Forwarders and 3PLs need to prepare for the rise of the 'Cyber 4PL'
As global manufacturing, and the supply chains that support it, continue to be transformed by ...
Traditional thinking goes that allowing employees access to social media is the surest way to see productivity drop. But plugging supply chains into social media tools could also open them up to whole new fields of valuable information. As an industry, we are still in the early stages of discovering the full implications of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, but here’s a useful checklist for some of the advantages supply chain directors could hope to achieve.
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