Whether your warehouse is a traditional building with aisles of inventory, a series of components spread across multiple divisions or suppliers, or a field of pipe spanning 600 acres, the need for access to critical supply chain data anytime, anywhere is now a business imperative. Additionally, upstream and downstream trading partners demand product fulfillment visibility to see and interact with each other throughout the entire process. This capability is at the core of the warehouse of the future: one with no walls, and therefore no barriers to accessibility and efficiency.
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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.
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.
That’s one of the primary reasons we look forward to attending and participating in the conference. There’s no doubt that companies face a variety of supply chain challenges that, depending on the industry, continue to multiply as supply chains become larger and more complex. Today’s supply chain solutions should help overcome that complexity and deliver the end-to-end visibility and execution that the digital economy demands.
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Inside a refrigerated warehouse, a life sciences product awaits distribution to a customer. Once it becomes part of an order, the product is moved from its climate-controlled environment to a cold shipping package, then driven (or, more likely, air-lifted) to its final destination. The pervasive challenges throughout that entire process? Keeping the product in a specified temperature range, no matter the circumstances—and documenting the proof of temperature in a format that can be accessed anytime, anywhere to address consumer concerns and regulatory compliance.
Topics: cold chain, cold chain integrity, consumer confidence, digital supply chain, food industry, life sciences, life sciences compliance, mobile execution, mobile supply chain, mobility and cold chain, product integrity, quality of delivery
Identifying the Problems
The search for a solution always begins with a problem—or problems. As a global leader in infrastructure protection and maintenance services, Aegion Corporation manages 175 facilities in 33 countries, which add up to more than 1,000 job sites per year. With limited visibility into those locations, many of which span hundreds of acres in areas with little to no connectivity, it’s no wonder that Aegion struggled to accurately track high-cost customer assets, which also increased the risk of delayed delivery times.
Topics: aegion corporation, asset management, digital supply chain, dsi mobile supply chain, inventory tracking, mobile platform, mobile supply chain, mobility solutions, Success Stories, supply chain optimization, supply chain visibility
COLLABORATE 15, the technology and applications forum put on by three of Oracle’s most influential user groups, wrapped last week in Las Vegas. The event drew thousands of Oracle users and solution providers, and included a week of informative sessions on hot topics, best practices and professional development. If you weren’t able to attend, we brought back some highlights to help you catch up on the discussions.
The DSI solutions team will be on site at COLLABORATE 15 leading conversations and exploring how our mobile platform can be an advantage for businesses while seamlessly integrating with existing Oracle software investments. Be sure to stop by booth 825 for live demos and a chance to chat with our team members. If you’re the pre-planning type, you’re welcome to schedule a meeting now so we can be sure to fit your schedule.
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After all, it’s likely your business happens in a number of locations outside the four walls. Yet it’s within your warehouses and manufacturing/distribution facilities that optimal supply chain performance is especially critical—and that’s where the power and agility of our mobile platform comes in.
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The study defines omnichannel as the ability to provide a seamless shopping experience across multiple platforms, including online and in-store, a capability that’s undoubtedly become a part of today’s retail experience. Whether it’s locating an item online and buying it in-store, modifying or completing an order from any location or making a cross-channel return, customers expect the companies they buy from to easily execute these and other scenarios.