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Cloud Comes to Aid of Manufacturers Faced with Increased Orders

Cloud computing can assist manufacturers to effectively respond to increased order volumes and complexity.

Cloud Comes to Aid of Manufacturers Faced with Increased Orders

By switching to the cloud, manufacturers can reduce order-to-shipment cycle times by as much as 70 percent.

Australian warehouse operations are undergoing significant changes that are forcing many manufacturers to re-evaluate how they manage them. With the rapid rise in omnichannel commerce, as well as many manufacturers now selling direct to consumers, orders are rapidly growing in volume, speed and complexity as consumer purchasing behaviours continue to change. 

Previously, warehouses were able to satisfy demand by managing orders by the pallet, but as digitalisation continues to shift the way manufacturers need to operate, they must now process a large volume of smaller orders, often as individual items. 

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By switching to the cloud, manufacturers can reduce order-to-shipment cycle times by as much as 70 percent.

Australian warehouse operations are undergoing significant changes that are forcing many manufacturers to re-evaluate how they manage them. With the rapid rise in omnichannel commerce, as well as many manufacturers now selling direct to consumers, orders are rapidly growing in volume, speed and complexity as consumer purchasing behaviours continue to change. 

Previously, warehouses were able to satisfy demand by managing orders by the pallet, but as digitalisation continues to shift the way manufacturers need to operate, they must now process a large volume of smaller orders, often as individual items. 

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Cloud Comes to Aid of Manufacturers Faced with Increased Orders