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Elemica ‘enables zero disruption to supply chain on SAP upgrades’

Elemica ‘enables zero disruption to supply chain on SAP upgrades’

Elemica, the cloud-based Digital Supply Network for the global Process Industries, has announced new SAP interoperability with SAP S/4HANA and SAP ERP as powered by SAP NetWeaver.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Machinery Systems maximises product uptime with Syncron

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Machinery Systems maximises product uptime with Syncron

Syncron has announced that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Machinery Systems, Ltd. (MHI MS) has selected Syncron Inventory to optimise service parts inventory management for its industrial printing and paper converting machinery.

5G will drive effective adoption of emerging technologies, says GlobalData

5G will drive effective adoption of emerging technologies, says GlobalData

The intrinsic capacity of the fifth-generation cellular technology (5G) to connect the Internet’s end systems with enhanced data flows and faster response times will unlock the full potential of emerging technologies, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

Discovering shoppers’ purchases from competitors with AI-based intelligence

Discovering shoppers’ purchases from competitors with AI-based intelligence

GfK has launched Attribution+, an AI-based solution for grocery and drugstore retailers to gain valuable intelligence on shoppers.

FileCloud releases inaugural Annual Enterprise Cloud & Data Security Report

FileCloud releases inaugural Annual Enterprise Cloud & Data Security Report

FileCloud, a cloud-agnostic enterprise file sync and sharing platform, has announced the inaugural release of its Annual Enterprise Cloud & Data Security Report.

JCT600 invests over £1million in comms technology overhaul

JCT600 invests over £1million in comms technology overhaul

Privately owned motor firm JCT600 has invested over £1 million in a new cloud-based communications system to further improve its level of customer experience and legislative compliance.

SICK shrinks UHF RFID read/writing

SICK shrinks UHF RFID read/writing

SICK has launched what it claims to be the smallest industrial UHF RFID read/write device of its kind, the RFU610, creating new opportunities to integrate RFID track and trace capability in automated machines and mobile vehicles in warehousing, materials handling, and logistics environments.

Summer, vacation, lost luggage: How RFID tracking can help with lost bags at the airport

Summer, vacation, lost luggage: How RFID tracking can help with lost bags at the airport

Airlines want to use RFID technology to create solutions for lost baggage. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that from 2020, each piece of luggage will be equipped with an RFID tag.

IMS Evolve and Current, powered by GE, partner to enable smarter food retail

IMS Evolve and Current, powered by GE, partner to enable smarter food retail

IMS Evolve, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) company, has announced a strategic partnership with Current, powered by GE, the digital engine for intelligent environments, to deliver IoT solutions to the food retail sector. The partnership leverages IMS Evolve’s integration and automation capabilities and Current’s Daintree wireless controls infrastructure to offer a proven solution that is helping food retailers reduce operational costs and improve the customer experience.

Digital deliveries

Digital deliveries

By Mattan David, Supply Chain and IoT Director, Polymer Logistics.

Sensor-equipped pallets and roll cages can provide highly accurate location, temperature and humidity data, meaning that products reach retailers at the right time and in perfect condition. Polymer Logistics explains how these Internet of Things-enabled technologies are creating the smarter supply chains of tomorrow.

Checklist for third party risk: key considerations for businesses to safeguard their data

Checklist for third party risk: key considerations for businesses to safeguard their data

By AJ Thompson, CCO of Northdoor plc.

Organisations are increasingly aware that they should take their own cyber security and compliance requirements seriously. However, what security measures are in place for their third parties?

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