Supply Chain Executive Commentary

  1. What To Look For When Selecting A Bar Code Printer
    8/14/2014

    It is commonly known that bar code printers with extensive features and functionalities are available now. However, if you haven’t been in the market for a while, you may be surprised at the extent of recent enhancements and how reasonably priced these models are. A myriad of elements, designed to improve the operator experience, simplifying the use of the printer, and making maintenance relatively easy, are now standard.

  2. 4 Commonly Overlooked Recurring Revenue Streams In Mobility
    8/14/2014

    VARs today are being tasked with expanding their services menu in order to keep up with the industry-wide evolution from a model that’s product-focused to one that is more centered on technology services. Even though layering a robust offering of services and solutions on top of core products has quickly become the name of the game, many VARs still focus too heavily on cellular connectivity solutions when building out their mobility practice, which can cause them to miss the bigger picture.

  3. Tips For Using Storage To Enable A Business
    8/11/2014

    In industries with some of the biggest data storage challenges — broadcast, media, retail, geospatial, and many others — many companies don’t refer to their data as “data” anymore.  They refer to it as “content,” “assets,” or “information.” 

  4. The Real Difference Between Business Tools And A True PSA
    8/8/2014

    When it comes to tools to run your business, it boils down to a total of two: an accounting package and a PSA (professional services automation) package.You can use your accounting package for taxes, bill paying, and payroll — and your PSA for everything else.

  5. 7 Features That Distinguish A Field-Ready Battery From The Pack
    8/8/2014

    As kids, how many of us experienced a Christmas morning when you received that toy you were dying to get — only to find out that it required batteries you didn’t have? Or why are the best seats in airports the ones next to the plugs which usually means sitting on the floor?  Ever have an important call and your smartphone battery dies before you finish, and you forgot your charger? 

  6. Why Sharing — Not Managing — Is The Key To Leveraging Data
    7/31/2014

    Full, comprehensive, 100 percent-accurate data is a fairy tale that all organizations are sold by large software vendors. Everyone wants to believe. The reality is that an organization is an organic, dynamic, and ever-changing entity. Chasing this myth paralyzes companies from sharing information so we are stuck in a cycle where the information flow just stops. 

  7. Scan Your Way To Meaningful Use Compliance
    7/30/2014

    Meaningful Use Stage 2 compliance is the number one issue facing healthcare IT professionals in 2014 and 2015. An important requirement for certification is tracking medication from order to administration using assistive technologies. The most common assistive technology is bar code scanning. 

  8. You Never Get A Second Chance: Onboarding Your New Employees
    7/30/2014

    You’ve hired a new employee: congratulations!  It took hours of work and lots of expense to make that happen, and your team is relieved to know help is on the way. The new employee is excited too. They show up on day one, ready and eager to begin the next chapter of their working lives. But there’s just one problem: nothing was prepared. The receptionist doesn’t know who they are; their manager isn’t at that location; and they have no desk, computer or phone. At this point they are beginning to think they may have made a bad choice. 

  9. Is Your Workforce Ready For The Internet Of Everything?
    7/25/2014

    Futurist Ray Kurzweil believes that the 21st century will be equivalent to 20,000 years of progress at today’s rate — about 1,000 times greater than the 20th century. In just the first two decades of the 21st century, the pace of this progress has created opportunities as well as challenges for businesses and governments around the world. A primary driver of these changes is the Internet of Everything (IoE).

  10. The Pitfalls Of Automated Social Media Tools
    7/18/2014

    Like almost any marketing tool, social media can be a two-edged sword. If handled with care, a tweet can be engaging and appealing, generating brand awareness and positive consumer responses; if they are thoughtless or insensitive, they can severely damage your brand.

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