Stacey Reitz

How AI and IoT Enhance Warehouse Worker Safety

IoT sensors and artificial intelligence can work together to decrease the 30,000 deaths that occur annually due to warehouse falls. This statistic derives from unsafe working conditions in the warehouse.

This content was originally published on Hopstack, the cloud-based IoT worker and asset intelligence platform for logistics heavy operational sites.

How Uber Will Change the Freight Shipping Game

People in shipping and logistics rely on transparency and dependability to deliver goods all...

4 Key Benefits of Using an AES Integrated Platform

 

Automated Export Systems (AES) solve several issues with export compliance—instant feedback...

4 Ways Amazon Revolutionized Shipping for Consumers and Businesses

 

Shipping has been a source of both customer satisfaction and strife since well before...

Your Guide to SAPinsider Intelligent CX-Driven Supply Chain 2019

In this guide, learn how to navigate the latest SAP supply chain conference in Orlando, Florida....

How User Experience (UX) Can Change Your Digital Transformation Game

Did you know that the powers of standardization is the focus of UX, especially in SAP? It has a...

How to Build a Successful Digital Supply Chain Transformation Team

 

Digital transformation at the supply chain level is a complex undertaking that is best...

What’s New in SAP? All About Freight Order Management

 

SAP is always adding new features and improving upon pre-existing ones to make your life...

Your Guide to Surviving SAP TechEd 2019 in Las Vegas

 

SAP TechEd is a sprawling conference with over 600 potential learning sessions. Plan your...

Are You Prepared For Peak Shipping Season?

 

Peak shipping season spikes highest during the winter holidays and around Black Friday/Cyber...