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Building Tomorrow’s Agile, Resilient Supply Chains Today

by IntelliTrans | September 23, 2021

Shaken by the pandemic but not broken, global supply chains are now well positioned to begin strengthening and becoming more agile for the future. The ability.
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Building a Business Case for Supply Chain Digitalization

Supply chain shortages, labor constraints and the rising costs of doing business are all pushing companies to rethink their digitalization strategies and invest in technology platforms that help them work smarter, better and faster in any.
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Driving Millions of Dollars in Rail Freight Billing Errors Back into Shippers’ Pockets

About 1%-1.5% of all line haul freight bills are incorrect and 27% of all accessorial fees levied on shipments are wrong. Here’s how companies can use technology to cut these fees off at the pass and save millions in the process. Running.
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How to Cope with the Persistent Driver Shortage

With the ATA expecting a shortfall of 160,000 truck drivers by 2028, it’s time to start using advanced technology to address the problem and plan for the future. The nation’s truck driver shortage predates the global pandemic, which only.
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Warehouse Visibility Technology Creates Major Efficiency Gains

New survey finds that 75% of companies see efficiency gains from implementing warehouse visibility technologies and that 72% of businesses are now focused on aligning traditional supply chain strategies with both digital and analytics.
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6 Takeaways from Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s New Supply Chain Sustainability Report

State of Supply Chain Sustainability 2021 report finds that companies are more committed to supply chain sustainability than ever right now. Sustainable supply chains that were once “nice to have” have become table stakes as organizations.
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Managing Supply Chains in a Volatile World

From work stoppages to railyard congestion to rising transportation rates, modern supply chain challenges call for advanced approaches meant to thwart the immediate obstacles and future-proof organizations for the long haul. Supply chain.
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Ready, Set, Go: Are You Ready for Peak Shipping Season?

With peak season expected to be like no other in 2021, companies are sharpening their pencils and using more technology to navigate the “perfect storm” of obstacles that they’re facing in the current transportation market. Any organization.
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Managing the Speed of Digitalization: Part III

In this 3-part blog series, we explore the current state of supply chain digitalization and show how you can use a blend of people, processes, and technology to manage it effectively within your own organization. When companies put the.
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Managing the Speed of Digitalization: Part II

In this 3-part blog series, we explore the current state of supply chain digitalization and show how you can use a blend of people, processes, and technology to manage it effectively within your own organization. As the pace of digital.
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Managing the Speed of Digitalization: Part I

In this 3-part blog series, we explore the current state of supply chain digitalization and show how you can use a blend of people, processes, and technology to manage it effectively within your own organization. The constant stream of new.
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Supply Chain Welcomes More Women to its Ranks

New report from Gartner shows that women now make up 41% of the supply chain workforce, up from 39% in 2020. According to a new 2021 survey from Gartner, Inc., women now comprise 41% of the supply chain workforce, up from 39% last year..
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Using Control Towers to Build Adaptive Supply Chains

How advanced technology can help organizations create adaptive supply chains that provide a the high levels of visibility and resilience needed to quickly and effectively respond to disruption. A term coined by Boston Consulting Group.
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