1. 6 Features An Enterprise-Grade Tablet Has That A Commercial Tablet Doesn’t

    Over the past few years, the tablet PC has had a meteoric rise from niche product to global phenomenon. Today, according to analysts at IDC, more tablets are sold globally than both desktop PCs and laptops combined. It’s easy to see why — tablets can offer processing power, connectivity, functionality, and performance capabilities comparable to those of a desktop computer, while being a good deal lighter and more portable than even a laptop.

  2. What’s The Impact Of Big Data In The Cold Chain?

    Anywhere you look these days, people talk about big data. Whether you are in the technology industry, the retail industry, the supply chain and logistics industry, or any other industry, there is no doubt that big data plays a part.

  3. Opportunities For Modern Wholesale Distributors To Leverage Technology And Leapfrog The Competition

    Wholesalers have a unique position in the global supply chain, acting as intermediaries in the movement of goods between manufacturers and a variety of downstream customers, including resellers, other manufacturers, retailers, other businesses (B2B), restaurants, and even other distributors.

  4. Five Reasons Why RFID Is Ready For Prime Time

    It’s been more than 10 years since the term “RFID” burst into the public lexicon, and in those early days, the word “hype” was truly an understatement. Every technology company or services provider suddenly realized they were an RFID company, providing an integral piece of the RFID value proposition. “RFID experts” crawled out of the woodwork — presenting at every conference on how RFID would change the world.

  5. Improve Customer Satisfaction And Reduce Shrink

    Most people don’t realize how many choices there are when it comes to designing a label or tag. Even the simplest of features can be cost-effective and can make a big impact in improving the overall retail store environment from back-office to customer experience. This white paper focuses on several features that can reduce shrink and improve customer satisfaction.


  6. At The e-Commerce Register: Customer Satisfaction Without Employee Interaction

    E-commerce resources are generally focused on supporting the online storefront with good reason.  It’s important for the customer to be able to find their product quickly, for the company to be able to recommend associated products, and for the checkout process to be completed quickly once the customer has decided to make a purchase.

  7. Return To Vendor Labels - Take Out The Detective Work!

    Improving the Return to Vendor process saves the retailer associates’ time – so that they can focus on assisting customers – and the vendor operators’ time – so that merchandise can be quickly reallocated.

  8. Fighting Retail Return Fraud

    It’s after Christmas and consumers are lined up at stores to return merchandise – the scratchy sweater from Aunt Helen, the toaster oven that doesn’t fit on the counter.  But not all returns are legitimate and return fraud costs Retailers billions of dollars every year- $8.9 billion dollars according to the 2012 Return Fraud survey conducted by the National Retail Federation (NRF).

  9. The Difference Between Logistics Management And Logistics Control In Life Sciences

    Life science products have a distinct logistical profile; the nuances between a fine chemical and a medical compound or medical devices and computer hardware have significant regulatory differences. When determining the logistics plan for a product it is critical to remember that it is not just a box. By Paddy Hanlon, Senior Director, Business Development, Marken

  10. Shipping Specifications Are NOT Stability Data

    Pharmaceutical shippers are too cautious. That’s the verdict from regulatory experts and pharmaceutical logistics providers.