We never seem to tire of tech talk. We love debating and discussing the cloud, the Internet of Things, wearables, mobility, and every other new technology that hits the market. And why not?
M33 Integrated's insight:
Big data and analytics definitely affect the supply chain. Where do you stand with visibility across your entire network? The right transportation management system (TMS) and third-party logistics (3PL) provider can help you identify analytics throughout your supply chain and increase visibility.
The different types of analytics an organization can use fall into three broad categories: descriptive, diagnostic and predictive. Each has value -- the key is getting your organization to understand how they are different and when to use each one.
MISSISSAUGA: The price of shipping goods on trains and trucks continues to increase. Canadian shippers paid 2.3 percent more for ground transportation in March compared with February, reported the Canadian General ...
Learning the difference between a third party logistics (3PL) and fourth party logistics (4PL) as well as 1PL and 2PL , and the rise of even Fifth Party Logistics (5PLs) is both confusing and highly debated among those in the supply chain industry.
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