Supply chain stories
M-Files top technology predictions for 2023 and beyond
Inflationary pressures, a looming recession, supply chain disruptions, geopolitical tensions, and skilled talent shortages require organisations to quickly adapt to new business demands in a more diverse, distributed, and virtual workplace than ever before.
Could improved intercompany financial management make your supply chain more resilient?
Here in Australia and around the world, the pandemic was a huge wake-up call for businesses and organisations of all stripes and sizes.
Oracle introduces logistics capabilities into Fusion Cloud SCM
To help organisations increase the efficiency of global supply chains, Oracle is introducing new logistics capabilities within Oracle Fusion Cloud SCM.
The top video surveillance trend predictions for 2023
i-PRO anticipates wide adoption of AI-based analytics, the evolution of open platform, cybersecurity and zero trust, expanded privacy protection, and continued supply chain challenges.
Cloud infrastructure spend continues to outgrow non-cloud - IDC
IDC expects to see continuous strong demand for shared cloud infrastructure with spending expected to surpass non-cloud infrastructure spending in 2023.
Supply chain attacks remain large threat to enterprise
Supply chain attacks will continue to be one of the biggest threats to enterprises using open-source software, according to new key trends from LogRhythm.
Consumers want better digital experiences - Cisco AppDynamics
Cisco AppDynamics says the pressure is on for brands to offer consumers amazing online bargains and incredible digital and application experiences.
How ePOD systems are automating delivery processes and enhancing CX
The supply chain and transport & logistics (T&L) sectors are under greater pressure to meet customer demands than ever before.
Tech adoption helping fleets navigate operational obstacles
“In today’s hyper-connected and complex world, fleet technology is being leveraged as a stabilising force amid the many intensifying business challenges."
Retailers remain confident in face of economic uncertainty
Retailers prepared to retrain sellers for a new reality of rising inflation, supply chain bottlenecks and regulatory uncertainty.
How ePOD systems automate delivery processes and enhance customer experience
In such a competitive and pressured operating environment, T&L organisations need to automate processes to ensure they are meeting current customer demands.
Energy supply challenges to cause industry rethink - Nutanix
Nutanix has released a forecast for the 2023 IT landscape, predicting organisations will rethink their infrastructure models in response to global energy supply issues.
Optus, Medibank – and supply chains flying under the radar
In the wake of the attack on private health assurance firm Medibank, Australia’s cybersecurity minister Clare O’Neil warned of a new world “under relentless cyber-attack”.
Smart warehouses need availability, simplicity and reliability
Shortages in anything from foodstuff to semiconductors that are needed to make game consoles to cars have become all too common during the uncertain pandemic period.
China and Taiwan: Overcoming Supply Chain Disruption through Diversification, AI and ERP
With the growing tension and increasing potential of conflict between global supply chain capitals, China and Taiwan, it’s now evident businesses, and indeed economies, must safeguard their logistics against disruption to ensure stability and growth.
How legacy tech can mitigate supply chain issues and foster sustainable IT
Global supply chains, which have run smoothly for decades, have suddenly faced several connected systemic issues: a global shortage of semiconductor chips; an energy-supply crisis; transport disruption; and labour shortages.
Coles digitalises supply chain partnering with Loscam
Loscam’s track and trace solution powered by Thinxtra’s 0G Network optimises the resilience of Coles’ poultry supply chain while reducing equipment losses.
Salient supply chain advice in wake of Svitzer lockdown news
Supply chains are complex, and disruption involves chain reactions that affect a business, its customers, suppliers, and overall supply chain partners.
Leader Computers integrates Dematic led AutoStore solution
Leader Computers is enhancing its warehousing systems by integrating Dematic led AutoStore technology within its Sydney warehouse.
Microsoft’s new offering to transform Metcash’s supply chain
Metcash is undertaking a strategic supply chain transformation initiative with the tech giant’s recently announced Microsoft Supply Chain Platform.
SoftIron opens new Advanced Manufacturing Facility in Sydney
It will act as Australia’s first advanced manufacturing hub, producing ICT componentry for SoftIron’s HyperCloud Intelligent Cloud Fabric.
Zespri goes live with private edition of SAP cloud offering
Zespri has gone live with SAP S/4HANA Cloud, private edition, to support the kiwifruit supplier’s ability to provide the highest quality produce.
TBM Council announces 2022 award winners
The Technology Business Management Council (TBM) has announced the winners of the 10th annual TBM Council Awards.
Aqua Security only vendor that can meet US EO requirements
Aqua Security is the only enterprise-grade vendor providing software supply chain security attestation to meet the requirements of US Executive Order (EO) 14028.