This year has come with a lot of challenges and changes to our everyday lives and along with that changes within the supply chain as well to keep up with shifting demands and trends. Some of the trends will probably stick around for a while, while others will probably adapt and change as time goes on. We have compiled a list of our top blogs of 2020. Here’s to a happy holiday season however you are celebrating it and a new year to come to start fresh.
There’s been a lot of changes that have come about from the COVID-19 pandemic, the WMS software buyer behavior and the software buying process are just a few of these changes. Cadre has witnessed the necessary changes in the process and realize it may be a long time before the return to normal!
Nobody will deny that COVID-19 is having drastic effects across all verticals. And while entire industries are feeling the hit, it might just be supply chains that have been most impacted.
Marketing strategies have shifted as events continue to be cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19. What should you do with the money that was budgeted for those events? How should you stay in contact with your customers and prospects?
As we all work together to put the brakes on the spread of the novel coronavirus, it’s more critical than ever to enforce physical distancing. While warehouse and transportation workers are essential to the economy, too much activity at the loading dock at once puts everyone at risk.
The International Warehouse Logistics Association, IWLA, has been working with the Department of Homeland Security, FDA, state officials and many cities to achieve “essential” designation for warehousing and transportation work at national and local levels. Supply chain activities are vital to ensure that essential goods flow in times of national emergency.