How Systems Will Work in the Future — Actually Now.
End-to-end High tech supply chains including semiconductors, components, PCB, EMS, brand owners, distributors (components and systems), and retail/channel partners
With the new Monza R6 chip, Impinj continues its relentless improvements to the performance and reliability of UHF RFID.
Last week, TAKE Solutions afforded their customers and invited guests an opportunity to spend two days thinking about the future, where they discovered that disruptive events can create interest in disruptive technologies.
HighLights from the JDA mega conference.
Some companies manage risks beyond their immediate suppliers, to include multiple tiers of their supply chain.
Although RTLS has utility, and the projects have been interesting, much has to happen to make this market grow.
Warehouse Management Strategies need to be looked at in order to prepare for new retail realities.
Product design, marketing, supply chain, fulfillment and aftermarket service can all be part of the Channel Management relationship. Companies spend time in process management, but with the channels, it’s an afterthought.
How one major high tech firm uses global commodity management teams to provide centralized sourcing that still meets the needs of various product lines, functions, and geographies.
Channel partners can be a great source of accurate forecasts, but Brand, OEMs and Tech companies don’t engage on Demand.
How two top performing companies rate their suppliers, initiate and manage corrective action, and manage supplier performance across divisional boundaries.