepared to face future supply chain disruptions, regardless of what shape they take.
So, will you be ready?
Do you have a plan for adopting advanced analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning in your supply chain operations?
Do you have the ability to run multiple ‘what-if’ scenarios to analyze how your supply chain will be affected by different types of disruptions?
Can you quickly sense a supply chain disruption, analyze options to mitigate it and execute the best response?
Logility can help. Our Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based digital supply chain platform can help with these things and more. For example, it leverages machine learning forecasts in scenario planning dashboards to let you easily see what’s going on and make the best decisions for your business. When supply chain disruptions happen, you can analyze and compare activities using a digital twin (a virtual mirror of your physical supply chain operations that lets you run multiple, what-if scenarios before you activate any changes) and make any adjustments in real time.
Explore this ebook, A Digital Transformation Guide for Supply Chain Disruptions, for eight tips to consider now to better plan and prepare for the future.
Is pick-to-voice the same as voice-picking? Which processes in the warehouse are ideal for voice automation? How does voice automation help distribution centers with the labor shortage? Kevin Mun, VP of Operations for AccuSpeechMobile answers these questions and shares his views regarding how workflow-centered, modern voice picking is helping supply chain operations managers optimize order fulfillment in the distribution center. Kevin Mun has worked with AccuSpeechMobile customers to voice automate the picking process and many other workflows. What are customers pleasantly surprised to learn? Is it really possible to voice enable a sample of a live application in a matter of days? Kevin discusses his insights from working with customers to implement voice for picking in the DC.