So, you’re looking to expand your business. You got your start in the U.S. but now you’d like to grow your global footprint, and where better than Europe.
Today we are proud to announce that Tassimo, makers of a hot beverage system that uses smart technology to allow customers to make hot beverages one cup at a time, has selected ModusLink to execute international fulfillment, financial order management and e-Commerce operations throughout Europe.
This week, we’re walking the floor at the supply chain event of the year – The Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference. This year’s conference focuses on the new meaning of supply chain excellence in the digital age.
On May 8-9, ModusLink attended ThingsCon in Berlin, Germany and once again left excited for what the future has in-store. For those of you who have never been, this yearly event brings together the best and brightest in hardware, Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices for two days of thought leadership, product debuts and demonstrations.
I am pleased to share today that ModusLink has strengthened its end-to-end, full service e-Commerce solutions through significant investment in new e-fulfillment operations, technology and processes.
More and more, senior executives have an increased understanding of the value of contact centers: they help companies to retain customers, revenues and support. Despite the fact that the responsibilities contact centers are charged with are no longer seen as peripheral to their core functions, they are almost always under cost scrutiny.
Community outreach is an important pillar of ModusLink and with our headquarters here in Boston, we want to help ensure we support our neighbors. Today, the Greater Boston Food Bank is hosting its signature fundraising event and ModusLink is excited to be a supporting sponsor.
As we head into spring here in North America, there is an important question you need to ask yourself – if you haven’t already done so: Is your supply chain prepared to withstand a potential disaster?