Ed Troianello, president of QSSI Software, discusses the features that customers are looking for today in warehouse management systems and strategies for controlling costs during implementation. He also cites common mistakes to avoid.
The pathway to full serialization and tracking of prescription drugs by 2023 is well under way. Bob Kennedy, vice president of business development at DMLogic, discusses the challenges and opportunities serialization presents for the pharmaceutical supply chain.
The right warehouse management system can help companies execute on the heightened service demands of omnichannel retailing. Chuck Fuerst, director of product strategy at HighJump Software, explains which features and capabilities are necessary and how the technology is evolving.
Bill Ferrell, professor of industrial engineering at Clemson and one of the authors of the newly published Material Handling and Logistics Roadmap, discusses the findings of this comprehensive study and what they mean for the industry's future.
Voice-based warehouse solutions continue to gain converts and to evolve, with the latest iterations bringing in smart phones, tablets and sensors. Jennifer Lachenman, vice president of product strategy at Lucas Systems, says these adaptations better serve a changing workforce.
Greg Cronin, executive vice president of Intelligrated, and Nyle Morris, vice president of sales at Knighted, discuss the paradigm shift in fulfillment strategies being driven by omnichannel retailing and the type of integrated solutions that these strategies require.
Business has been booming for a U.S. supplier of automotive and industrial parts, but its ability to plan its sourcing, inventory and distribution couldn't keep pace. Then it partnered with a provider that helped it develop the right demand signal.