The increase in weekend deliveries will also increase the back office support required for drivers. Richard reflects on how similar some of the issues that customers experience with deliveries are with logistics operators themselves
Apr 20, 2018 Comments (0)
Let's look at what the Six Big Losses in manufacturing are and how digital capabilities can help to eliminate them for greater effectiveness and efficiency on the shop floor.
Apr 19, 2018 Comments (0)
Adoption rates of NextGen supply chains are not moving as fast as predicted and lack of capital investment/good business case propositions are primary reasons. Richard discusses how businesses could start small but think big.
Apr 04, 2018 Comments (0)
While Brexit negotiations in Brussels continue, uncertainty remains on how movements of people, goods, and services into and out of the UK will be handled in the future. Instead of waiting, UK and EU traders need to take action now. There is much to do.
Apr 03, 2018 Comments (0)
Support for Windows CE and Windows Handheld will come to an end over the next two years. Richard Gilliard of Renovotec reflects on the options moving forward.
Mar 16, 2018 Comments (0)
It’s difficult to avoid the hype around blockchain and its potential benefits for supply chain management (SCM). But can blockchain really deliver on its promise and truly improve SCM reality?
Mar 15, 2018 Comments (0)
With IT solutions being so mission critical in today’s world, people with computer expertise are understandably often in particularly high demand
Feb 28, 2018 Comments (0)
The large-scale KFC/DHL distribution failure created headline stories, could the crisis have been avoided with on demand services, or did too many events conspire against it?
Feb 13, 2018 Comments (0)
In today’s fast-moving markets with rising customer expectations, quick reactions are crucial. But you can’t react without knowing what to react to. That’s why supply chain visibility and business intelligence are more important than ever.
Jan 30, 2018 Comments (0)
When deliveries fail, customers largely blame the courier or retailer, even if they mistyped their address. How can companies minimise delivery failures through their print/labelling operations?