New e-invoicing study identifies key savings and key drivers of e-Invoicing growth, and discovers that companies could achieve a ROI in just 6 months
Sectors - Supply Chain Technology
Business performance experts SAPICS examine how business intelligence can help retailers to achieve cost savings and performance improvements, in the run up to its 35th Annual Conference & Exhibition
Karsten Horn, director of international sales for the inventory and supply chain division at INFORM examines the importance of inventory management
With the release of the Stanford Global Supply Chain Management Forum's latest findings, Supply Chain Digital catches up with Steve Keifer, Vice-President of Marketing at GXS, the report's sponsor
Lee Gill, VP of Retail Strategy at JDA, examines how intelligent allocation software can put smiles on the faces of retailers and customers alike
Forgotten marketing costs UK SMEs up to £122 billion in sales, despite acknowledging that marketing has a positive impact on sales.
This year's Procurement & Strategic Sourcing Data Survey has revealed the majority of CPOs lack the resources to manage the procurement function
Nike has partnered with bluesign, a company providing tools which can test the sustainability of supply chain processes without needing to perform factory visits
According to Elemica, the benefits of an 'outside-in' supply chain include better responsiveness to customers and increased profits
In an effort to combat supplier scandals and unethical practice HR experts Lindsay Soulsby and Stuart Shaw have developed a new transparent model which aims to provide a successful measurement of supplier standards
The FTA estimates that drivers could save up to £50,000 per year on the national pump price
A new degree launched by the NOVUS trust could hold the key to solving skills shortages in the logistics and supply chain industry
A study by the Dutch Chamber of Commerce, a member of the EU Logistics Hub, has revealed that very few logistics firms are utilising social media, with a large number unaware of the benefits that it could provide
Dave Alberts, Director of supply chain consultancy specialists Crimson & Co, looks beyond the marketing hype of Sales & Operations Planning
Confidence fell by five percent in H2 2012, with the majority of respondents stating that they 'do not foresee business conditions changing in the next six months'
A new report has highlighted logistics companies are being slow to take up all the advantages social media could provide them with in staying connected to customers
Jonathan Tapp, Head of Sustainability Services at Capgemini outlines three simple steps to utilise outsourcing in order to achieve your green objectives
Gary Waylett, CEO, Eclipse Group, outlines the role of excellent procurement practices not only to ensure adherence to sustainable procurement practices but also to deliver transparency
The latest CDP supply chain report shows that climate change is high on the agenda for companies, however their supliers are significantly less prepared
Rob Piancone, COO of NERY's Logistics Inc, recommends four affordable and reliable software applications for logistics and distribution companies
Finnish research centre has developed an automatic slipperiness detection system for cars
Victoria's Secret and Benetton Group have announced their commitment to join Greenpeace's detox programme
Stobart's majority shareholder Invesco has led a boardroom coup following a drop in shares of one quarter
In the first installment of his monthly blog posts, Dave Alberts, Director at Crimson & Co argues that we should step back from target based goals to achieve more
Tim Phillips, CEO of Freightex, talks about the environmental issues facing the freight industry and the steps companies can take to reduce industry-wide carbon emissions.
Esther Lutz, Vice President of Business Development at TradeCard Europe explains how to get the best out of cloud computing in the apparel industry.
Richard Tipper, CEO at Ecometrica enourages companies to 'green' their operations in the New Year using specially developed software
Software expert, Graham Carter from specialist software provider AutoLogic Systems, offers professional advice on the best IT offerings for your business in 2013.
Andy Simpson, Supply Chain Director of Warrant Group, explains how to manage quarter four, eliminating unproductive and inefficient processes through intelligent IT.
Managing increasing complexities whilst reducing costs and improving service will dominate supply chain thinking in 2013
Award for Excellence in Solution Implementation Recognizes Contributions Towards Overall Supply Chain Improvement
Aircraft manufactures Boeing and Embraer have collaborated to provide their customers with tools to reduce runway excursions
Supply chain consultants Spinnaker have been named as a green supply chain leader by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine for the fourth time since 2008.
The European Environment Agency claim air pollution is still 'a major problem', and that the transport of goods is leading to poor air quality
A list of some exhibitions of new products which will be shown at tomorrow's Intermodal Europe conference
UPS has enhanced its supply chain management offering to enable more efficient collaboration with international suppliers
New software enables fully integrated planning of transport activities and improved efficiency in logistics
C.H. Robinson has introduced a new version of Navisphere® the next version of the company's single global technology platform.
BOC and the Stobert group are road-testing new low carbon fuel Liquefied Natural Gas
BT Trace supply chain portfolio includes new cloud services designed to improve customers' operational efficiency.
A new software app claims to engage employees in sustainability, thus saving money and creating a stronger brand image
Supply Chains are governed by technology, which dictates the way we manufacture and distribute goods. This new technology, however, may completely remove the market for a globalised supply chain
Procurement advisors Efficio explain why Strategic Relationship Management will give suppliers the edge over the competition
The White House has announced a new scheme with non-profit organisation Slavery Footprint to help remove slavery from the Supply Chain
Steve Dowse, CTO of International Asset Systems (IAS) looks into why Cloud Computing can vastly simplify your supply chain
Chip companies such as Qualcomm and Nvidia are concerned about potential delays in production
Positioning solutions provider Trimble has entered into a 'definitive agreement' to acquire software giant TMW Systems Inc.
Yard Management companies have utilised Android smartphones to create a cost effective solution
The Automative Council has highlighted an opportunity which could pump £3 billion into auto supply chain.