Data Analysis: What is Your Data Trying to Tell You?

The drive for visibility across the supply chain is based on the assumption of accurate data at every step. However, as the flood of data collected… Read More »

The Logistics of Valentine’s Day: Signed, Sealed and Delivered

  Signed, Sealed and Delivered: The Logistics of Valentine’s Day February 14 marks the most romantic day on the calendar: Valentine’s Day. It’s… Read More »

5 Ways to Build an E-Commerce Engine that Wins

In an era where delivery choice and speed are becoming fundamental expectations for everyone, companies across most industries are rethinking how… Read More »

5 Red Flags for Retailers Racing Amazon

Consumer expectations are fueling retailers’ response to service demands. Organizations working to improve e-commerce performance face hurdles that… Read More »

Using Lean to Reduce Trucking Costs and Freight Rates

The U.S. trucker shortage has been ongoing for years. As the situation has evolved, many expect trucking costs to increase as freight service… Read More »

Rethinking Network Flows to Survive – and Sustain – in a Capacity Constrained Environment

A robust construction market and increased regulatory requirements are combining to squeeze domestic transportation capacity. The American Trucking… Read More »

Consumers, Cash and Carbon: A Challenging Balance

Last Sunday, I pulled into my neighborhood behind a U.S. Postal Service (USPS) delivery truck. It stopped at one of eight houses on my short street… Read More »

Ship-from-store. Using your brick-and-mortar stores as fulfillment centers

With a growing number of consumers expecting convenience and same-day deliveries when making online purchases, more omni-channel retailers are… Read More »

What Is Your Level of Operational Visibility?

Operational visibility is a term normally used in the IT sector referring to the monitoring of a system’s performance and readiness, evaluating… Read More »

What is Supply Chain Network Optimization?

According to the great management consultant Peter Drucker, “Knowledge has to be improved, challenged and increased constantly, or it vanishes.” In… Read More »

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