ETA Sensors Solutions Supply Chain

It’s 2018, Supply Chain Management Software From 2008 Won’t Cut It

Ten years ago, EDI was real-time. Not now. For more than a decade, supply chain professionals have used sophisticated software and hardware to manage inventory levels, optimize labor and reduce transportation costs but all these systems use a technology that is 50 years old and not designed for any of these systems. EDI, (short for…

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Big Data & Analytics Featured Solutions Supply Chain

Weathering Supply Chain Disruptions Better with Analytics

  Weathering supply chain disruptions is a challenging and complex task. Hurricane Harvey may well be one of the costliest natural disasters in U.S. history, with a projected price tag of $190M. As Hurricane Irma continues its journey, human costs of this natural disaster are still being tallied. Close to seven million Florida residents are…

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Big Data & Analytics IoT & M2M Savi Sensors Solutions Supply Chain Why Not IoT? Series

“Why Not IoT?” Roundup

Missed the blog series on IoT results? The question is no longer “Why implement IoT?” The question is “Why not implement IoT?” For those of you that missed our five-part blog series, “Why Not IoT?,” now is the perfect time to check it out. The series details specific supply chain challenges and discusses proven results…

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Big Data & Analytics IoT & M2M Savi Solutions

7 Unexpected Uses for the Industrial IoT

There is a lot of growth toward implementing new technology innovations within supply chains, and the logical extension of the IoT to industrial applications has the potential to transform numerous industries, including transportation, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and energy. The disruptive power of the Industrial IoT will bring non-technology industries into the digital age by connecting machines,…

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Savi Solutions white paper

Uncover What IDC Thinks Will Change Supply Chains Indefinitely

Modern supply chains are complex and dynamic. In order to stay competitive, organizations must be able to adapt quickly to disruptions and anticipate future changes. With ever-present challenges surrounding visibility, product complexity, data collection and analysis, and customer demand, supply chain organizations need to “build a level of agility, risk mitigation, and resilience into their…

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