Supply Chain

9 July، 2021

The Benefits of Using Warehouse Device Data to Improve Workflow

In business, gathering data and attempting to maximise time efficiency is analogous to budgeting in your daily lives. That S6 coffee may appear to be a low-cost purchase, but if you grab a coffee for a rupee less each morning, you'll save roughly S365 over the course of a year. When you multiply it by 100 people, you have a total savings of S 36,500.
8 August، 2021

Managing Supply Chain to Save Lives

As the frequency of humanitarian crises throughout the world has grown, relief groups have found that their supply chains can save lives as well as help people in need. Geopolitical instability, natural disasters, and pandemics are all common causes of calamities. The most susceptible to such life-threatening events are children. Malnutrition is common among children as a result of food shortages, a lack of clean water, inadequate sanitation, and insufficient health care. WHO identifies malnutrition as a major cause of infant death around the globe. These results prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the efficacy and efficiency of supply chain procedures in emergency relief organizations may significantly prevent malnutrition-related mortality in times of crisis.
13 August، 2021

Embracing the Greener Last Mile Through Automation

The relationship between consumer purchasing behaviour and brands have changed drastically due to the shift to supply-chain digitization over the previous year. The growing dependence of global population on e-commerce has been stimulated by various factors which include the purchasing power of the middle class, latest technological developments and definitely the world wide COVID-19 pandemic. Altogether these advancements have resulted in a 24 percent hike in online purchase and a drop of 7 percent in in-store sales