Manufacturing, Logistics and Supply Chain articles

Manufacturing and Supply Chain IT articles comprising case studies, product information, opinion articles, reports, new contract wins, product launches, opinion from the trade associations, government departments, research analysts, the vendor community. These articles are about specific industry IT solutions and topics relating to how improvements and efficiency gains can be made by the use of information technology within supply chain applications.

All topics are covered in these articles which include ERP/MRP, Manufacturing Software, Advanced Planning, Demand Forecasting, Supply Chain Management, Warehouse Management Software, Automatic Identification/Datacapture, Voice-Directed Warehousing, Printing & LabellingTransport Management, Asset Management Software and Mobile Computing.

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South African ICT Company Connor Data Breach Exposes User Activity and Personal Identifiable Information Data– Including Browsing History of Pornography

South African ICT Company Connor Data Breach Exposes User Activity and Personal Identifiable Information Data– Including Browsing History of Pornography

Led by cybersecurity analysts Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, vpnMentor`s research team discovered a data breach in a database belonging to South Africa ICT company, Conor. The breached database contained daily logs of user activity by customers of ISPs using web filtering software built by Conor.

Salaries set to increase as UK firms shrug off Brexit for the first time in two years

Salaries set to increase as UK firms shrug off Brexit for the first time in two years

Professional salaries in the UK are expected to increase by at least 3% in 2020 – following two years of pay freezes. With over half of UK professionals believing that their pay is not an accurate reflection of the work they do – news of salary increases above 2020 inflation rates (1.94%) will be warmly welcomed.

The secret to engaging young adults (18-24s) online? Personalisation

The secret to engaging young adults (18-24s) online? Personalisation

18-24-year-olds (44%) are more likely to be influenced to buy a product or service online if they’re given a personalised offer, compared to those aged over 55 (24%), research has revealed. However, while it’s been established that the younger generation is influenced by a more bespoke approach, a shocking 57% of all those surveyed agree that the offers they receive online are ‘mostly irrelevant’.

How is the B2B buying process evolving?

How is the B2B buying process evolving?

By Michiel Schipperus, CEO at Sana Commerce

The way B2B buyers conduct business has changed significantly over the last five years. Advances in ERP technology and supply chain management software have enabled manufacturers to underpin process innovation with real-time insights, driving improvements in supplier management and buying efficiencies.

GigaSpaces Launches Version 15.0 to Operationalize and Optimize Machine Learning

GigaSpaces Launches Version 15.0 to Operationalize and Optimize Machine Learning

GigaSpaces, the provider of InsightEdge, the in-memory real-time analytics processing platform, has announced the availability of GigaSpaces Version 15.0, including the InsightEdge Platform and XAP, to operationalize and optimize machine learning with the required speed, scale, accuracy and management tools.

Using cloud migration to power digital transformation

Using cloud migration to power digital transformation

by Justin Augat, VP of Product Marketing at iland

Cloud is no longer just a way to streamline processes, it’s a major differentiator. The cloud has become essential to businesses thriving in an ever-changing world. Migrating to the cloud has become one of the most vital aspects of being an effective, modern business.

What to watch out for in e-commerce in 2020: Key trends for the next 12 months according to Arno Ham, CTO at Sana Commerce

What to watch out for in e-commerce in 2020: Key trends for the next 12 months according to Arno Ham, CTO at Sana Commerce

The B2B e-commerce sector is forecast to hit a whopping £5.2 billion by 2020, reports find. This ever-changing market has led many businesses to trade in their traditional ways of operating in exchange for innovative online methods in order to maintain their competitive edge.

How the battle for accuracy was won with indoor tracking

How the battle for accuracy was won with indoor tracking

When your warehousing and production don’t sit in the same hall and there is a 10-minute drive between the two of them, it’s fair to say that you are going to encounter more than your fair share of disconnect between the two locations.

The 3 Biggest Business Challenges of Digital Transformation

The 3 Biggest Business Challenges of Digital Transformation

By Jamie Hinton, CEO at Razor Ltd

The world has gone digital, there’s no denying this. Everyone has a smartphone these days, and they use them for everything, from making decisions to finding brands to buy from or learn more about a product or service.

Nearly four-fifths of commerce leaders excited and ‘ready’ for the future of commerce

Nearly four-fifths of commerce leaders excited and ‘ready’ for the future of commerce

Amidst an uncertain and challenging landscape, commerce chiefs across the board are presenting a positive front; nearly four-fifths (79%) of digital commerce leaders feel ready to take advantage of the opportunities digital commerce has to offer, according to a study from Wunderman Thompson Commerce.

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