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AVEVA positioned as 2020 Asset Performance Management leader

AVEVA positioned as 2020 Asset Performance Management leader

AVEVA, the engineering and industrial software solutions provider, has been named a market leader in the Verdantix 2020 Green Quadrant for Asset Performance Management (APM) Solutions.

Using data capture technology to optimise the customer experience

Using data capture technology to optimise the customer experience

According to a 2019 survey, 42% of consumers were deemed to be “frustrated” with their most recent shopping experience. Worryingly for retailers, nearly half of those said they would avoid doing future business with the retailer or brand.

Scaling your warehouse post-pandemic

Scaling your warehouse post-pandemic

With traditional models being turned upside down, the pressure is on for businesses to become more adaptable and flexible with their planning, writes Tony Dobson, SnapFulfil's CEO for UK & Europe.

Lumenia publishes new white paper – ERP Contracts: A foundation for controlled ERP projects

Lumenia publishes new white paper – ERP Contracts: A foundation for controlled ERP projects

ERP projects are collaborative design and build projects that get to the heart of business processes. Without having clearly contracted scope, responsibilities and deliverables – like any design and build project – they can run far over budget and schedule and diverge from any original notional scope.

Why ecommerce growth during the pandemic puts the spotlight on carrier invoice auditing

Why ecommerce growth during the pandemic puts the spotlight on carrier invoice auditing

The sharp rise in ecommerce during the Covid-19 pandemic means retail and third-party logistics companies are shipping more parcels. One less obvious consequence of this increase in parcel shipping volume is an increased need for technology to automate carrier invoice auditing to help shippers keep parcel shipping costs in check.

IPIA says printers should be logistics businesses’ first line of defence for protective equipment

IPIA says printers should be logistics businesses’ first line of defence for protective equipment

As the country prepares for the next phase of businesses reopening, the Independent Print Industry Association (IPIA) claims its members are one of the best placed to not only produce protective equipment like face visors, masks and sneeze screens but also develop further products and services to reduce spread of the Covid-19 virus.

Warehouse optimisation – A timely approach to automation

Warehouse optimisation – A timely approach to automation

As consumer demands and expectations increase and supply chains become more complex, businesses are increasingly turning to automation in order to generate more efficiencies and value from their warehouses and processes.

Understanding Ill Health Within the Logistics Sector

Understanding Ill Health Within the Logistics Sector

By Ed Smith, freelance writer.

The logistics sector is crucial to the economy. However, it can also be a stressful and potentially dangerous sector to work in. According to recent research, ill health can be prevalent in logistics, particularly mental health issues such as stress, anxiety and depression.

Chapman Freeborn Show the Way Air Cargo Has Helped During the Pandemic

Chapman Freeborn Show the Way Air Cargo Has Helped During the Pandemic

The aviation industry has been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic. However, Chapman Freeborn have shown how the sector has stepped up to help during the crisis. Here, we’ll look at how the company has helped throughout the pandemic and the challenges the sector has faced.

What can go wrong with your MES implementation?

What can go wrong with your MES implementation?

MES systems can significantly benefit your company, but the implementation may be somewhat overwhelming and can pose challenges that could be difficult and time-consuming to overcome. In the following article, you will learn about issues that you can potentially encounter in your MES implementation and practical recommendations on how to avoid them.

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