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By Bob Trebilcock · August 31, 2016
The market for conventional solutions continues to rise, even as innovative variations help the industry chart a new course. Top Supply Chain Software Providers 2016, Logistics Software Survey, Top 20 TMS 2016.
By Bridget McCrea · August 3, 2016
As the lines between the large enterprise resource planning (ERP) providers and best-of-breed supply chain management applications continue to blur, the ERPs are now moving to create holistic, end-to-end “hubs” that incorporate multiple trading partners, providers and even customers. State of ERP 2016, Enterprise Resource Planning update 2016,
By Patrick Burnson · August 2, 2016
While we’re entering an era in which companies can detect supply chain risks much more quickly than in the past, new technological solutions and strategies are desperately needed to address the added complexity of global logistics. Managing Supply Chain Risk, Supply Chain Success Strategy, ERP Strategy, Logistical Risk Management, Risk Aversion for Shippers
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By Bob Trebilcock · July 1, 2016
The market for conventional solutions continues to rise, even as innovative variations help the industry chart a new course. 2016 Software Supplier Survey, Software Suppliers for Materials Handling Products, Warehouse equipment suppliers, Warehouse software suppliers survey, Warehouse software suppliers 2016
By Bridget McCrea · June 6, 2016
By enabling collaboration and optimization across previously siloed functions, supply chain software convergence helps shippers better leverage their IT investments across the enterprise. Here’s how the concept has evolved—and the vendors that have jumped into the game.
By Roberto Michel · May 1, 2016
Cloud-based SCE solutions have been around and catching on for functions like transportation management and visibility, but the WMS market has been slow to adopt. But with more SCE vendors providing cloud options and cloud pure-play providers gaining steam, cloud-based WMS may finally be ready to break through.
By Roberto Michel · April 1, 2016
Integrated platforms for supply chain execution apps are folding in distributed order management (DOM) solutions and processes, which often need data from systems for inventory management or store labor to arrive at optimal fulfillment options for customers and retailers.
By MMH Staff · March 3, 2016
Company was a pioneer in cloud platforms for field service in maintenance, sales and distribution, and warehousing applications.
By Roberto Michel · December 1, 2015
Use of TMS and WMS are moving to a more concurrent, less fragmented environment as part of new approaches to supply chain execution.
By Bridget McCrea · July 1, 2015
Advanced warehouse management systems (WMS) users are taking the next step and figuring out how to drive process efficiency improvements through their applications—rather than just focusing on keeping track of what’s been done. Here are seven different ways they’re making that happen.
By Roberto Michel · June 1, 2015
ERP vendors who focus on the SME market seek to rival Tier 1 WMS vendors on deeper warehouse management functionality—while playing “suite card” on e-commerce and ERP foundation.
By Bob Trebilcock · May 22, 2015
One theme tied together all of the presentations, regardless of the topic: The importance of data.
By Bob Trebilcock · May 20, 2015
One theme tied together all of the presentations, regardless of the topic: The importance of data.
By Bob Trebilcock · May 19, 2015
Manufacturing, transportation, and distribution are changing before our eyes. While organizations try to figure out what change means to their organizations, its important to remember that the physical movement of goods isn’t going way.
By Bob Trebilcock · May 17, 2015
Supply chain management is evolving from a series of sequential links in the chain to a supply network. That may impact how the warehouse of the future operates.

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