This March, SupplyChainBrain Editor-in-Chief Bob Bowman hosted Vice President of Business Development David Hogg for a chat at MODEX 2020 to discuss four big issues currently facing the parcel shipping industry.
Bob and David covered topics including:
- Coronavirus: Ways the COVID-19 outbreak has impacted businesses’ supply chains and the importance of building a flexible strategy to adjust operations as the pandemic evolves.
- Omnichannel fulfillment: Tips for implementing a unified approach to omnichannel shipping by mining data and analytics to optimize efforts and improve customer service.
- E-commerce returns: Paths for retailers to effectively address e-commerce returns and having an efficient way to reprocess goods.
- Brexit: Understanding the impacts and requirements of Brexit on cross-border shipping to effectively reevaluate and prepare shipping systems so they’re capable of supporting the oncoming changes.
At MODEX 2020, Logistyx joined a host of supply chain, manufacturing, and distribution professionals in Atlanta for four days of educational seminars and networking to experience the newest logistics tech in action. Attendees represented more than 140 countries and a wide variety of companies all seeking cutting-edge supply chain knowledge and solutions.
SupplyChainBrain covers all fundamental supply chain principles, identifies emerging trends, strategies and best practices, forward-thinking ideas, cutting-edge solutions and the latest innovations – reporting on these essential issues as they evolve and mature.Watch the full SupplyChainBrain video featuring David to learn more about the key trends currently confronting the parcel shipping industry.
This March, Vice President of Business Development David Hogg spoke with IndustrialSage at MODEX 2020 to share how Logistyx’s cloud transportation management technology and business intelligence insights can help organizations around the world boost parcel shipping efficiencies.
At MODEX 2020, Logistyx joined a host of supply chain, manufacturing, and distribution professionals in Atlanta for four days of educational seminars and networking to experience the newest logistics tech in action. Attendees represented more than 140 countries and a wide variety of companies seeking cutting-edge supply chain knowledge and solutions.
IndustrialSage is a global organization providing original online reporting and video programming, offering B2B decision-makers firsthand business information from industrial and manufacturing leaders.
Watch the full IndustrialSage video featuring David to learn more about Logistyx, the global leader in parcel shipping technology.
The growing complexities of the global economy, the ongoing rise in e-commerce, and increasing customer expectations continue to create challenges for companies managing supply chain operations. To help confront these challenges and keep pace with customers’ needs, companies increasingly understand the importance of digitally transforming their supply chain to increase flexibility, improve visibility, and reduce costs.
Digital transformation of supply chains requires a wide range of tools for automation and artificial intelligence (AI) to effectively react and adapt to increasing demand and customer expectations. As cloud computing and other advancements in automation make new tools and technologies more accessible, even the smallest organizations can opt into a digital transformation, which leaves larger organizations no choice if they want to stay competitive.
In a recent article for EPSNews, Logistyx Technologies Vice President of Business Development David Hogg shares steps companies can take to successfully embark on their own digital transformation journey. David provides insights on ways embracing the cloud can offer a clearer view into the supply chain and give organizations improved access to data to drive better business decisions, while outlining considerations for data privacy and security, and enhanced visibility into last-mile delivery.
Read David’s full article on EPSNews: “Supply Chain Embraces the Cloud to Drive Digital Transformation.”
Smooth and efficient supply chain solutions are key to increasing profitability and enhancing customer experience; more companies are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to help achieve this. Globalized ecommerce and higher expectations for speedy shipping means greater opportunity for unpredictability in the supply chain. To gain a competitive edge, it’s essential to adopt AI capabilities as part of supply chain strategies to keep pace and quickly respond to unanticipated changes.
Logistyx Vice President of Business Development David Hogg was recently quoted in a Disruptor Daily article exploring the trends driving AI’s role in the supply chain industry. Hogg explains how AI-enabled features in supply chain technology provide visibility to shippers and increase timeliness, a major source of business for companies competing against e-commerce giants like Amazon.
Read David’s insights on this trend on Disruptor Daily: “What Trends Are Shaping AI In Supply Chain Management Today? 16 Experts Share Their Insights”