In a recent article written for SupplyChainDigest by IBS Global Director of Product Management Bill Tomasi, he describes how technology can provide a huge advantage to 3PLs seeking credibility and elevated partnerships with their customers.
The first deadline for House bill H.R. 3204, the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA) is just a few weeks away – January 1, 2015. This means track-and-trace requirements for pharmaceuticals have become more precise than ever, and now is the time to outline your foolproof track and trace strategy. There’s a lot of work to be done, and not much time to do it.
Working together to close the supply chain workforce performance gap, IBS earlier this year announced a partnership with TZA, a recognized leader in workforce management solutions, to deliver better workforce planning and improved productivity in warehouse and distribution center environments.
Manufacturing Business Technology recently covered IBS Director of Pre-Sales Consulting Joe Swaim's insights on what small- to mid-sized distributors in the automotive aftermarket space can do to achieve the benefits once reserved for larger competitors by employing the right tools to help them get the job done.
IBS Business Suite 2015, released on October 31, 2014, helps companies manage inventory levels and cost throughout their distribution channels, minimizing operating cash requirements and enhancing customer service for improved revenues.
In this recent article featured in Material Handling Network magazine, IBS Global Director of Product Development, Bill Tomasi, discusses how to maintain brand loyalty through effective supply chain management.
Second Generation Platform Improves Productivity Through a More Connected Enterprise, Leading to Greater Visibility for Better Business Decisions
The right technology can be a huge business advantage for mid-market automotive aftermarket companies. In this recent Q&A Session with Aftermarket Business World, IBS Director of Pre-Sales Consulting Joe Swaim discusses some of the challenges faced by small- to mid-sized distributors in the automotive aftermarket space, and how they can overcome those issues with integrated, automated supply chain technology solutions.
In this recent Industry Announcement, DC Velocity highlights 5 IBS Customers who have migrated to IBS Analytics Powered by QlikView. The QlikView Business Discovery platform from Qlik, which is recognized by Gartner in its 2014 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms, has been integrated into the IBS Business Suite allowing IBS customers to explore complex data, detect patterns, share and compare information and make proactive business decisions.
More than ever, supply chain leaders play a crucial role in supporting and protecting the brands they deliver to customers. Delivering quality and consistency, besides the products themselves, affect brand reputation.
New Insights, Rapid Time-to-Value Complement Supply Chain Qualities of IBS Distribution Software
What does the World Cup and Logistics have in common? More than you may think…
Facing a product recall can be a daunting task for a distributor.
In today’s buy-on-demand world, there’s no room for mistakes when a consumer is just a few taps away from finding a product elsewhere on their smartphone.
IBS’s Bill Tomasi, Global Director of Product Development, was recently interviewed by Jean Murphy, Editor Emeritus for SupplyChainBrain, at the Eyefortransport 3PL Summit & CSCO Forum.
In this article recently featured in Material Handling & Logistics, Bill Tomasi, Global Director of Product Management at IBS, and Dan Vertachnik, Executive VP and COO at IBS’ partner MercuryGate were interviewed on the state of transportation and warehousing.
IBS is pleased to announce on behalf of our solution partner rfXcel, a leading cloud provider of product serialization, traceability and compliance solutions, has entered into a partnership agreement with Verizon to extend its Healthcare focus to the Pharmaceutical and Life sciences industries.
IBS was recently named on the 12th annual listing of the Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100, highlighting 100 Great Supply Chain Projects for 2014.
Find out how IBS’s warehouse management solution, IBS Dynaman, helped enable Ardo to reduce 90 percent of distribution errors caused by using manual spreadsheets.
IBS Customers Gain Valuable Resource, Faster Time-to-Market for IBS Publishing Industry ERP System
IBS Customers Gain Access to Deep Experience of Mesa Consultants, Realize Full Benefits of IBS ERP Platform
This article, co-authored by IBS’ Michael O’Brien, and Jack Tarkoff, Vice President of Sales for rfXcel, was recently featured in Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine.
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IBS Global Director of Product Management Bill Tomasi recently provided his insight on what it takes to be successful at distribution in the food and beverage industry in a guest blog post for Logistics Viewpoints.
Maj. Justin Constantine, USMCR, J.D. was welcomed to share his story of courage, injury, resilience and triumph.
Watch the inspirational video clip where Justin discusses overcoming adversity, practicing teamwork and leadership and harnessing the power within yourself.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine has announced its 12th annual listing of the Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100, highlighting 100 Great Supply Chain Projects for 2014.
Automotive aftermarket distributor optimizes supply chain with improved warehouse, inventory and customer management.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive presents its annual listing of top supply chain industry professionals
A new federal law sets the US industry's agenda for years to come; efforts globally are moving ahead
Going to a cloud-based model for logistics execution doesn’t relieve you of responsibility. Your homework will ensure the project flies.
Annual Honor Acknowledges Leaders Spearheading Supply Chain Transformation
IBS Customers Realize New Ways to Improve Supply Chain Performance
IBS Customers Gain New Ways to Tap Best Carriers, Rates and Routes to Improve Business Visibility, Productivity and Reduce Freight Costs
(Originally posted at 3/13/2014 @ 1:54PM on Forbes)
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Improved Workforce Performance Helps IBS Customers Drive Productivity and Quality Improvements
Mid-market Distribution Companies Reduce Financial Commitment and Gain an Easy Way to Deploy Best-of-Breed Supply Chain Solutions
In this issue of Parcel Magazine, Dawn Jones and Dan Girmm discuss how RFP’s are like a first date.
BY SUPPLY & DEMAND CHAIN EXECUTIVE STAFF
SOURCE: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS
CREATED: JANUARY 29, 2014
Warehouse management system allows third-party logistics provider to improve supply chain efficiencies and expand service offerings
BY RAMNA VISWANATHAN
CREATED: JANUARY 2, 2014
A sales and operations planning collaborative platform must offer one version of truth, so everyone can draw the same conclusions
By: Doug Braun, CEO, IBS
January 20, 2014
"The more things change, the more they stay the same." The proverb from the 19th Century French journalist Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr suggests that change does notaffect reality on a deeper level but only cements the status quo. In our era, however,change is not only happening, the evolution of change continues to be fast.
Here are some areas that businesses need to give serious consideration to in 2014:
Flexible, affordable WMS allows South African third party logistics provider to improve supply chain efficiencies while expanding its service offerings
Cloud-based Pharmaceutical Distribution Software Mitigates Need for On-Premise Systems, Cutting Costs while Reducing Risks