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Chipotle’s Woes Highlight Need for Track and Trace Across Supply Chains

Posted by on December 22, 2015 2:34 pm

Supply chain visibility and traceability are key to improving operational efficiency and enabling communication among trading partners. Yet in the event of a crisis, visibility and traceability become imperative in order to quickly identify—and solve—the problem. Not only do you want to fix the problem as soon as possible so that the minimum amount of […]

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3 Reasons to Take Your Inventory Management to the Cloud

Posted by on December 17, 2015 2:06 pm

With the holiday season in full gear, businesses race to keep up with customer demand and as a result, inventory management challenges rise to the forefront. A recent study revealed that out-of-stocks, overstocks and returns cost retail businesses a massive $1.75 trillion a year. To protect your bottom line, you need to know what’s in […]

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3-D Printers Give Us a New Way to Think

Posted by on December 7, 2015 1:03 pm

Pediatric neurosurgeon Ed Smith uses a 3-D printer to prepare for difficult surgeries. Days ahead of a surgery, Smith prints a model of the brain and tumor to be operated on so he can develop a tactile understanding of the procedure ahead. Clive Thompson, writing for WIRED’s Gadget Lab, quotes the neurosurgeon, “‘I can hold […]

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Global Tech Leaders Identify the Technology You Can’t Afford to Ignore

Posted by on December 3, 2015 12:57 pm

Technology evolves quickly—so quickly, in fact, that it can be tempting to tune out the tech chatter. If you’re a stakeholder or decision-maker in your company, how do you know what new technology to pursue? In KPMG’s fourth annual Global Technology Innovation Survey, 832 technology industry business leaders from around the globe offered their input […]

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New DSI Platform Updates Enable Browser-Based Apps, Transaction Analytics

Posted by on December 2, 2015 12:50 pm

New updates to the DSI Digital Supply Chain Platform (DSCP)TM, 8.2 SP1, make it easier to deliver rich, browser-based apps using an HTML5 client. Because you can deploy these browser-based apps to a broader range of devices and across more platforms without the need for device-resident client software, you’ll have less administrative overhead and the […]

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