Barcelona, September 17, 2019.- The debate on what will be the SCM 4.0 has been treated in the last three years with more studies, congresses, success stories, trends, etc. Surely each company has designed how to digitize its supply chain. For this reason, we highlight the reflections of a great expert and the possible SCM 4.0, seen by a great consultancy. Both materials are interesting to read and understand before we all start talking about SCM 5.0.Continue reading “Assimilate the SCM 4.0, before the new SCM 5.0 floods us”
Barcelona, January 16, 2017.- At the beginning of a new financial year, uncertainties with predictive studies, sectoral analysis, and advanced planning of the present and future are usually overcome. The transport of goods is very sensitive to all external and internal conditions that affect the supply chain.
The TMS providers of transport also have a vision of the economic exercise. On this occasion, we have consulted the predictions of transport TMS companies to draw a more global and inclusive vision of 2018. We would like to know your opinion on the following projections. Do you agree with the implementations in the cloud, the arrival of big data, or other analysis that is explained below?:
Brussels, March 9, 2017.- The new oil is the data. This phrase is becoming more and more real. Transport and logistics companies are, every day, more aware of controlling and managing all the information around each order. For this reason, we bring here the latest regulation of the European Union on data economy and three very interested videos with business forums that analyze the competitive advantages of the new black gold: data in a hyperconnected Internet society.
The European Commission adopted a Communication on building a European data economy on 10 January 2017, based on the conclusions of the Communication on data-driven economy (2014).
Madrid, 04, March, 2015.- The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to regulate broadband Internet service as a public utility, a milestone in regulating high-speed Internet service into American homes. The new rules, approved 3 to 2 along party lines, are intended to ensure that no content is blocked and that the Internet is not divided into pay-to-play fast lanes for Internet and media companies that can afford it and slow lanes for everyone else. Those prohibitions are hallmarks of the net neutrality concept. We publish the reactions of three different newspapers, the United States and Europe: The Guardian, The New York Times and The Washington Post.