Supply Chain Executive Commentary

  1. 5 Ways To Win The Best Employees In A Talent Shortage

    Talent. It’s hard to find and even harder to retain. The more specialized your field, the fewer qualified people there are to select from. And even if you’re fortunate enough to be located in a top tech hub saturated with talent—Silicon Valley, Seattle, Washington D.C., Boston, and Sacramento according to Forbes — you’ll have to work hard to keep competitors from luring away your best players.

  2. 5 Field Service Trends With The Power To Differentiate Business Operations

    Field service operations don’t look like they used to. Advanced technology has driven significant change and operational efficiencies. Field personnel are empowered to bring more value to customer engagements, solve problems, and grow sales.

  3. 3 Security Problems The IoT Will Create — And How To Solve Them

    The connected world is coming sooner than you think. App developers and mobile service providers are already taking advantage of the new era of connected cars, wearable devices, and entire smart homes — all fitting into the notion of the Internet of Things (IoT).

  4. 7 Reasons Enterprise Labeling Delivers Value For Manufacturers

    Excellence in labeling has always provided a competitive advantage in the business of manufacturing, but today the amount of critical data that needs to be printed on a bar code label far surpasses what was considered to be sufficient in the past. From identification to grouping, shipping, locating and tracking products that flow upstream and downstream in the supply chain, there is a great deal of information, often in multiple languages, that needs to be included on a “simple” label.

  5. 6 Features Of A Document Scanner Your Healthcare IT Customer Will Love

    Despite ongoing efforts to make the shift from paper to digital health records, many healthcare professionals work in environments that still create and manage large volumes of paperwork. In fact, according to a CDC study on the “Use and Characteristics of Electronic Health Record Systems Among Office-based Physician Practices” (2013), nearly half of all office-based physicians have yet to make a full switch to an electronic health records (EHR) system.

  6. 20 Great Books That Can Help Build Your IT Solutions Provider’s Leadership Team

    Building a leadership team is an ongoing challenge. Yet it is one of the single most important tasks an owner/entrepreneur must do. Fortunately, there are many great books that can help make the task a little simpler.

  7. 4 Tips For Improving Financial Reporting

    Accurate and timely financial reporting can be a valuable tool in managing any size business. A leadership team equipped with accurate financial data is empowered to make quicker, more informed decisions and effectively keep up with changing market conditions.

  8. The Role Receipt Printers Play In A Solution That Enhances Customer Experience

    Generally, one would not expect a receipt printer to fulfill more than the obvious — print receipts. However, a closer look reveals that with some ingenuity, receipt printers can serve a number of roles to maximize a customer’s experience: deploying them at key locations to speed up customer throughput, ensuring accurate plus timely order processing, and keeping clients informed on current transactions or future deals.

  9. Retail And RFID: How Improved Inventory Visibility Is Redefining An Industry

    Inventory accuracy has become every retailer’s battle cry; a defining priority critical to achieving the omnichannel fulfillment promise. RFID makes it possible. RFID technology allows retailers to implement real-time inventory solutions that provide accurate and efficient inventory tracking, faster product replenishment and the SKU-level locationing required to deliver exceptional shopping experiences wherever they occur.

  10. 25 “Leadership Learnings” To Help You At The Helm Of Your IT Solutions Provider

    I am blessed to be able to spend a lot of time with leaders from all over the globe. Over the years, I’ve collected some observations about the disciplines and habits they live by. Here is a compilation of things I’ve observed and learned as I’ve watched these leaders do what they do.