SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 27, 2014) - LTG (Li Tong Group), one of the largest Reverse Supply Chain Management (RSCM) services providers for technology and telecom in the Asia-Pacific region, will be presenting at the Hi-Tech & Electronic Supply Chain Summit in San Francisco tomorrow. The presentation will focus on...
There is so much good content in this week’s newsletter that I really don’t know where to begin…..so instead, I will just recommend that you peruse the headlines below and digest what is of interest to you, and maybe forward this newsletter on to...
The “Visibility, Speed and Agility - How M2M is Redefining the Supply Chain and Transportation” report was produced in conjunction with AT&T. Nearly 350 surveys were collected from industry executives to shed light on how companies use or plan to use this technology within the supply chain.
Featuring first hand insight from industry thought leaders (including HP, DHL and Jan de Rijk), an engaging video interview and an analysis of eft’s recent 3D printing survey results (conducted with over 250 senior supply chain and logistics executives) the resource pack aims to document where the industry current viewpoint on this disruptive
Google Glass has been out “in the wild” for a little over a year and with the number of units still only in the tens of thousands Google Glass has captured the imaginations, and stoked the fears, of many. In fact, a recent study found that nearly half of Americans recognize Google Glass when they see it.
eft - Logistics & Supply Chain Business Intelligence 's insight:
This is great article, that really explains how Google Glass can be practically used in the supply chain environment...well worth a read
Faster, more frequent and more finely meshed With more e-commerce (soon also in business-to-business), with the rise of nano stores and with the circular economy, the flows of goods will become faster, more frequent and more fine-mazed.
Interview by James A Cook Social media can help break down organizational silos and solve supply chain problems, argues consultant Tony Martins. He's successfully put that idea to the test with his "hive" model of communication Social media has changed the way people across the globe communicate with one another.
I had some interesting discussions yesterday in London, both at a workshop looking at the 19th Annual 3PL Study (please complete the study survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3PLStudy-E4T) which is put together by John Langley from Penn State, Capgemini, Korn Ferry, Penske Logistics and eft.