- THE MAGAZINE
Articles by Mary Shacklett
Companies have historically reviewed their distribution networks every five or six years.
As businesses recover from the recession, part of their focus is on improving transportation and logistics performance.
One channel is not enough for the retail consumer in the 21st century. Omni-channel distribution helps meet customers on their terms.
The cloud is still viewed as new, and many are cautious about taking the big step to adopting it for their supply chain.
The next big thing in global logistics is less “what” and more “who” as supply chains become more customer centric.
Opportunity looms large in developing economies, but so do potential infrastructure problems.
In the global economy, organizations want end-to-end supply chain visibility, the ability to respond quickly and adroitly to changes, and regulatory compliance and risk mitigation tools to ensure optimal performance.