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The Journey to Supply Chain Optimization

April 28th, 2016

Join us on the journey to supply chain optimization! Find out how end-to-end visibility is achieved through the combination of Big Data, IoT, and analytics.    

End-to-End Visibility Transforms Global Supply Chains

April 21st, 2016

The move toward greater globalization is driving geographical expansion of supply chains – and greater exposure to risk. This trend demands that supply chains operate effectively and efficiently across vast distances while managing the myriad processes and risks associated with running global supply chains. To succeed supply chains must be nimble, proactive, highly adaptable, and
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Four Ways Smart Sensors and Technology Can Transform Your Supply Chain

April 14th, 2016

You’ve heard all about the technology hype by now: sensors, Big Data, IoT, machine learning, analytics. Everyone’s been talking about how these technologies will transform your supply chain. Most articles are lengthy and technical, so I’ll keep it short here and provide four essential benefits to investing in smart sensors, which is what you really
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Take Control of Your Global Supply Chain Planning

April 7th, 2016

With today’s technology we have the tools to optimize supply chain planning with accurate ETAs and real-time views of in-transit assets. Through the combination of big data, supply chain analytics, and Savi’s advanced technology, you now have the power to obtain end-to-end visibility within your supply chain due to real-time, dynamic operational intelligence that provides
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Supply Chain Trends Influencing the Energy Industry

March 24th, 2016

There is a lot of growth toward implementing new technology innovations within the supply chain, and the Internet of Things (IoT)—a network that connects physical objects, communications, software, and sensors to allow machines to transfer data over a network without human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction—has garnered a high level of interest and hype, largely driven from
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Harnessing the Power of Big Data and Analytics

March 17th, 2016

By combining the IoT with today’s Big Data and analytics capabilities and the availability of inexpensive sensors, businesses are able to receive massive amounts of business intelligence at every point in their supply chain. Sensors can be used to track-and-trace the status of in-transit assets as well as monitor the state (location, condition, operation, need
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Technology “Fixer Upper” for Supply Chain Planning

March 11th, 2016

Today’s “need-it-now” expectations have rendered traditional methods for supply chain planning inefficient. Shipments are still tracked on a point-by-point basis lacking a real-time view of assets, and estimated time of arrivals (ETAs) are calculated using limited information that doesn’t take into account historical patterns of disruption, such as traffic, weather, and poor driver behavior. For
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How Analytics Are Changing the Potential of Sensors

February 26th, 2016

Sensors have been used in the supply chain for a long time. There are millions of sensor types designed for narrow, singular purposes, such as sending point-in-time messages regarding position/location, light, temperature, humidity, shock/vibration, pressure, electrical fields, etc. There are no standards and many different data formats and protocols with little interoperability. They have memory
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Three Capabilities for a More Resilient Supply Chain

February 18th, 2016

Sensor data and IoT technologies are helping to create more resilient supply chains with real-time monitoring, accurate estimated time of arrivals (ETA), and geofencing capabilities. Through the connectivity that IoT affords, assets equipped with sensors are able to transmit data that can be analyzed and leveraged to make decisions in real-time. The result is a
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Big Data vs. Small Data: IoT Value is in the Analytics

February 12th, 2016

With all the hype around IoT, you’ve been told over and over again that Big Data has the potential to change the supply chain. You already know that your devices are generating data, and you expect to yield all the benefits that Big Data has to offer. But what exactly is Big Data, and how
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