GXS recently announced a report from Stanford University’s Global Supply Chain Management Forum on B2B Managed Services. I’d like to share key findings on how B2B Managed Services supports global expansion projects across the manufacturing industry.
New Stanford University Study Confirms Importance of B2B Managed Services for Supporting International Expansion
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James Highland-University of Iowa
The economy on its face seems immensely complicated to most people. This is true in a sense, though the basic premises of economics can be understood by anyone. When understanding economics, one needs to understand the chain of how economics work. This is from large countries, all the way down to small cities and towns. Here, is what you should know about the economy, consumer spending and supply chains.
Sep 03, 2012 Comments (0)
Nigel Illingworth-Retail Assist
Today’s supply chains are complex networks of interdependent elements, says Retail Assist’s Nigel Illingworth. Whilst each element must be optimised, nothing contributes more to supply chain excellence than good communication between all parties.
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As the continuous progress of Android technology grows and becomes more mainstream in business applications, it is important to be on top of the newest developments and be keen on what technology your competition is using.
Jul 13, 2012 Comments (0)
Following on from the recent 'down time' millions of o2 users have experienced recently, we ask the question of Barcode Technology: wireless or 3g.
Jun 07, 2012 Comments (0)
Not all wholesale distributors think in terms of supply chain optimization—but they should. A wholesaler's network is a supply chain, regardless if it is regional or global.
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Welcome to the Blog Zone on LogisticsIT.com. It seems hard to believe that a whole decade and a half has passed since the hardcopy journal first came off the presses in 1997, closely followed by its closely associated feature-rich website.