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This Week in Logistics News (September 23-27, 2013)

Tuesday night, I went to Staples with my daughter to buy some printer ink. She was immediately attracted to a colorful display, which caught my attention too. I took a picture of it and shared it on Twitter, which became my most popular tweet of the week:  3D printer and supplies at #Staples. The future is coming faster and faster. #3DPrinting #SCM #logistics pic.twitter.com/S4tGkRxR5u — Adrian Gonzalez (@talkinlogistics) September 24, 2013 Yes, the future is […]

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Architecture Does Matter for Supply Chain Applications

Earlier this spring, I attended a large software vendor’s user forum that focused on its supply chain solutions. I was particularly interested in hearing about the implementation of a warehouse management system (WMS) at a large grocery chain in Europe. Unfortunately, the speaker from the retail chain was from the IT department, and he spoke about master data, configuration switches, and integration with the enterprise system, all delivered in a monotone. As the speaker continued […]

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App Stores Come to the Supply Chain Execution (SCE) Market

HighJump Software, a leading Supply Chain Execution (SCE) software vendor and an ARC client, announced yesterday the launch of its “HighJump App Station,” where customers can browse supply chain workflows and add them to their warehouse management system (WMS) anytime, similar to the way iPhone users can download apps from Apple’s App Store. HighJump actually previewed the App Station at its user conference back in October, but with everything else going on at the show, […]

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