Supply Chain Management Blog
You can go most anywhere in the world and ask someone if they know what Motorola is, and more often than not the person will be familiar with the brand – and at least some of its products. This is because Motorola has had such a long and successful history, stretching back almost nine decades, as an innovator and technology leader in the mobile communications industry.
For the 4th consecutive year, ModusLink is proud to be participating in the Card Not Present Expo, taking place May 18-21 in Orlando, FL.
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.
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.
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.
Two weeks have passed since we heard that ModusLink has been nominated for two 2015 CNP Awards. The fourth annual CNP Awards honors companies, programs and solutions that have distinguished themselves in the card-not-present space during the past year.
Anyone who attends this week’s edition of the annual CES show will see some of the most innovative consumer devices on display, everything from smartphones and smartwatches to televisions and refrigerators. With the Internet of Things (IoT) trend re-invigorating companies’ efforts to connect everything to the Internet, you can be sure to see connected devices and products on display that no one has ever thought of before.
You started in a garage, hand manufacturing, testing and shipping each and every product. From there, your Kickstarter campaign gave you the capital and the courage to go ahead and outsource your production. While you have outsourced production, you’re still handling the logistics of receiving, warehousing, order fulfillment and shipping on your own – and it has begun to be a time-consuming bottleneck that takes up more and more of your resources and time.
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