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The case for supply chain visibility in Africa

July 15, 2016 by  
Filed under Africa, Featured Articles, Technology

Selecting a pizza delivery company in our house is a straight forward business. There is only one criteria; the delivery needs to be made with a red motorbike (my 3 and a ½ year old son is the key decision maker).  How the pizza tastes is a distant second consideration. Waiting for the pizza can be agonising. […]

India’s eCommerce’s small town delivery challenges

February 21, 2016 by  
Filed under News, Technology

With India’s eCommerce business facing slower growth, investors are looking at expanding into upcountry and rural areas. But poor last-mile supply chain and lower volumes make this a difficult prospect. However, companies such as Amazon are developing new strategies such as Amazon’s 4,000 Pickup Points nationwide, to overcome this problem. Some companies such as Craftsvilla is partnering with traditional logistics […]

Supply Chain Information Technology in Emerging Markets

April 4, 2012 by  
Filed under Checklists, Technology

Technology is rarely the start. Evaluate system processes, layout and system improvements prior to making huge investments in technology. Understand the flow, and identify opportunities. Reduce inventory with information. Information in emerging markets is not always electronic. Manual processes can save money. In most emerging markets, labour remains relatively cheap compared to expensive information technology […]

Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) for SMEs in emerging markets

Where information and visibility is lacking, inventory often takes the place,  all at a cost. Emerging market operations are a case and point. Even though Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI), also known as a continuous replenishment process, has been around since the 1980s, popularized by Wal-Mart and Proctor & Gamble, it has yet to take off […]

Interview: Penta Business Solutions

January 19, 2010 by  
Filed under Asia, Interviews, Technology

I recently spoke to Rasmus Buskov, Managing Director at Penta Business Solutions, a seasoned professional in the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) industry in Vietnam. TN:  What is Penta Business Solutions? RB:  We are a team of experienced business consultants focused on providing affordable yet sophisticated open source ERP solutions, namely Openbravo, to businesses in Vietnam. […]

Africa mobile technology – learnings from the not-for-profit sector

Mobile phone networks have proven to be a vital piece of technology for Africa. The technology is playing an important part in bridging the infrastructure divide and assisting entrepreneurs and businesses to improve efficiency. The mobile revolution is still in its infancy and organizations are slowly adopting new tools and technology to conduct business.  The […]

Supply chain learnings from Xbox Live

March 2, 2009 by  
Filed under Retail, Technology

Dan Gilmore has an interesting post about the Xbox Live and the future of supply chain. There are some interesting supply chain learnings for companies. What is the Xbox live? It is an online game with a vast online community. You need a Xbox console connected to the internet. How much visibility is there in […]

The State of ERP in Vietnam

February 5, 2009 by  
Filed under Featured Articles, Technology

Vietnamese companies are increasingly looking for ways to make their operations more efficient and effective. Research has found that a successful Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system has the ability to reduce inventory by as much as 45 percent.  Until recently, ERP was out of reach for many Vietnamese companies as the investment was just too […]

Warehouse technology trends

December 17, 2008 by  
Filed under Checklists, Inventory, Technology

Information hub – technology is improving visibility in the supply chain and allowing greater opportunity for collaboration   Speed – warehouses need to handle vast amounts of data Accuracy – companies are demanding increased accuracy Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) – WMS provides companies with increased functionality and visibility in the supply chain Internet age – small […]

The advantages of Transportation Management Systems

Increased visibility. Today’s supply chain managers need to make quicker decisions based on real-time data. With increased visibility, companies become more agile and more responsive to changes. Centralization of control. Centralization allows companies to make better use of shipment consolidation and pooling opportunities. Companies can now share shipping schedules across departments and business units. This […]

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