Businesses can safeguard their enterprise by carefully selecting a partner whose cloud offering ensures proper data protection and compliance with security regulations. If your priority is to quickly establish a secure and reliable connection between your systems of record for real-time visibility and mobile execution across the supply chain, consider DSI Cloud. Built for best in class security that easily integrates with your existing security infrastructure, DSI’s cloud solution offers multiple layers of protection to provide peace of mind while setting your business on the shortest, simplest path to mobilizing your business across the extended supply chain.
Building an effective enterprise mobile application begins with designing the right app for your business, down to the work environment, user, device and the task at hand. Have you considered what it will take to empower your team to complete tasks with the end-to-end supply chain visibility that’s enabled by mobile execution? Learn what you should be asking to ensure the optimal user experience for your team, whether they work at outdoor job sites, manage inventory in the warehouse or travel between multiple environments. Our new infographic will walk you through some of the UX considerations to evaluate before you build.
“The fastest growing sector for U.S. exporters are food and agricultural goods,” says Donna Mullins, president of Mullins International Solutions, a compliance, training and consulting firm for international trade, in an interview with Supply Chain 24/7’s Patrick Burnson. “Our job as forwarders is to help these shippers enter new markets without getting into trouble and to navigate the regulatory network—and that takes constant diligence and education.”
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The enterprise has been automating processes through machine-to-machine (M2M) integrations for decades. It’s not uncommon for a large enterprise to employ several software systems to manage complex processes up and down the supply chain. That’s where M2M integrations come in: to open the lines of communication between devices, machines and software systems for business process optimization.
Gold Eagle Co. manufactures and distributes several leading brands of automotive chemicals that protect and boost vehicle performance. To continue to succeed in a competitive market, they had to overcome a challenge: manual processes that limited visibility and created other inefficiencies along the supply chain. Among those inefficiencies, delayed entry caused loss of inventory visibility, which further delayed transaction processing and led to inaccurate inventory statements down the line.