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Technology Trends for 2021

2020 was a year rife with disruption because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Technology has proved invaluable as businesses pivot to new operating models, and strive to stay competitive, respond to customer’s expectations, and keep secure. Here are our top 2021 technology trends that will create new opportunities for businesses.
February 09, 2021
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The (fragile) state of freight invoice processes and audits

The supply chain is essential to business; it must continue to function despite uncertainty, disruption, and tight budgets. Unfortunately, the freight market - worth roughly $800 billion annually to the U.S. economy - is still reliant on legacy systems and methods of operation. In fact, an overwhelming 80 percent of carrier invoices contain some kind of discrepancy, according to American Shipper. And 15 to 20 percent of the freight invoice inaccuracies were overcharges by the carrier.
January 11, 2021
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The AI Revolution. Coming to Transform Your Business Network

Supply chain plays a critical role in delivering on your company's brand promise. But optimizing for success can be daunting - especially in the face of changing customer expectations, competitive landscapes, extreme weather, and geopolitical disruptions. To help, we've identified the top five technology trends that will shape the supply chain of the future - from AI to blockchain to intelligent order management.
August 20, 2019
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The Building Blocks of Blockchain

With blockchain fatigue setting in, it's difficult for supply chain professionals to determine an effective path forward for implementation. GS1 US collaborates with brands, retailers, and technology providers to better understand blockchain in these early stages of development, and have offered tips for those committed to doing their due diligence.
August 15, 2019
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The Consumer Internet of Things

In recent years digital transformation has gained serious momentum. Computing moved beyond the desktop and into our pockets, and this evolution continues at breakneck speed into the next era of Internet usage.
February 20, 2018
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The Event Data Sharing Standard: EPCIS

A recent study by the Auburn University RFID Lab explored the use of blockchain and RFID technology to share serialized data, which can help alleviate efficiency challenges in the retail supply chain. The GS1 data-sharing standard, EPCIS (Electronic Product Code Information Services), was found to be the key enabler of flexible, event-based data sharing between participating brands and retailers.
June 04, 2020
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The Future of Distribution to Support E-Commerce

The change in retail business models is beginning to force changes in supporting distribution models. Consumers are now expecting very short delivery times in terms of a few days to a few hours.
January 15, 2020
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The Link Between Data Governance and Digital Transformation

Learn more about the benefits of instituting a strong data governance program and how it lead to long term customer loyalty. Case in point: Georgia-Pacific recently overhauled its program using global data standards to more effectively prepare to meet the company’s digital transformation goals.
February 14, 2020
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Threat Intelligence in Supply Chain

The primary threat to any enterprise comes from outside the digital walls of the organization. As threats grow with the proliferation of data-driven technologies, protecting against routine and targeted threats without disrupting operations and growth is a financial imperative.
March 15, 2018
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Transforming Business Ecosystems with Blockchain

Supply chains today are increasingly complex and subject to unforeseen disruptions and growing costs. Visibility is limited as goods move from the supplier's supplier to the customer's customer , and transactions are often still paper based. Supply chains today are increasingly complex and subject to unforeseen disruptions and growing costs. Visibility is limited as goods move from the supplier's supplier to the customer's customer , and transactions are often still paper based. In this Hot Topic written by Paul Chang, IBM Global Blockchain Industry Leader, learn how blockchains are best suited for collaboration, data sharing and visibility across the entire supply chain ecosystem.
September 15, 2020
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