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Amazing Women in Supply Chain Highlights from 2021

by IntelliTrans | January 19, 2022

Throughout 2021, IntelliTrans spoke with and profiled an impressive lineup of Amazing Women in Supply Chain. We talked to them about their careers, top.
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Bringing Manufacturing and Sourcing Closer to Home

A look at some of the key reshoring and onshoring trends taking place right now. Whether they’re bringing manufacturing operations back to the US (i.e., “reshoring” or “onshoring”), sourcing raw materials from domestic suppliers or.
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6 New Year’s Resolutions for Supply Chain Leaders

Here are six areas for all supply chain leaders to focus on when developing their plans for the year ahead. There’s nothing like a new year to force all of us to reflect on the last 12 months, make some changes and then plough ahead full.
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5 Supply Chain Predictions for 2022

Here’s a roundup of some of the top supply chain predictions for the year ahead. If ever there was a time that supply chain managers needed a crystal ball, this would definitely be it. After enduring 20+ months of pandemic-driven.
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Key Supply Chain Lessons Learned in 2021

A look back at some of the lessons that companies can take away from 2021 and apply in 2022 (and beyond). “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste,” American politician and former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel once said..
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Reducing Deadhead Miles on the Highway

Using technology and some innovative thinking, companies and carriers can help reduce the number of empty miles driven on US highways every day. The environmental impacts of transportation have been well documented, and include the 29% of.
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An “Easy Button” for Transportation Decision Support

By embedding more and more knowledge into its systems, IntelliTrans is enabling all supply chain and logistics managers to make good decisions. Digital transformation has become a key priority for many organizations, but staying the course.
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Amazing Women In Supply Chain: Jeanne Risley

What started as a purchasing internship in high school transformed into a lifelong passion for blending technology, analytics and supply chain. Jeanne Risley’s foray into supply chain and logistics started when she was in high school and.
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Making the Commitment to ESG in Supply Chain

IntelliTrans and its parent company Roper Technologies walk the walk when it comes to environmental, social and governance, and they’re helping their own customers follow suit. Focused on reducing their carbon footprints, companies across.
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Blocking and Tackling: Protecting Your Organization from Cybersecurity Breaches

As the number of cybersecurity breaches continues to escalate, here are some basic steps companies can take to avoid phishing, credential stuffing or other attacks. Security and risk management have both become major concerns for most.
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Using Good Supply Chain Visibility to Support ESG

How a global supply chain visibility platform can help high-volume, process industries chip away at their carbon footprints and operate more sustainably. With everyone from end consumers and B2B buyers to business partners and investors.
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Is Your Company Ready for the Next Supply Chain Disruption?

Here are five things you can be doing now to prepare your organization for the next supply chain crisis. When politician Rahm Emanuel uttered the words “You never let a serious crisis go to waste” in the midst of the Great Recession in.
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Truck Driver Shortage Hits the Tanker Industry Hard

Carriers, shippers and government agencies work to put more drivers behind the wheel by recruiting more diverse candidates, reducing driver age requirements and attracting a new generation of drivers to the fold. Each year, trucks in the.
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