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Rajant Launches Credit Card-Sized Wireless Node

Logistics Business Magazine

The Cardinal is powerful, lightweight, and notably the smallest within Rajant’s portfolio of industrial wireless nodes. The post Rajant Launches Credit Card-Sized Wireless Node appeared first on Logistics Business® Magazine. will be taken starting next week.

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Overcoming Data Pitfalls for Reliable Supply Chain Network Design

Supply Chain Brain

Supply chain network design, a branch of operations research, helps in strategic decision-making about nodes, sourcing, transportation modes and inventory levels.

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Infor Nexus is Taking an Interesting Approach to Generative AI

Logistics Viewpoints

The nodes in the graph are things people think of as master data – like the partners a company works with, the products, and the physical geographic locations in a supply chain. But that data is then enriched through all the interconnections between the nodes.

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Channel Free Logistics with Bill Thayer

The Logistics of Logistics

Using these locations as logistics nodes, the Fillogic team has developed proprietary technology and solutions that create a circular, sustainable, and efficient B2B logistics network. About Fillogic The leading platform for local market logistics.

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Supply Chain Design Crosses the Chasm

Logistics Viewpoints

The supply chain nodes which were once deemed to be relatively static have become far more dynamic in the recent past. The rapid shifts to eCommerce during the pandemic caused retailers and brand owners alike to flex their network nodes (where goods are made and inventories are stocked) significantly.

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Why So Many Supply Chains Are Stuck in the Past — and a Path Forward

Supply Chain Brain

Supply chains have for many years tolerated a lack of accountability at nearly every node — from buyer-supplier relationships to outdated tools and data transparency issues — which has prevented businesses from operating cost- and time-efficiently and delivering on their promises.

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Supply Chain Mapping (Insights from Indago)

Talking Logistics

In the post Hidden Suppliers Can Make or Break Your Operations (Harvard Business Review, May 2015), the authors write, “With the size and complexity of supply chains soaring, a daunting challenge is confronting companies: identifying the critical nodes hidden within the vast expanse of their supply networks.”