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The Art of Inbound: 11 Ways to Save Money and Increase Efficiencies on Your Inbound Freight

The Art of Inbound: 11 Ways to Save Money and Increase Efficiencies on Your Inbound Freight

Traditionally inbound shipping costs and operations have been a challenge to control. Most companies have not developed a comprehensive strategy to manage their inbound freight. Shipments arrive from their suppliers without a plan to drive the lowest shipping and unloading costs, or to consolidate...[more]


The Complete Buyer’s Guide to Transportation Management Systems: The 12 Must-Ask Questions You Need Answered First

The Complete Buyer’s Guide to Transportation Management Systems: The 12 Must-Ask Questions You Need Answered First

A TMS can be the solution for any supply chain. TMS’s have become essential tools for managing the challenges that come with shipping freight. The right TMS must integrate with your existing ERP system and offer valuable insights into tangible ways to reduce your freight spend, improve your...[more]


Guard Against Insider Threats

Guard Against Insider Threats

Secure Access to Your Enterprise Information[more]


Maintain Security and Privacy with Cross-Border Data Protection

Maintain Security and Privacy with Cross-Border Data Protection

Stay Ahead Of Attacks with Endpoint Security[more]


Face Security Threats Head On

Face Security Threats Head On

Protect Data—Beyond the Perimeter[more]


What Blockchain Means to Supply Chain

What Blockchain Means to Supply Chain

Blockchain has the potential to transform supply chains.[more]


Opinion: How IoT Will Impact the Supply Chain This Year

There has been a lot written about the internet of things (IoT) and how it will affect nearly every global industry — from retail to connected vehicles. [more]


Vendor Compliance is More Than Just a Manual

Vendor Compliance is More Than Just a Manual

Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2018Time: 01:00 PM Eastern Time As a retailer, having suppliers follow your shipping guidelines can save your receiving department time and money. But with so many suppliers and varying shipping requirements for each delivery channel, actually making an...[more]


Four Digital Trends Manufacturers Should Watch for in 2018

More than a half century after he postulated it, (Gordon) Moore’s Law is still highly relevant, and the consequences have dramatically revolutionized our world. [more]


Next-Gen Asset Tracking Technology Could Replace RFID in Coming Years

As large enterprises seek to deploy next-generation asset tracking technologies to improve operational efficiencies, the market will hit $4.5bn by 2022, according to ABI Research.[more]


These Were the Hottest Supply-Chain Technologies in 2017

These Were the Hottest Supply-Chain Technologies in 2017

When it comes to new technology, development usually proceeds incrementally. But progress continues to be made on many fronts. [more]


Are You Eating Sustainable Fish? Blockchain May Provide the Answer

Are You Eating Sustainable Fish? Blockchain May Provide the Answer

Eco-conscious diners can rely on restaurants to tell them their fish comes from a sustainable source, but it can be hard to know for sure.[more]


How Shippers Can Beat the Tech Jitters and Choose a Winning Supply-Chain Partner

How Shippers Can Beat the Tech Jitters and Choose a Winning Supply-Chain Partner

Whether you’re in the business of retail, CPG, food and beverage or manufacturing, logistics technology probably isn’t your main field of expertise, and it shouldn’t have to be. First and foremost, choosing the right transportation technology partner involves being able to understand the services...[more]


Why Aren’t Companies Automating Basic Business Processes?

Why Aren’t Companies Automating Basic Business Processes?

Order management ought to be the first candidate for streamlining and automation of business processes. So why is that task still stuck in another century?[more]


Hackers Could Sink a Bulk Carrier, Experts Say

Hackers Could Sink a Bulk Carrier, Experts Say

Penetration testing experts Pen Test Partners, have highlighted how hackers could sink a bulk carrier by manipulating the loading data of its hull stress monitoring systems (HSMS) to deliberately cause an imbalance of cargo on the vessel without the crew being aware.[more]


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