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How vehicle tracking technology can be used to reduce CO2 emissions

How vehicle tracking technology can be used to reduce CO2 emissions

By Mike Hemming, UK Catalytix Director, Masternaut

Managing a fleet of commercial vehicles is a juggling act. Driver welfare, fuel economy, customer satisfaction, asset utilisation, vehicle maintenance…

Subcon extends Launchpad deadline

Subcon extends Launchpad deadline

Subcon has announced that due to high levels of competitor and entrant interest, it has extended the deadline for entries into the inaugural Subcon Launchpad and Launchpad Awards to Friday 26th April.

SupplyOn presents innovative ‘Industrial Track&Trace’ solution at Hannover Messe 2019

SupplyOn presents innovative ‘Industrial Track&Trace’ solution at Hannover Messe 2019

SupplyOn AG, provider of intelligent supply chain management solutions for the manufacturing industry, is joining forces at the Hannover Messe 2019 trade show with Bosch Rexroth and smart factory solutions specialist IoTOS GmbH to present an innovative Track&Trace solution that allows seamless, real-time tracking of customer orders from placement through to goods delivery.

Olive Communications announces international expansion to support its global Cloud-managed service platform

Olive Communications announces international expansion to support its global Cloud-managed service platform

High Wycombe based Olive Communications, the Cloud Telephony and Unified Communications provider, has announced global expansion plans with the opening of an Australian-based support capability.

No Deal contingency plan threatens NI economy, says FTA

No Deal contingency plan threatens NI economy, says FTA

The government’s contingency plans for the Irish border would bring trade to a standstill, according to FTA, the business organisation which speaks for the logistics industry.

ERM Advanced Telematics launches news UBI products to help car insurers price policies

ERM Advanced Telematics launches news UBI products to help car insurers price policies

Global automotive technology supplier ERM Advanced Telematics, whose products have been installed in over 5 million vehicles around the world, is launching three new products that will help insurance companies to determine the price of car insurance policies.

Eighty-one per cent of SMEs say digitisation boosts output but many still rely on manual processes

Eighty-one per cent of SMEs say digitisation boosts output but many still rely on manual processes

Eighty-one per cent of decision makers working for small and medium sized businesses that use vehicles believe they could get more jobs done if they could digitise more of their workflow, according to a new study from TomTom Telematics.

Age of uncertainty: UK employees calling out for clarity on employers’ Brexit plans

Age of uncertainty: UK employees calling out for clarity on employers’ Brexit plans

A new Right Management study, Brexit: Age of Uncertainty, reveals the UK workforce’s anxieties as Brexit negotiations unfold. The study, examining the perspectives of employees across the UK in the run up to Brexit*, found just 11% say their organisation has clearly communicated its Brexit plans to employees.

commercetools and BloomReach launch digital experience ecommerce solution for retailers and brands

commercetools and BloomReach launch digital experience ecommerce solution for retailers and brands

commercetools, the next-generation commerce software solutions provider, and BloomReach, the digital experience platform company, have released an integrated version of their commerce and digital experience platforms. The Starter Store comprising BloomReach and commercetools is targeted at upper mid-size retailers and brands.

Faster? Smarter? Better? – the delivery race picks up the pace again

Faster? Smarter? Better? – the delivery race picks up the pace again

By Matthew Robertson, Co-CEO, NetDespatch.

There’s no shortage of innovation in the delivery industry and, with the number of parcels despatched annually estimated at around 1.5 billion, there’s clearly demand for faster, smarter, better ways in which to receive the goods we order.

The retail robots set to land in British aisles

The retail robots set to land in British aisles

Fully- autonomous, retail service robots are heading to the UK for the first time and are set to increase in-store efficiency, reduce operational costs and improve customer satisfaction in supermarkets across the country.

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