Category Archive: Globalization

Nov 06 2015

Five Technologies to Make Difficult Distribution a Cinch

Five Technologies to Make Difficult Distribution a Cinch

Your shipping and distribution process is an important part of your customer’s experience in working with you – improvements here can pay big rewards.

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Oct 27 2015

Kenzo Takai

Global Traceability Part 3: Now is the Time to Act

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By now it should be clear global traceability is a viable option, and should now be considered in earnest – before your competition gets too far ahead.

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Sep 10 2015

Aleksejs Volcenkovs

How Packaging and Shipping Requirements are Evolving with Today’s Global Supply Chain

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Staying current with packaging and labeling requirements – including the handling of hazardous materials – is critical when operating with a global supply chain

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Sep 01 2015

Kenzo Takai

Global Traceability Part 2: Harnessing the Power of Big Data

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Big Data has significant value when combined with a global traceability solution. Here are four use cases identifying how this value can be extracted.

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Aug 27 2015

Containment is now Critical in Today’s Global Economy

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Given today’s highly complex, distribute and global supply chain, manufacturers need a comprehensive containment strategy to effectively minimize the risk of future out-of-compliance quality issues.

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